Summer is coming and we set the temperature rising with another packed issue headlined by Kawasaki’s saucy new ZX-6R that jumps into a segment vacated by the Triumph Daytona 675R. We also sample the brand new Yamaha YZF-R3 that’s coming to India anytime now. Resident video maestro Alameen returns to CSS after six years, Abhishek gets his hands dirty on the mid-weight Beemer, the F 750 GS, the young guns from office pit the newly launched Hero Destini 125 against the segment leaders and we pedal the ultra-light Trek bicycle. All this and more in the March issue of Fast Bikes India Magazine, on stands now!
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Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R: We test the brand new Kawasaki on road as well as track and for good measure we also take the GSX-1000R to find out how close it gets to the superbike benchmark
Yamaha R3: The baby Yamaha looks tempting and they claim it’s derived from both the R1 and the M1. Should you wait for it to come to India?
Daytona at CSS: The California Superbike School is the world’s best riding school. How much better have we got after a session at the MMRT?
Daily Hustlers: The Honda Activa 125 and the Suzuki Access 125 top the sales charts. Will the newly launched Hero Destini 125 upset the order?
BMW F 750 GS: BMW Motorrad now jumps into the mid-weight ADV market and we test the smaller of the two non-Boxer GS’s
UP IN THE AIR: Three legends of freestyle motocross riding set ablaze the atmosphere at the Gateway of India with their talents as a part of the Red Bull FMX Jam
FRIEND WITH BENEFITS: Vishal tames the Tiger in Rajasthan and finds out if the ever-so-dynamic ADV from Triumph survives several days of hardcore long distance motorcycling.
RACE READY: Health, environment, lifestyle… our PED’LLING section promotes it all. And this month, the spotlight is on the ultra-lightweight Trek Emonda ALR 4