Dog riding on back of motorcycle Las Vegas freeway VIRAL VIDEO


सोशल मीडिया पर एक वीडियो तेजी से वायरल हो रहा है. जिसको हर प्लैटफॉर्म पर शेयर किया जा रहा है. कुत्ते को बाइक के पीछे हेलमेट में देखा गया. वो शानदार अंदाज में बैठा हुआ था और राइड का मजा ले रहा था. लास वेगास फ्रीवे पर मोटरसाइकल पर कुत्ते को बाइक पर देखा गया. देखने वाले भी हैरान रह गए. Kaelyn नामक ट्विटर यूजर ने इस वीडियो को शेयर किया है. 

बहन से फोन पर बात कर रही थी लड़की, आई चीखने की आवाज और खुशियां बदल गईं मातम में

Kaelyn वीडियो डालते हुए लिखा- ‘मेरी मां ने हाईवे पर इसे देखा.’ वीडियो में देखा जा सकता है कि एक शख्स बाइक चला रहा है तो वहीं कुत्ता पीछे बैठा है और सफर का मजा ले रहा है. आस पास के लोग भी देखकर हैरान रह गए. कुत्ते को हेलमेट लगाकर बाइक पर लोगों ने पहली बार देखा. केलिन की मां ने जब इसे देखा तो तुरंत मोबाइल पर रिकॉर्ड कर लिया. 

टारगेट पूरा नहीं कर पाए तो कंपनी ने कर्मचारियों को रेंगने पर किया मजबूर, वायरल हुआ Video

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इस वीडियो के अब तक 1.16 मिलियन व्यूज हो चुके हैं. 26 हजार से ज्यादा रि-ट्वीट्स और 79 हजार से ज्यादा लाइक्स मिले हैं. बाद में जब पता लगाया गया तो कुत्ता को ढूंढ लिया गया. डॉगी का नाम सॉक्स है. इंस्टाग्राम पर उसका पेज भी है. जिसका नाम द बाइक डॉग है. उसके 59 हजार फॉलोअर्स हैं. 





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CES 2019: Novus Electric Motorcycle Unveiled


Priced at $ 39,500, the Novus electric bike is expensive, but its design certainly is futuristic.




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The Novus electric motorcycle is priced at $ 39,500

German electric motorcycle company Novus has unveiled a new electric motorcycle at the Consumer Electronics Show 2019 in Las Vegas. The bike looks like a cross between a bicycle and a moped, with skinny wheels and tyres and no lights, or number plate. The electric bike has one of the most innovative carbon fibre frames ever seen on a production electric motorcycle. However, at a steep $39,500 (around ₹ 28 lakh in current exchange rates) plus VAT price tag, it will be anything but affordable. But price apart, there’s no taking away the fact that it’s an innovative product in the world of electric two-wheelers, with a hub-mounted motor and unique design.

The company has also released a video of the making of the prototype, but the prototype in the video isn’t road legal, and designer duo Rene Renger and Marcus Weidig intend to build the roadgoing versions which will look exactly like the prototype.It’s a lightweight bike, weighing only 38.5 kg, and many of its components are hidden inside the carbon monocoque frame, and the bike boasts of a range of over 96 km and a top speed of 96.5 kmph. The 14.4 kilowatt lithium ion battery sits low within the frame, and takes just one hour for a 80 per cent charge. The electric motor is cleanly integrated into the rear hub, and is rated to make a massive 200 Nm of torque, with a 8.3 bhp (6.2 kW) power output.

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The rear suspension looks like a conventional bike’s and is adjustable for compression and rebound

Other cycle parts like the suspension setup are also unique. The front suspension is incorporated into a single strut in the fork below the headset, and is described as being adjustable for ‘damper hardness’, but the company hasn’t indicated how much travel the unique suspension fork is capable of. The rear suspension uses a shock which pivots off the swingarm, just like a conventional bike, and is adjustable for compression and rebound. Braking is handled by dual hydraulic floating caliper disc brakes. There’s no instrument cluster on the prototype, and has been replaced entirely by a smartphone. The company says the smartphone has been integrated not only as a control and display instrument but also as a digital key.

