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Weekly Bike News Wrapup: New RE Himalayan Leaked, Updated Triumph Speed Triple Incoming, 2021 Honda CBR150R Launched And More


A lot of exciting things on the horizon in the two-wheeled world

 

2021 is all set to be an eventful year in the motorcycling world, with good news coming thick and fast. Here’s everything that you may have missed out on over the last seven days:

New Triumph Speed Triple 1200 Incoming

As the heavyweight naked arena heats up, Triumph is planning to make a comeback with its legendary Speed Triple. Complete with a swollen 1200cc displacement figure, sophisticated electronics and fancy features, the incoming bike has been teased by Triumph, and an official unveil on January 26.

2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan Leaked

2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan To Launch Soon

It’s already been spotted testing with the Tripper navigation pod, and now studio shots of the 2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan have come to light, revealing new paint schemes and other minor changes. To know more about the changes and when to expect the updated Himalayan, check out our story here. In related news, RE’s 650cc twin cylinder range is now coming fitted with CEAT tyres.

2021 Honda CBR150R Launched Overseas

Once a favourite among buyers in India, the Honda CBR150R still continues to enjoy success overseas. So much so, that Honda has just comprehensively updated the bike with a new CBR250RR-inspired look, a slipper clutch and even an upside-down separate function fork from Showa. So, will the updated bike return to India? Find out in our story here.

Bajaj Hikes Prices Of Various Models

Unfortunately, it can’t always be good news, and so there are some saddening developments to report as well. Bajaj has once again upped prices for various models, including the entirety of the popular Pulsar range, the Avenger cruisers, and the Dominar range of power cruisers.

TVS Apache Range Becomes Dearer

TVS Apache RTR 160, RTR 200 4V, And RR 310 Price Hiked For 2021

A long-time nemesis of the Bajaj Pulsar lineup, the TVS Apache range of performance bikes has also now become more expensive thanks to a recent price hike by the manufacturer. No model has been spared and the increments are as high as Rs 3,000 in some cases.

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