The big companies in India have recently made a big announcement and the same is good news for bike lovers. Soon some new 'superbikes' are being seen on the roads in India. Recently, at the Global Motorcycle Show EICMA 2019 in Milan, Italy, some new bikes will be seen. Some of these bikes are going to be launched in India soon. That is what we are telling you about bikes with a capacity less than 500 cc.
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According to the information received, Hero MotoCorp at EICMA is going to launch its new concept sports bike Hero Xtreme 1.R to compete with Bajaj Pulsar NS160, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V and Honda CB Hornet 160R. The same Hero Xtreme 1R has been given a new 160 cc naked streetfighter engine.
Hero claims that the extreme concept has been made keeping in mind the youth. The weight of this bike is less than 140 kg. Also, it has features like LED headlamps with a sharp design, sporty graphics, signature LED tail-lamps and badging on both sides of the fuel tank. Apart from this, fuel tanks are available with low height seats and aggressive style.
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Honda Rebel 300, Rebel 500: According to the information received, Honda is also planning to bring its bike to compete with cruiser bikes like Royal Enfield. At the ongoing EICMA Global Mobile Cycle Show in Milan, Honda has removed the curtains from its two cruiser bikes, the Rebel 300 and 500. However, both bikes look similar in appearance. It has circular headlamps with LED, small rectangular LED taillights and circular turn indicators with a retro look.
Researchers say that the bike will get a liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine of 286 and 471 cc. The Honda CBR500R also has the same 471 cc engine. This engine will give 4505 hp power and 4303 Nm torque. At the same time, it will come with a 6-speed transmission and a slipper assist clutch. It is believed that Honda will launch it in many countries next year, after which it will be launched in India as well.
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