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The instrument cluster has been replaced by a smartphone which will be connected and give all details about the bike

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It’s certainly innovative, and looks built for the future. But that price tag isn’t for the faint hearted, and at best, the Novus electric bike is made for commuting, and the 96 km range may not be rated at full power. When it’s sold commercially, it will be like a ‘limited edition’ electric bike, built for the chosen few. Even the Harley-Davidson LiveWire is at least $10,000 less expensive than this electric two-wheeler of the future.

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Zero Teases New Electric Motorcycle


US based electric-two-wheeler manufacturer, Zero, has teased a new fully electric motorcycles on its social media channels. The new bike could be a naked roadster and will be unveiled on 25th January, 2019.

US based electric motorcycle manufacturer, Zero, has released teasers of its new fully electric bike. Zero says that the new motorcycle will be called SR/F and will be naked roadster. Zero has built this bike on an all-new platform and says that SR/F will offer an ‘effortlessly powerful experience’. From the teaser image itself, it can be inferred that the new motorcycle gets an LED headlamp, daytime running lamps and upside down forks at the front. Expect the motorcycle to flaunt sharp styling in accordance with a typical naked streetfighter design.

Early last year, Zero Motorcycles announced its new range of batteries. Zero introduced three new batteries – the ZF14.4, ZF7.2 and ZF3.6. The new batteries offer more range and better performance than the current range. If owners choose to equip Zero’s optional ZF3.6 Power Tank to the largest battery – the ZF14.4 – that could offer a range of over 350 km during city riding.

Apart from developing its own electric motorcycles, Zero also provides its electric powertrain to Curtiss Motorcycles, formerly known as Confederate Motors. Zero Motorcycles’ current range comprises a host of offerings including street-fighters, adventure motorcycles and dirt bikes, all of which use an electric powertrain.

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At present Zero Motorcycles is not present in India and therefore, expecting any Zero bike to be launched here will be far-fetched. But we do hope to see Zero Motorcycles being launched in India sometime in the future.

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Yamaha To Launch New Motorcycle Next Month


Yamaha has sent us a block-your-date mailer for a new motorcycle launch on January 21, 2019. Could it be the new-gen FZ or could it be the MT-15? Take a guess.




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Yamaha hasn’t announced which model is it going to launch, the new-gen FZ is a possible option

Yamaha will be launching a new motorcycle on January 21, 2019. The mail referred to a product which will be sporty. Of course, Yamaha hasn’t announced which model is it going to launch, but we are going out on a limb and make an educated guess that the company will be launching the new-generation FZ-FI. The new bike has been spotted testing in India quite a few times and with the second generation FZ being launched in 2014, it was about time for a model upgrade and not just a facelift. The FZ is still one of the better selling models in the Yamaha portfolio and we believe the new model will just make it all better.

Also Read: Next-Gen Yamaha FZ V3 Motorcycle Spotted Testing Again


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(The new FZ will have a bunch of new features as well)

The new FZ spy shots suggest that the motorcycle will get a major overhaul, which includes new bodywork along with a few changes to the engine as well. Expect new features such as ABS, LED headlamp and other significant changes as well. Alternatively, the new model could also be an ABS version of the R15 V3 or the MT-15. We are expecting India Yamaha Motor to launch the MT-15 this year too.

The new Yamaha FZ V3 will feature a redesigned fuel tank, which appears to be a bit larger now with new sharper-looking tank extensions below. Another major change will be the new single seat, unlike the step seat on the current motorcycle. The bike also comes with an updated tail section with a new grab-rail and revised tail-lamp. Among other features, the bike now also will have a new tyre-hugger, a new beefier exhaust pipe with a two-tone colour scheme. The alloy wheels are also new and feature a 10-spoke design.

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Next-Gen Yamaha FZ V3 Motorcycle Spotted Testing Again


The new-gen Yamaha FZ V3 gets new styling elements, new alloy wheels, and more. The bike is expected to be launched sometime early 2019.




