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Top 5 Bike News Of The Week: 2020 Triumph Daytona Confirmed, A 300cc Honda Maxi-scooter Coming To India, More Affordable MV Agusta In Works & More!

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  • Jul 27, 2019
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We have compiled a list of the top five two-wheeler news stories that grabbed headlines this week

 

 Top 5 Bike News Of The Week: 2020 Triumph Daytona Confirmed, A 300cc Honda Maxi-scooter Coming To India, More Affordable MV Agusta In Works & More!

From Honda planning to bring a 300cc scooter to India to MV Agusta foraying into affordable motorcycling segment, it’s been a helluva bizarre seven days for us. In case you missed out on all the action, here’s everything that transpired in five digestible bites.

Incoming: 3 New CFMoto Bikes To Be Unveiled At 2020 Auto Expo

After making its debut in India with four new motorcycles, CFMoto has confirmed that it’ll be bringing three all-new offerings at next year’s Auto Expo. This includes a fully-faired 300cc supersport, a 400cc Grand-tourer and similarly powered street-naked!  

Honda Forza 300 Maxi-scooter Coming To India?

 

Honda seems to be gearing-up to shake up the scooter segment again! A 300cc maxi-scooter called the Forza was spotted at a dealership in Delhi. The best part is that we’ve come to know about its pricing and availability as well!

Ducati Streetfighter V4 Spied In Near Production-ready Guise

 

We’ve known for a while that Ducati will be bringing the Streetfighter V4 soon at the 2019 World Ducati Premiere. Now, spy images of its near-production bike have surfaced online, giving us a hint as of what we can expect. Head on here, for our complete analysis. 

2020 Triumph Daytona 765 Production Confirmed!

 

In something that we’ve been wanting to hear for a while, Triumph has officially confirmed the 2020 Daytona for 2020! The firm will be putting in all its learnings from Moto2 into this road-legal bike. Sounds too good to be true right? Well, here’s the catch

Small Capacity MV Agustas Arriving In 2021


After Harley-Davidson, it is now MV Agusta’s turn to dip its toes in the affordable motorcycle segment. The Italian giant has tied up with a Chinese manufacturer to, mass-produce sub-400cc motorcycles
! Yes, you read that right.

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