Weekly Bike News Wrapup: New Dukes Incoming, Aprilia SXR 125 Price Revealed, Royal Enfield Hunter Spotted Again and More!

Your weekly dose of updates from the world of two-wheelers

The year is turning out to be quite interesting for motorcycling enthusiasts with all the new two-wheelers heading our way. This week was all about the updates on some of these highly anticipated models:

2022 KTM 125 Duke, 250 Duke Spotted Testing
KTM fans have a lot to rejoice about this year. While the launch of the new RC 390 around the corner, the Austrian marque has already begun testing the next generation of the 125 Duke and 250 Duke. The bikes were spotted testing in Europe and everything from the frame to the wheels and brakes have been updated. While the new Dukes may still be a year away, we may not have to wait much longer for the 790 Duke BS6. Find out the reason in this story.

More Details Of The Yamaha FZ-X Emerge
Last year, we reported the Japanese brand is working on a new model based on the FZ series. Now, a new leaked document reveals whether the bike will be based on the FZ 25 or the FZ-Fi Version 3. To find out if this will be Yamaha’s answer to the likes of Hero XPulse 200, read this story.

Aprilia SXR 125 Price Revealed
Barely a fortnight after Aprilia commenced pre-bookings for the SXR 125, we managed to get our hands on the price of the maxi-styled scooter and it is not what we expected. Has the Italian brand managed to price it at par with its arch-rival, the Suzuki Burgman Street? Find out in this story.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Spotted Testing Again
It seems the tease with Royal Enfield’s new bike is never-ending. The Hunter 350’s new spy shots bring out some rather interesting details, including a close-up view of the instrument console. To check out the images of the new RE, read this story.

Yamaha MT-15 Dual-channel ABS To Launch Soon
Ever since the debut of Yamaha R15’s naked sibling, there’s been quite a tussle to justify its price tag, especially since the bike misses out on an aluminum swingarm and a dual-channel ABS. Now, Yamaha is making amends by giving the MT-15 ABS at the rear wheel. Will the brand manage to retain its price? Find out in this story.

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