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The new Yamaha FZ V3 gets improved styling elements, new and updated features, and more

Another test mule of the new-gen Yamaha FZ V3 was recently spotted in India. The latest images reveal a near-production unit, and this time around we also get to see the front section of the motorcycle. While the image is not very clear, the bike does seem to come with a new sleeker headlamp with a separate LED daytime running lamp. The profile, however, is much clearer in these images, compared to the previous ones, and we get to see a bunch of new elements as well.

For instance, the new Yamaha FZ V3 comes with a redesigned fuel tank, which appears to be a bit larger now with new sharper-looking tank extensions below. Another major change, of course, is the new single-piece seat, unlike the two-piece seat in the outgoing model, which will lead to a more comfortable seating position and will also be more pillion-friendly. The bike also comes with an updated tail section with new single piece grab-rail and revised taillamp. Among other features, the bike now also features a new tyre-hugger, a new beefier exhaust pipe with dual tone black and gunmetal treatment. The alloy wheels are also new and also new 10-spoke alloy wheels, which look like 17-inch units.

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(The new FZ will have a bunch of new features as well)

Other changes that we expect to see will include a new instrument cluster, possibly an all-digital LED unit similar to the one on the new YZF R15 V3 that was launch early this year. Come April 2019, all new two-wheelers with displacement equal to or more than 125 cc will compulsorily need to have ABS and going by this, we believe Yamaha will offer ABS as standard fitment right from the launch itself. Of course, it could be a single-channel unit to keep the costs down.

Powering the new bike will be the same 149 cc single-cylinder, fuel injected motor that powers the existing model. Currently, the engine is tuned to generate a maximum of about 13 bhp and a peak torque of 12.8 Nm, while being mated to a 5-speed gearbox. We do not expect that to change. As for the launch, there is no update on that matter yet, however, Yamaha is hosting a press conference on January 21, details of which are still unknown. It’s possible that the company might launch the bike then.

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Indian Motorcycle Files Patent For A New Bike Based On FTR 1200


Indian Motorcycle files a patent for a new name, ‘Raven’, which could be a new motorcycle based on the FTR 1200.




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The ‘Raven’ could be the name of a new Indian model in the future

Indian Motorcycle has filed the patent for a new name called ‘Raven’ which could be used for a new motorcycle model in future. Reports suggest that this new motorcycle will be derived from the Indian FTR 1200 or at least use the same 1,203 cc V-Twin engine that powers the motorcycle and also use the FTR 1200’s chassis. Of course, there is no photographic evidence at this point to support this conjecture. The production spec FTR 1200 was revealed at the 2018 Intermot Motorcycle Show in October and it is the first time that Indian has come out with a product apart from an out-and-out cruiser motorcycle.

Also Read: Indian FTR 1200 Bookings Begin In India


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The Indian FTR 1200 takes inspiration from the company’s FTR 750 flat-track race bike which has won the American Flat-track championship multiple times. The FTR 1200 gets a 1,203 cc V-twin motor which makes about 118 bhp and peak torque of 115 Nm. If the new model does use the name ‘Raven’ expect it to be clad in full black and as of now, there is no mention of what kind of a motorcycle will it be. But, we expect it to be a non-cruiser model which is more dynamic in nature than a cruiser motorcycle.

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Indian Motorcycle India has officially started taking bookings for the FTR 1200 S in India. The company will start the deliveries of the two models, which are the 1200 S and the 1200 S Race Replica from April 2019 onwards. The Indian FTR 1200 S will be priced at ₹ 14.99 lakh while the FTR 1200 S Race Replica will be priced at ₹ 15.49 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Interested customers can go to any Indian dealership and book the motorcycle by paying a token amount of ₹ 2 lakh.

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TVS Rolls Out 50,000th BMW G 310 Series Motorcycle From India Plant


The 50,000th motorcycle to be produced is the BMW G 310 R, while the company also produces the G 310 GS and the TVS Apache RR 310 based on the same platform.




