Now that I have finished riding 10000km on a Himalayan, it is time to look at the pros and cons of owning this motorcycle. What Royal Enfield has been up to, to fix the mega-debacle that the Himalayan has been for a large part of its first year of existence. The motorcycle has let me down a few times, but overall 2016 has turned out to be one the better riding years in terms of riding days. Under all the luggage in the image above is a Himalayan. So, that is good. Read the 5k on the Himalayan review, before reading this.
Royal Enfield One Ride 2017 will turn out to be the seventh edition of Royal Enfield’s global marquee ride. The ride is being held in 14 countries and across 23 cities. This ride claimed to be one of the largest motorcycle community rides in the world happens on Sunday, April 2nd, 2017. The camaraderie of thousands of Royal Enfield customers and enthusiasts will come out alive on the roads as they gear up to participate in One Ride along with their friends. Continue reading “One Ride 2017 – Royal Enfield’s Event details”
The Yamaha T7 Concept is for everyone who likes touring off the boring 4-lane highways has dreamt of having a machine that they can take off the tarmac more confidently. And if you were young and impressionable in the 80s and 90s, the words Africa Twin and Tenere would be etched in your minds. This concept is a tribute to the original Tenere XT600Z’s spirit. Enjoy the pictures and the bonus video at the end. Continue reading “9 Photos of Yamaha T7 Concept”
Initially, when I bought the saddlebag stay for Himalayan from Donowyn, I was pretty happy with the setup. We were headed out for a 10-day trip in South India. I had promised to write a full review once I was back covering the performance, pros and cons. Now is the time for that. But, wait! If you have not read part 1 in this series where I cover the purchase, installation, size comparisons, etc. head over to Royal Enfield Himalayan Saddle Bag Stay story and read that first.