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Entry-level bike sales to see smart recovery; volumes up

During the April-August period, the entry segment registered an increase of about nine per cent at about 3.08 million units, which was 58 per cent of the total bike volumes. CHENNAI, SEPTEMBER 15:   After muted sales, the motorcycle segment is witnessing a smart recovery with double-digit growth aided …

Giant AnyRoad 1 first ride review£1,299.00

Giant’s AnyRoad features a huge bow-shaped top tube flowing from head tube to rear dropouts that creates a very low-slung frame. One of the key benefits of this is that it leaves masses of Giant’s clever D-shaped carbon seatpost unsupported, which allows the post to flex fore-and-aft (while …

CAT 2017: Five preparation tips for non-engineers

There is a myth that the Common Admission Test (CAT) for admissions to the country’s best business schools is the best fit for students with a background in engineering. Those who believe this point argue that unlike engineering students, students from the humanities, arts and commerce streams lose …

Reynolds’ New Gravel Wheels Are Made to Get Dirty

The wheels are an intriguing mix: 40mm deep tubeless carbon clinchers, with spacious tire beds measuring 23mm across the inside, which Reynolds says better matches the wider tires gravel riders use compared to cyclocross riders. Matched 24 spokes front and rear should help durability and ride comfort in …

This $7,000 Bike Is Made From Whisky Barrels

Whisky and bikes make for slightly odd bedfellows. And usually, at least beyond very minimal quantities, they don’t mix well. But in this case we’ll make an exception. Claimed as the world’s first bike made from whisky barrels, the Glenmorangie Original by Renovo is a thing of beauty. Every bike is …