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  • Yamaha goes electric, Suzuki rice up their GSX-R150

    Remember we talked about Yamaha working on an electric motor a few weeks ago? Well, they have transitioned to making a full-on motorcycle.

  • Scoot over for old-school cool: Vespa owners meet 2020

    Way too cool Vespas at a meet held on 6th October, Friday on Chef's Table Courtside

  • So cool,yet so far: CC-compliant bikes we should but don't have in Bangladesh

    The motorcyclists in Bangladesh are pretty starved for choice thanks to our 165cc limit. What makes this already bad situation worse is that there are plenty of cool bikes that do fall under the said limit but for one reason or another, not offered by their respective dealers. Here are a few bikes an avid motorhead should consider getting through the grey market, as long as they are willing to pay the premium and do not hope for a robust warranty.

  • Hero Motorcycle Manufacturing Plant

    Hero to ramp up production in Jashore plant

    Hero MotoCorp plans to increase the production capacity of its factory in Bangladesh seeing the huge growth potential of the country’s automotive industry, said its chairman Pawan Munjal.

  • Kawasaki Z125PRO

    Kawasaki Z125PRO

    A motorcycle gets hit by a laser beam from Wayne Szalinski’s electromagnetic device and shrinks. But unlike his kids, it does not shrink to a quarter of an inch, which would have made a great collectible in its own right. Instead, it becomes the Kawasaki Z125, which is less science fiction

  • Honda launches Dream Neo and Livo in Bangladesh

    Bangladesh Honda Private Limited (BHL), launched two the Honda Livo and Dream Neo at Dhaka's Bangabandhu International Convention

  • Kawasaki KLX150

    In the late 90s, dirt bikes could cause instant palpitations of desire in pretty-much every kid about to finish school or just get into college. In the late 90s, dirt bikes could cause instant palpitations of desire in pretty-much every kid about to finish school or just get into college. Does the new Kawasaki KLX150?

  • Two wheeled wonders: The best looking classic bikes ever

    It doesn't matter if you're a fan of two-wheelers or not—the thumping warble of a classic café racer and the sleek style of older motorbikes is appealing to almost anyone, even the staunchest anti-motorcycle crowd. Something about these following bikes manage to stir something deep inside everyone, and we suspect the way they look has a lot to do with it. So here's our list of the best looking motorbikes from yesteryears.

  • Treat yourself on the New Year: the Biker Gear

    Bikes are ridiculously easy to steal. Something about the lack of doors and windows. To keep your precious two-wheeler safe, get the

  • Runner Knight Rider

    When it comes to choosing a motorbike, there are no dearth of options in the 150cc segment. Easily one of the most competitive

  • Suzuki Intruder 155

    Polarising. That would be the only way to describe this new cruiser from Suzuki. It looks unlike anything else on the market but people

  • Hottest helmet tech

    We cannot stress how important it is to wear a helmet. Brains outside the head are a nasty thing to experience. Here's the most high tech helmets that are available right now.

  • Yamaha FZS version 2.0 FI

    I am more tempted to take a look at the reflection of the slick new FZ-S 2.0 on the car stuck beside in traffic than I would like to

  • Honda rediscovers its sense of adventure with the new Africa Twin

    The waiting is over and it's time to hit the kill switch on the rumor mill. After a 12-year absence, the Honda is returning to the roads as well as heading off the beaten track with a new adventure bike.

  • The Chinese stalwart

    We test an entry level Chinese bike to see if its up to the mark for the local market.

  • Bienville Legacy racing to the Goodwood Festival of Speed

    Already considered one of the finest modern examples of motorcycle design, the Legacy boasts features never before seen on a production two wheeler, such as carbon-composite blades that allow rake and rail adjustment.

  • Moto Guzzi gets into character

    Moto Guzzi's latest brace of premium road bikes, the rebellious Audance and the refined Eldorado, are a perfect example of how just changing one ingredient of a classic recipe can make a huge impact.