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BMW Motorrad Head, Dr. Markus Schramm & KN Radhakrishnan, Director & CEO, TVS, with the BMW G 310 R

The first product to come from the BMW Motorrad and TVS Motor Company collaboration was the 310 cc platform and the company has achieved a production milestone of 50,000 for the new motorcycles. TVS announced that the company has rolled out the 50,000th unit of the BMW 310 cc motorcycle from its Hosur plant. The motorcycle was rolled out in the presence of  Dr. Markus Schramm, Head of BMW Motorrad, and Mr. KN Radhakrishnan, Director & CEO, TVS Motor Company. TVS-BMW produce three motorcycles based on the 310 cc platform including the BMW G 310 R, BMW G 310 GS and the TVS Apache RR 310. The 50,000th motorcycle to rollout is a G 310 R.

Also Read: Year End Discounts On The BMW G 310 R & G 310 GS

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The BMW G 310 R was first unveiled in late 2015 while exports commenced in December 2016

Commenting on this milestone, Mr. KN Radhakrishnan, Director & CEO, TVS Motor Company, said, “Today is a significant milestone in our journey with BMW Motorrad. Over the course of this six-year partnership, we have had an opportunity to create a common learning platform for both the companies resulting in the creation of aspirational products for the global market. It is heartening to see BMW’s foray into sub 500cc segment meet with positive response across the globe. We are delighted to be a part of this success story.”

Adding to that, Dr. Markus Schramm, Head of BMW Motorrad said, “Six years back, we took a crucial step with the decision to enter into the sub 500cc category in partnership with TVS Motor Company. In them, we found a perfect partner who have always stood for high quality and technology. We are delighted that we are rolling out the 50,000 unit of our 310 series motorcycles in less than two years. This reaffirms our decision to offer BMW Motorrad quality-led premium products for the sub 500cc segment.” 

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The BMW G 310 GS offers a comfortable ride and glides over all kinds of surfaces with poise

The TVS-BMW collaboration was first announced in April 2013 with the partnership to spawn sub-500 cc motorcycles for global markets. The BMW G 310 R was the first product to be revealed in late 2015, which was followed by the G 310 GS in 2016 and the Apache RR 310 is 2017. While the BMW motorcycles went on sale globally in 2016 itself, the India launch only happened earlier this year.

Exports for the BMW G 310 R and the G 310 GS commenced in December 2016 and the are sold in over 90 countries. Both bikes draw power from the 313 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine tuned for 34 bhp at 9500 rpm and 28 Nm of peak torque at 7500 rpm. The motor comes paired with a 6-speed transmission, and uses 41 mm USD forks up front with a monoshock setup at the rear. Braking performance comes from a 300 mm disc up front and a 240 mm disc brake at the rear. The bikes get dual-channel ABS as standard.

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The Apache RR 310 mixes BMW’s engineering with TVS’ racing DNA

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The BMW G 310 R is priced at ₹ 2.99 lakh, while the BMW G 310 GS is priced at ₹ 3.49 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom). For those wanting to pick either of the motorcycles, the company is offering year-end discounts and benefits of up to ₹ 70,000, which include cash discounts, free insurance and reduced interest rates and more.

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Indian Motorcycle Updated Ride Command Mobile App System


Indian Motorcycle has updated the all-new Ride Command infotainment system with mobile app integration.




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The new Ride Command infotainment system incorporates a mobile app

Indian Motorcycle has introduced an all-new Ride Command infotainment system which now features updated software and mobile app integration. The Ride Command system’s latest software update allows riders to easily plan routes via a desktop platform, while the new Ride Command mobile app wirelessly transfers the directions to the bike’s navigation system and provides remote accessibility to key vehicle information. Indian Motorcycle owners can update their Ride Command system by visiting a local dealership or by downloading the software update from the official website.

Riders can plan ride routes from the official website with up to 100 waypoints. The point-by-point directions can then be wirelessly transferred to the bike using the Ride Command mobile app and a Bluetooth connection to the infotainment system. Riders can view vehicle data, including fuel level, oil life, tyre pressure and battery charge remotely on their mobile device. Rides can also be tracked, and riders can also view service recommendations and log maintenance within the mobile app. The app also allows riders to share completed or planned rides with friends on Facebook.


