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Top 5 Motorcycle News Of The Week: 2020 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Spied, New Big Bike Launches & More!

This previous week saw a whirlwind of dispatches, especially in the exceptional cruiser portion. The Indian bike showcase got new participants from Ducati, Triumph and Honda. Besides, there were other intriguing improvements as well, and here’s a fast recap of the significant news that unfolded over a week ago:

Again 2020 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Spied:

The admired Classic 350 is good to go to get a noteworthy makeover, and the 2020 cycle was spotted trying by and by. We definitely realize it includes another motor yet this time, the bike had a considerable amount of visiting benevolent increases

Triumph Speed Twin Launched:

Triumph Motorcycles launched the latest in its line of modern classics, the Speed Twin. Essentially, it is the more street-friendly version of the Thruxton


Ducati Scrambles out the new Scrambler range in India:

The recently propelled 2019 Scrambler go incorporates all the four variations: Icon, Full Throttle, Cafe Racer and the no-nonsense mud plugger, the Desert Sled. Every one of these bicycles get one pivotal update that would improve their braking qualities by a considerable amount.


Honda CBR650R Introduced:

The Honda CBR650F was a sweet motorcycle in the middleweight category. Now Honda has upped the fun quotient by replacing it with the CBR650R.


Xiaomi Himo T1 Unveiled:

Xiaomi has concocted an extremely out of control looking sulked, dedicated the Himo T1. This charming seemingly insignificant detail is offered in two variations. The base model gets 60km territory while the other one accompanies double the scope of the base variation!

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