What’s inside the October 2019 issue of Fast Bikes India magazine?
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What’s inside the October 2019 issue of Fast Bikes India magazine?

The October 2019 issue of Fast Bikes India is highlighted by the gorgeous MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800. But that’s not the only badass motorcycle we have in this issue.

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Till date, the exotics from Varese have all been about emotions and raw power. Yes, every motorcycle with an MV Agusta badge guarantees the Thrill of Riding but when it comes to practicality, they all fall short. Not the Turismo Veloce 800, though. The sports tourer gets the heart of Brutale 800 and the face of F3, but still makes for a comfortable machine to commute to work. And when you’re in the mood for it, just whack open the throttle and she’ll behave like a typical MV: no holds barred. It’s definitely one of the most usable MVs out there but is it the best? We tell you in this month’s cover story. But there’s a lot more coming your way:

Benelli Leoncino:

Benelli’s version of a scrambler, the Leoncino is everything a Benelli should be along with the addition of good looks and decent build quality. Has Benelli finally come of age?

Bajaj Pulsar 125:

The smallest Pulsar ever is sure to bring numbers to Bajaj but does it have the credibility to sport the revered Pulsar badge?

Indian FTR 1200 S:

Indian Motorcycle’s attempt at a street tracker is a sure shot winner! It packs enough power and has that typical American character.

Triumph Speed Twin:

The Speed Twin goes way back in time and was one of Triumph’s best selling bikes after the World War II. Can the latest-gen iteration hold a candle to the original?

Style vs Smile:

Yamaha MT-09, Kawasaki ZX-6R and KTM 690 SMC R — three motorcycles with three different genres. But none of them lose out on the fun factor. Which one does it the best?

Bimota VDue 500:

Ever heard of a motorcycle that killed its own parent? This stroker managed to do so!

CSS 2019:

Rookie goes to Chennai to learn the art of cornering from the best teachers in the business at California Superbike School

Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 - Powertronic:

Powertonic’s performance parts put through the tests! And we finally have the results

Tech through time:

We have come a long way when it comes to motorcycle gadgetary. But where are we headed next?

Used bike guide - Aprilia Tuono V4:

The maddest naked in the world makes for a great buy. And Aprilias depreciate quite quickly so it won’t be really difficult to bargain for one

Montra Downtown:

An affordable cycle that can take you to work and even for the joyride on weekends. Is it the best cycle in the market today, given it’s price?

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