Have you ever wanted to build a bike all by yourself? Well, this guy made his Pulsar NS 200 from the ground up. It is always a satisfying experience to watch a bike slowly take shape out of a bunch of parts. The owner of the Youtube Channel “Jeet Bhaskar” is an incredible mechanic who builds his own Pulsar NS 200. Watch the video to see his talent.
The bike launched by Bajaj in 2012 was way ahead of its time. So much so that the company decided to stop its production and relaunch it in 2017. I am talking about the Pulsar 200 NS. It is the most successful concept to have ever come out of Bajaj’s R&D. The bike sits on a perimeter platform which has extensively been used in Pulsar RS 200, AS 200, NS 160, AS 150 (NS = Naked sport, AS = Adventure sport, RS = Race sport) and Dominar 400. Despite branching off to so many genres, the NS 200 still remains the most preferred bike in the sports series of Bajaj motorcycles and rightly so, Let me explain why.
It’s the battle of the Naked motorcycles. Pulsar 200 NS has been in our market, almost unchanged since 2012. It is only challenged by its foreign sibling the KTM Duke 200. On the side of the Japanese, the FZ-25 represents the collective stride of Yamaha’s R&D which has given us a specially designed bike for India. So without wasting any time, let’s compare these two and settle the score.
The generation born in the 90’s knows Bajaj Pulsar as a household name. It is a motorcycle, whose story we don’t have to listen from our elders because we have grown up with it, literally. When we were teenagers we were presented with a simple design Pulsar, capable of everyday motorcycling needs and a little fun on empty roads. Now, when all of us have grown up, we have Pulsars which can scream their way up to 150 km/h. that’s the kind of relationship our generation has with the Pulsar. So let's take some time out in reliving its history.
I have had my BUMBLEBEE for the past 3 Years and 3 Months to this date. I have been really mesmerized how this Pulsar 200 NS really is! In these past three years I have had a lot of experiences with my bike. Good, Bad, Worst you name it. I'll elaborate about all the three now.
Hi Riders, I am Sanchit(Sanchez)Bhatnagar, 27 years old from capital city New Delhi. I am a professional football player and working with CBRE South Asia Pvt.Ltd. as Sr.Facilities Executive. I am a biker by heart and a huge fan of Legendary Valentino Rossi a.k.a VR/46 and I am riding bike since I was 14yr old. I am a part of one of the best biking group in capital city named as Brawn Riders Delhi (B.R.D) since last Two years.
Amidst the ongoing shortage of Pulsar 200NS at the Bajaj dealerships across the country, there has been speculations of Bajaj being discontinued the brand Pulsar 200NS altogether to promote the latest adventure series Pulsar AS200 and Race Sport Pulsar RS200.
Hi all, I am Sunny from Bangalore. I own a Pulsar 200NS. My previous bike was XCD 135 the magic machine that I called coz I use to get 75-80 mileage throughout 4 years. One day I had a crash and the silencer got a hit. The parts were totally unavailable. With some welding I continued using the bike.
We all know engine oil hold a great importance for our bike’s functioning. The entire ECG (Engine Clutch & Gear) of the bike is dependent on this very liquid. Hence a good engine oil is really important for proper, smooth and efficient functioning of your bike.
Go out in the market right now and you might start to have a headache on seeing the number of oils out there in the market all vying for the spot in your vehicle. Each and every one claims to be the best for your vehicle, but is that the truth? If you do not believe much in the advertising tactics and don’t fall for it, we are sure to help you select out the perfect engine oil for your bellowed bikes. It is all about keeping the basics right and checking out the tech specs and not all the advertising jargon.