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Here we are again, in the aftermath of Auto Expo searching for any survivors. All those motorcycles which managed to maintained headlines throughout the Auto Expo deserve a special mention. Among these motorcycles is Honda X-Blade, which made news because of its radical style and design. The X Blade is placed in Honda’s lineup near the same price point as Honda CB hornet, so let’s compare both of them and see which one is slightly better than the other ;)
There are a lot of people who are waiting for 1 April 2018. Among them are Auto manufacturers and customers. We cannot clear the confusion of Auto manufacturers but can certainly help all you guys, who are looking to buy a new bike.
It all began on a lovely day when a gentleman from India informed Donald Trump about the reduction in taxes on CBU’s has been reduced down to 50%. Trump, after receiving the call told the media that Thousands and Thousands of Indian bikes are sold in the US and they don’t even charge an extra dime for them.
Auto Expo 2018 came with its set of new launches and among them, the most prominent one was the launch of the highly anticipated Yamaha R15 V3. This bike was already being sold in the international market but on 7th February 2018, it made its way to India. It’s a classic tale with a twist because the Indian spec R15 lacks USD and an ABS. This led to the young biker community in our country feeling a bit down. So let’s dissect this bike and take a look at all the worrying factors ourselves.
We all know that DOT helmets are not considered in some parts of our country and they insist that we wear only ISI helmets, but yeah there are a lot of people who are very concerned about safety and also riders who go above 100kmph, for whom an ISI helmet is not a choice in terms of safety and comfort. So at that instance we prefer the DOT or ECE or SNELL certified helmet lids. One such company that produces DOT helmet is Axor.
Looking to buy a Riding Jacket under 10,000 rupees? There are a wide range of options now a days, one such jacket is the 'I Ride I Live' by Biking Brotherhood Gears a Chennai based company, known to manufacture various safety riding gears like Jackets, Gloves, Boots, Riding Pants and Race Suits. We bring you a detailed review of the same jacket after using it for a few days to test it out completely and state the outcome.
When life was first breathed into 2 wheelers, they were just a cycle with an engine attached to it. As the engines became more powerful, there arose a need to go fast but still not kill ourselves in the process. So the simple frame which earlier accommodated just an engine had to transform drastically over the years in order to incorporate all the modern equipment’s we see on motorcycles today.
This time we are taking the semi gauntlet riding gloves from Biking Brotherhood Gears for review. After using it for a couple of days to state the following observations. It took a fair bit of time and riding for the leather gloves to break in to get its original feel and comfort. Since then, the observations were made and are stated below.
The crankshaft is a mechanical part of an Internal Combustion (IC) engine which converts the reciprocating motion of a Piston into a rotational motion. In simple terms, a Crankshaft is a part that converts the energy from moving Pistons to drive the Flywheel. The Piston is attached to the Crankshaft via Connecting rods, which are in turn connected by using Crank Pins. A Flywheel is connected parallel to the Crankshaft in order to reduce the vibrations exerted by motion of the Pistons. The Flywheel also stabilizes the rotation in a multi cylinder four stroke engine.
I'm Tharun currently working as a web designer and I'm a hardcore motorcyclist assuming the fact that not as hardcore as real bikers but at least to an extent. I watch a lot of motorcycle related stuff on the internet follow a lot Motovloggers and reviewers. I love anything that is fast enough to classify it perilous.