5 SuperBikes To Be Unveiled At Delhi Expo 2016 Which Will Give You Major Existential Crisis!!


By Siddharth Naidu

With the Delhi Auto Expo, 2016 well under way, it is finally that time of the year when every bike lover, worth his salt, is ready to go into the revving paradise with mechanical bliss. We therefore took it upon ourselves to introduce to you, a list of highly anticipated Super Bikes, which flaunt not only their beastly HorsePowers but stand as an epitome of aerodynamically designed marvels. Check them out then, and let there be light..

Triumph Bonneville Street Twin

The Street Twin is the most affordable model in Triumph’s revamped Bonneville line-up.
900cc parallel-twin powerplant paired with a six-speed gearbox, the Street Twin is the replacement for the standard Bonneville.
Revealed in late 2015 alongside its larger siblings, the T120 and the new Thruxton, the Street Twin features contemporary styling, alloy wheels, ride-by-wire throttle management, as well as a better torque output than its predecessor.
The bike also comes equipped with switchable traction control system and ABS, a slip-assisted, lighter feel clutch, engine immobilizer and USB port.

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Benelli TRK 502

The Benelli TRK 502 was first showcased in Milan in November 2015. This adventure bike from the Italian marque gets styling more in line with a Bavarian adventure tourer rather than its larger siblings.
Built around a 499cc parallel twin-cylinder engine the TRK lines up as an accessible adventure bike. The liquid-cooled engine offers usable performance with 46.9bhp of power at 8,500rpm and 4.6kgm of torque at 4,500rpm.
The TRK 502 is likely to be offered in two guises – a road-biased version with 17-inch rims front and rear, and an off-road version with 19-inch rims at the front and 17-inchers at the rear.
Equipped with the on-off road tyres, backed by the long-travel suspension and rugged build, the TRK should be able to deal with anything our roads throw at it, and lots more.

Yamaha MT03

Yamaha will bring in the naked version of its fully faired motorbike, the YZF-R3.
Using the same 321cc two-cylinder engine as the R3, the MT03 is capable of developing 42.4bhp along with 3.01kgm of torque.
The MT03 borrows styling cues such as the wide handlebars and exposed engine from other naked sport bikes from Yamaha.

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Honda PCX 150

Honda will showcase a new 150cc scooter in the form of the PCX 150.
Powered by a four-stroke, single-cylinder 153cc motor and is paired to an automatic gearbox.
The PCX 150 features a more European design with a large low-mounted headlamp, contoured body shell, large wheels and contoured seats.

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Developed jointly by BMW Motorrad and Indian two-wheeler giant TVS, the G310 is a motorcycle designed for more practical purposes compared to the other larger offerings from BMW.
Powered by a 313cc, 33.6bhp single-cylinder engine, the bike features an engine tilted towards the rear with the cylinder inclined towards the rear wheel and the exhaust exiting from the rear as well, allowing for a longer swingarm while keeping the dimensions compact and maintaining good weight distribution.

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