Top 10 Best Bikes for Travelling in India

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Indians love motorcycles. They cost less than a car. They are easy to park and weave through traffic. The best part is they consume less fuel and cover more kilometres. Hence, it is no wonder that India’s motorcycle industry is growing exponentially!

In this note, if one is wondering about the best ten bikes they can bike right now then read the following sections –

KTM 200 Duke

The KTM Duke 200 is arguably the best-selling bike from the Austrian bike brand. The KTM provides the bike in a single trim. The available colour options however are two. The naked street bike is equipped with a high-revving 199.5 CC motor. It has a single cylinder and is fuel-injected. KTM made the engine BS6-compliant. It is liquid-cooled as well. The engine is mapped to produce 25.4 bhp of peak power. The torque mapping stands at 19.5 Nm (peak). Front and rear disc brakes along with ABS are OEM standard options. The fuel tank equipped has a total capacity of 13.5-litres.

Bajaj Dominar 400

The Dominar 400 is a flagship motorcycle of the Indian bike manufacturing giant, Bajaj Auto. The motorcycle is available in a single trim. The colour options however are two. The engine is a brand new technological marvel from Bajaj. It is a 373.3 CC, single-cylinder, BS6-compliant, fuel-injected unit. The peak power mapping is set at 39.42 bhp. The peak torque mapping is set at 35 Nm. ABS as well as front and rear disc brakes are OEM standard options. The dominar has 13 litres of the fuel tank.

Bajaj Dominar 250

The 250 CC Dominar is the more affordable version of the Dominar range. It is ideal for new riders and is also ideal for touring. Similar to the Dominar 400, the 250 CC Dominar entails a single trim. However, the colour options available are three. The Dominar 250 engine is a single-cylinder, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, BS6-compliant unit. The displacement of the motor stands at 248.8 CC. The peak power mapping for the engine stands at 26.63 bhp. The peak torque mapping for the engine is 23.5 Nm. The motorcycle, similar to its sibling, is offered with ABS as a standard option. The front and rear wheel of the bike is paired with performance-oriented disc brakes. The fuel tank equipped on the bike has a total capacity of 13 litres.

Bajaj Pulsar RS 200

The RS 200 from Bajaj Auto was the OEM’s answer to India’s compact sports bike sector. It is a flagship, fully-faired, aerodynamic motorcycle with an otherworldly design language. The bike is available in a single trim however it does entail three colour options! The engine is the same that powers the NS 200 however; it has been tweaked a bit. The power mapping of the single-cylinder, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled engine is set for 24.2 bhp (peak). The torque mapping is set for 18.7 Nm (peak). Bajaj offers the bike with ABS as well as front and rear disc brakes. The fuel tank on the bike is designed to hold 13 litres of fuel.

Bajaj Pulsar F250

The F250 is a brand new motorcycle from Bajaj Auto. It is a semi-faired motorcycle and by its looks, it can be categorised as a street bike. The bike is offered in a single trim. Bajaj Auto kept colour options limited to three. The engine on the bike is built and designed from the ground up. It is a 249 CC, BS6- compliant, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor. The peak power mapping of the motor is set at 24.1 bhp. The peak torque mapping of the motor is set at 21.5 Nm. ABS is a standard option for the bike, from Bajaj Auto. The OEM also offers the bike with front and rear disc brakes. The fuel tank of the bike is designed to hold 14 litres of petrol.

KTM 250 Duke

KTM India also offers the Duke 250 which is yet another mean-looking street bike. It is offered in a single trim and two colour options. The bike is equipped with a fuel-injected, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, BS6-compliant, 248.8 CC motor. The peak power mapping for the motor is set at 29.6 bhp. The peak torque mapping for the motor is set at 24 Nm. The bike is equipped with ABS as well as front and rear disc brakes. The brake callipers on the bike are from ByBre. The suspension setup is from the WP APEX range. The dry weight of the motorcycle is 169 KGs. The fuel tank is designed to hold 13.5 litres of petrol.

KTM 125 Duke

The Due 125 is the entry-level bike from KTM India. Its looks and overall packaging are similar to the rest of the Duke range. Despite having a performance-oriented 124.71 CC motor, the bike can offer a mileage of 40 KMPL. The motorcycle entails a single trim and a single colour option. The peak power mapping for the motor is set at 14.3 bhp. The peak torque mapping for the motor is set at 12 Nm. KTM offers the bike with ABS as well as front and rear disc brakes. The fuel tank on the bike is designed to hold 13.5 litres of petrol.

Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220

The Avenger Cruise 220 is an affordable touring motorcycle that looks like an American cruiser. It has a real-world mileage of 40 KMPL. It is available from Bajaj Auto in a single trim. The bike, however, entails two colour options. The 220 CC motor on the bike is BS6-compliant and fuel-injected. It is a single-cylinder motor with liquid cooling. The engine is quite powerful in its class. The peak power mapping for the motor stand at 18.4 BHP. The peak torque mapping for the motor stands at 17.55 Nm. Bajaj Auto offers the bike with front disc brakes and rear drum brakes. The front braking system is paired with a single-channel ABS. The rear drum braking system is paired with an anti-skid system. The fuel tank on the bike is designed to hold 13 litres of petrol.

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Bajaj Pulsar 180

The 180 CC version of the Pulsar from Bajaj Auto is a lesser-known motorcycle. However, it is a class above the 150 CC Pulsar! For starters, despite being equipped with a 180 CC engine, the bike has a real-world mileage of 42 KMPL. The bike is offered by Bajaj in a single trim. However, the OEM offers the bike in three colours. The engine is a BS6-compliant 178.6 CC unit. It is air-cooled and has a single-cylinder. ABS is OEM standard option along with front and rear disc brakes. The fuel tank on the bike is designed to hold 15 litres of petrol.

Bajaj Pulsar 150

The Pulsar 150 is one of the best bikes in India. It is categorised as a sport-commuter bike. The bike is available in three trims. Bajaj Auto offers the motorcycle in 12 colour options. The top variant of the bike entails front and rear disc brakes. ABS is a standard safety option and is available across all trims of the bike. The engine is a reliable single-cylinder, fuel-injected, air-cooled, BS6-compliant 149.5 CC unit. The peak power mapping for the motor is set at 13.8 bhp. The peak torque mapping for the motor is set at 13.25 Nm. The fuel tank equipped on the bike is designed to hold 15 litres of petrol.

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