Top 5 Bike News Of The Week: Yamaha Fascino 125, Ray ZR 125, MT-15 BS6 Launched, BS6 Apache RR 310 Spied & More!

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Weekly Wrapup Dec 2

The BS6 revolution as well as electrics gained momentum this week with several launches and spy shots. Yamaha finally entered the 125cc scooter segment and TVS is gearing up with its BS6-compliant bikes too. Here are the top five two-wheeler news of the week:

Yamaha launches Fascino 125 Fi, unveils BS6 MT-15, Ray ZR 125 Fi:

Yamaha made its debut in the 125cc segment with the launch of the new Fascino 125 Fi. The Japanese manufacturer has discontinued its 110cc scooters in the country and is replacing them with the 125cc models. This is likely because the upcoming BS6 emission are pushing the prices of 110cc scooters closer to that of 125cc scooters and Yamaha probably felt it might as well launch a BS6-compliant 125cc scooter for that kind of premium.

BS6 TVS Apache RR 310 spied:

The BS6-compliant iteration of TVS’ flagship motorcycle, the Apache RR 310 was spotted testing early this week. Shortly after, it was spotted again at the Madras Motor Race Track for a commercial shoot, possibly indicating its imminent launch. Apart from BS6 compliance, the motorcycle is set to become quite geek-friendly with a whole list of features!

Husqvarna 401 twins launch timeline revealed:

Husqvarna surprised us with the unveiling of the 250 twins in the country, at the India Bike Week. If you’re an enthusiast waiting for the 401 twins, we have good news for you.

Xiaomi Qicycle e-bicycle launched:

Xiaomi has launched yet another electric pedal-assisted bicycle, the Qicycle in China. Apart from the assurance of pedal power when you run out of juice, the most interesting aspect of this bicycle is that it is foldable and costs as much as a premium mid-range smartphone!

Energica electric superbikes India bound:

Italian electric motorcycle manufacturer Energica intends to enter the Indian market with its electric superbike offerings. Us enthusiasts are pretty stoked because Energica’s e-bikes offer performance equivalent to that of a litre-class motorcycle and a range that rivals full-sized electric cars! Here’s when the brand is likely to electrify our market.

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