Bikes are simple, two wheels with a motor, and miles and miles of outlaw-style freedom. If you are thinking of getting a new bike, you probably would want the best that fits your style and budget requirements. Every year the two-wheeler market has a lot of new variants of brands to offer.
So, let’s have a look at some of the best bikes in India.
1. Hero Splendor plus
The Hero Splendor Plus has made a good impression in the two-wheeler market with a no-nonsense design, bullet-proof build quality, and commendable fuel efficiency. With prices starting at ₹ 45,850. Splendor plus has a 100cc engine that churns out a modest 8.2 Bhp of power and 8 Nm of torque which is adequate for city commuting. It is currently priced at Rs. 52,941- Rs.60,527
2. Bajaj Pulsar 150
Bajaj Pulsar 150 is one of the oldest bikes from Bajaj. The price for this model starts at Rs.78,551- Rs. 88,693. This bike is available in 3 variants and 7 colors. It also sports a seemingly ageless design, with an impressive performance package. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 has been one of the company’s most bestselling bikes in India.
3. Revolt RV400
If you’re thinking of switching from a gas-powered bike to an electric motorcycle. The revolt RV400 would be an ideal option for you. The company claims to be India’s first electric motorcycle with artificial intelligence. The price for Revolt RV400 starts at Rs. 3499/month. The Revolt RV400 is available in 2 variants and 2 colors.
4. KTM RC 125
KTM India has launched the super sport RC 125. It is a compact racer bike with a price starting at Rs. 1.46 lakh. The motorcycle has a sexy, edgy look that will sit well with the target audience. It is a fully faired motorcycle that gets the company’s steel trellis frame, upside-down forks by WP and a triple clamp handlebar. Some of its features also include twin projector headlamps with daytime running lamps and a digital instrument console.
5. Royal Enfield Bullet 350
Royal Enfield Bullet remains unchanged for over 50 years and yet remain relevant as well as appreciated by all. However, the Bullet 350 wears it like a badge of honor. The survival of Royal Enfield in the early 2000s has led to making the Bullet 350 into a cult icon. The price range of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is between Rs. 1.33-1.77L.
Once you make the decision of which bike to move ahead with. The next step is to get your bike a valid bike insurance policy. The process to get online insurance for a bike is quite simple and hassle-free. Some bike insurance policies also provide you with benefits like bike roadside assistance. This service offers many benefits if you are a traveler you can avail facilities like getting your vehicle fixed on the spot to towing or taxi service to help you reach your destination.
In order to enjoy these benefits, you first need to check with your bike insurance policy for a bike roadside assistance cover. You can then take a printout of the softcopy and always carry this document with you while riding your bike.