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Yamaha Gladiator: Gone but not forgotten

Yamaha Gladiator: Gone but not forgotten

Sirish Chandran

Like all Yamahas, it handled great, looked far better than what came before, and moved well. Except, back then, nobody wanted a 125

Yamaha RX 135: Gone but not forgotten

Yamaha RX 135: Gone but not forgotten

Sirish Chandran

Vibey, noisy and stinky... Sirish rides the iconic two-stroker for the first time after his college days!

Bajaj Sunny Spice: Gone but not forgotten

Bajaj Sunny Spice: Gone but not forgotten

Sirish Chandran

Thank god we don’t live in the good old days says Sirish after being reunited with the subject of his very first road test!

Hero Ultra Velociti: Gone but not forgotten

Hero Ultra Velociti: Gone but not forgotten

Sirish Chandran

Electric scooters aren’t a new thing, and here’s one of the few surviving examples from the first wave, over a decade ago 

The Classic CZ 125B - The first of the breed

The Classic CZ 125B - The first of the breed

Adil Jal Darukhanawala

The editor found the 1948 CZ to be the perfect commuting tool for the hustle and bustle of the modern day Pune city!

Hero Honda CD 100: Gone, but not forgotten      

Hero Honda CD 100: Gone, but not forgotten     

Sirish Chandran

Fill it, shut it, forget it. Who can ever forget it?     

Gone, but not forgotten: BMW F 650 Funduro      

Gone, but not forgotten: BMW F 650 Funduro     

Sirish Chandran

Before the Tiger, before the Himalayan, before the Impulse, before anything else there was the BMW F 650 Funduro

Bajaj Krystal DTS-i: Gone but not forgotten

Bajaj Krystal DTS-i: Gone but not forgotten

Sirish Chandran

It’s only a matter of months before Bajaj gets back into the scooter game, which makes now as good a time as any to look back at the Krystal DTS-I, the last scooter they made 

Honda Activa: Gone, but not forgotten

Honda Activa: Gone, but not forgotten

Sirish Chandran

Hero Impulse : Gone but not forgotten

Hero Impulse : Gone but not forgotten

Sirish Chandran

As we gear up for the eventual launch of the XPulse, here’s a throwback to Hero’s first crack at the on/off-road segment