Upcoming bikes of 2021

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Ducati Scrambler 800 BS6

The Ducati Scrambler made the Italian brand accessible to loads of enthusiasts who longed for a Ducati in their garage. The neo-retro motorcycles are one of the more affordable Ducatis and take inspiration from their 1960s namesake.

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Indian Chieftain

The Indian Chief is a motorcycle that was built by the Hendee Manufacturing Company and the subsequent Indian Motocycle Company from 1922 to the end of the company's production in 1953.

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2020 Yamaha MT 03

Yamaha has unveiled its new MT-03 which will make its way to India next year. The bike now features dual LED position lamps and an LED headlight as well as revised bodywork.

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2021 Honda CB1000R

Honda has taken the wraps off the 2021 CB1000R. It gets a new Black Edition that will replace the current-gen CB1000R Plus variant. The litre-class streetfighter gets updated looks, better equipment, and more features for 2021.

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Indian Roadmaster Classic

Based on the Indian Roadmaster, the Roadmaster Classic is an American tourer with modern age electronics and vintage looks. The tourer gets the Thunder Stroke III, fuel-injected 1811cc engine under the skin that produces 150Nm of peak torque at 2,900rpm.

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Indian Chief Dark Horse

The Chief Dark Horse is the latest addition to the Indian Motorcycles line-up in the country. Based on the Chief platform, the Dark Horse is the blacked-out version of the Chief Classic.

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Indian Chieftain Elite

The Indian Chieftain Elite is a product that promises exclusivity, as it is a hand-painted product. No two Chieftain Elites will be the same, and the paintjob takes 25 hours to complete.

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Honda CB300R

Our recent talk with Honda revealed that it’s considering localising its premium lineup of bikes in India to keep costs competitive. And the CB300R could be the first bike to make the cut. It’s priced at Rs 2,41,989.

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