These Two-wheelers Give The Same Vibe As These Iconic Songs

  • May 21, 2023
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From Hero Splendor to the Classic 350, we tell you which songs remind us of each of these bikes

Two-wheelers are mechanical devices, but are they just that? Absolutely not, we believe they are also a feeling, a vibe and quite important. Do you know what else is essential? Music! And going by that relation, here are the five most iconic two-wheelers and the songs that they represent, according to us.

Hero Splendor - Breathless by Shankar Mahadevan and Without Me - Eminem

The daddy of all motorcycles and the undefeated best selling two-wheeler in India for years on end. The Hero Splendor, just like the iconic song Breathless by Shankar Mahadevan keeps on going, and is surely evergreen. It also reminds us of Without Me By Eminem, because…

It feels so empty, without me

I said this looks like a job for me

So everybody, just follow me.

And just like the song suggests, every year, with some update, Hero is just like “Guess who's back” that is right the Splendor, better than ever.

Honda Activa - Till I Collapse 

With a brand name as famous as the Honda Activa, you don’t need much more to record great sales numbers. And just like what Till I Collapse By Eminem represents, the Honda Activa, too, won’t stop the record-breaking sales till it's phased out. 

Ola S1 - Golmaal Hai, Killing In The Name Of

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One of the most recent two-wheelers in the industry that caused a stir is the Ola S1 Pro electric scooter and there are a bunch of songs we think the scooter represents, but there’s one that fits quite perfectly – R.D Burman’s iconic Golmaal Hai Bhai Sab Golmaal Hai.

Oh, and also, ‘Killing In The Name Of’ By Rage Against the Machine, especially the chorus bit. You’ll know why! 

Royal Enfield Classic 350 - Badshah oh Badshah

There might be a lot of bikes you like, offer better performance, speed, mileage, look crazy. But among all of these bikes, there’s only one Badshah Oh Badshah and that is the Royal Enfield Classic 350. With its dominating and charming appeal, the Classic 350 is the physical embodiment of Badshah Oh Badshah.

Bajaj Pulsar - Ek Do Teen

One of the most iconic bikes in the history of Indian two-wheelers, the Bajaj Pulsar has been running for more than 2 decades now, And the more fascinating bit is that there are just SO MANY Pulsars now. Even in similar capacities, so Madhuri singing Ek Do Teen goes perfectly well with the array of Pulsars on offer.

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