BMW K 1600 B: An interesting option for mega touring, the K 1600 B bagger was intended for the American bagger touring crowd and now it is here. While the front half of the bike remains similar to the rest of the K 1600 touring lineup, the rear receives massive modifications. For the Bagger lifestyle, the K 1600 B comes with a new, lowered rear frame along with a new rear bodywork with swoopy lines. As a result, the pillion seat is 71mm lower than the K 1600 GTL. Other updates include new and longer twin exhausts that are revised to accommodate the two 37-litre hard pannier
Harley-Davidson Street Glide: For 2018 the Street Glide gets updated suspension in the form of Showa Dual Bending Valve Forks. Its packed with features and shares its motor with the Softail range. The paint, fit-finish and build quality on the Street Glide are top notch and so is the infotainment system. The Street Glide is also priced in the same ballpark as its competition, at Rs 30 lakh.
Indian Roadmaster: The Indian Roadmaster is built upon the iconic Roadmaster name used by Indian Motorcycles in the 1940s, and comes with a host of features. ABS, cruise control, remote locking hard saddlebags, heated rider and passenger seats, heated grips, keyless start and power windshield come as standard. The Roadmaster is a phenomenal motorcycle that's comfortable and well-built. It gets lots of storage space and has one of the most refined engines in the market. Yes, it costs a whopping Rs 40 lakh ex-showroom. But the Roadmaster is one of the best cruisers out there. in fact, this is how cruiser should be made.Read Less