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  • Q. Is RE Himayalan a good choice for city conditions?

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    Shyam
    Shyam | 1 month ago

    I use it daily for office commutes. It's quite a breeze. Takes time getting used to the weak bite of the front brakes. Also, the clutch is quite hard. Switching to the slightly longer clutch cable of Classic 350 helps. But on broken tarmac, you will thank the suspension of this bike.

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    Shiva
    Shiva | 4 months ago

    I am riding bike in Delhi NCR and gurgon from last 3 Months . Bike just start heating sometimes in deadly traffic otherwise the bike is really good when it comes to city Ride. Weight distribution , torque and the bike is controllable in city .

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    Balaji
    Balaji | 8 months ago

    Both tour and city commute go for it. If you want only for city commute then no. To be more precise, it can handle traffic, tight spaces(its tall but slim) , bad roads. but not heat, it cannot handle Chennai heat from march to june between 9:00 to 6:00 traffic. it will heat up like crazy. Petrol tank , seat all will be hot. It looks and behaves like a tourer, so daily commute will feel wierd.

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    Varun
    Varun | 2 months ago

    Depends. If you planning to ride in only city then the Himalayan is not for you. It is best suitable for off road and highways. City ride is OK but you will feel the heat from the 400cc engine.

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    Aaryan
    Aaryan | 20 hours ago

    Yes it's perfect in the city and also light on the clutch, Himalayan is my every day commute bike to work.

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    Debjit
    Debjit | 2 months ago

    Yes.. when you get used to its breaking system and weight

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    Abhishek
    Abhishek | 4 months ago

    Yes...if you ride by rules & avoid close cutting

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    Subhamoy
    Subhamoy | 1 week ago

    It's a very comfortable bike to ride and maneuver.

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    Sanjib
    Sanjib | 8 months ago

    It's not exactly. For long ride or off roading Himalayan is awsome but if you only ride in city conditions don't go for it.

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    Vikramchowdary
    Vikramchowdary | 1 month ago

    No , its only for highways

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