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New Indian Chieftain and Indian Roadmaster owners receive three years of complementary map updates. The new Ride Command system also expands the features, as the 2019 Chieftain models and 2019 Roadmaster are equipped with selectable rider modes, as well as rear cylinder deactivation when riding at slower speeds. The updated mobile app integration is compatible with all Indian Motorcycle models equipped with the Ride Command infotainment system.

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Suzuki Motorcycle Rolls Out Four Millionth Vehicle In India


Suzuki Motorcycle India reached a landmark as it rolled out the four millionth two-wheeler from its facility in Gurugram, Haryana.




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Suzuki Motorcycle India started operations in 2006

Suzuki Motorcycle India reached a landmark record in India with the 4 millionth two-wheeler rolling off the company’s factory in Gurugram, Haryana. The production milestone paves the way for Suzuki’s target of achieving one million volume sales and doubling its market share by 2020, in India. The company has achieved this milestone in 12 years of operations in India, starting in 2006. It has a pan India presence with 521 dealerships at present.

Also Read: Suzuki GSX-S750 Road Test Review


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Celebrating company’s landmark moment, Satoshi Uchida, Managing Director, SMIPL said, “We are delighted to roll out the four millionth vehicle and are thankful to our customers who have shown immense trust in our products. This is a testimony of our commitment to India and we wish to achieve many such milestones in the future. With this landmark, we are a step closer to achieving our sales target of 7.5 lakh units by the end of the current financial year. We thank our valued customers, business partners, associates, and all my colleagues for this remarkable feat.”

Also Read: Suzuki V-Strom 650 Road Test Review

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The company has 16 models under its portfolio in India. The big chunk of volumes is driven by the Access 125 and the Burgman Street along with the Gixxer series and Intruder 155. Suzuki Motorcycle India also retails high capacity motorcycles in India such as the Hayabusa, GSX-R1000R, GSX-S750, V-Strom 650XT and its RM-Z series of dirt and off-road motorcycles. Suzuki Motorcycle India also exports made in India products to over 30 countries across the world.

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New BMW Sport Touring Motorcycle Spied Testing In Europe


Spyshots of an all-new BMW sport touring motorcycle have emerged and it might be a production version of the BMW 9Cento concept model which was showcased earlier this year at Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este.




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There is no clear timeline on the launch of the new BMW Sport Touring bike

BMW is working on a new sport touring motorcycle and it has been spotted testing somewhere in Europe. The motorcycle in the spyshots looks quite similar to BMW’s 9Cento concept, which was showcased earlier at the 2018 Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este. From the photos, it looks as if the new bike uses the same 853 cc parallel-twin engine, which does duty on the BMW F 750 GS and the BMW F 850 GS. The look and design of the bike leans towards the BMW S 1000 XR. Expect it to slot between the S1000 XR and the BMW F 750 GS when launched. This motorcycle could be more of a road-biased model, like the S 1000 XR rather than the off-road centric F 850 GS. It is also possible for the new bike to be named, BMW F 850 GT. There is no word on engine specifications but expect the new BMW sport tourer to get more power than the 94 bhp that the F 850 GS offers.


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“It doesn’t always have to be about ‘bolder, bigger, brighter’ nowadays. This concept bike focuses on achieving a sense of balance,” says Edgar Heinrich, Head of Design BMW Motorrad. “We’ve created a bike that combines the appropriate power with reliable sports touring properties and above all lots of riding fun, so it’s an attractive overall package. It brings together the best of the sports, adventure and touring segments to produce an exciting concept – in a class which has not seen this kind of model from BMW before. The BMW Motorrad Concept 9cento is our interpretation of a modern all-rounder for the new mid-range segment,” explains Heinrich.

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The new bike gets a new windscreen, which will make touring easier and also gets the new full-colour instrument console which is on offer on other BMW motorcycles. Expect the new bike to also have the full range of electronics such as cruise control, traction control, ABS, cornering ABS, quick-shifter and others. Expect the new bike to have more accessible seat height, less travel suspension and smaller 17-inch wheels.

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