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OD Rewind: Most popular bike videos in 2016

01 Jan 2017  /  0

2017 KTM 390 Duke first look from EICMA 2016

Undoubtedly the most anticipated bike of the year, the new 390 Duke finally broke cover at EICMA 2016. Shumi, as usual, gave us an in-depth look at everything new on the KTM. No wonder this is one of our most popular videos to date.

Royal Enfield Himalayan vs KTM 200 Duke vs Mahindra Mojo

The question that everybody had been asking since the launch of the Royal Enfield Himalayan  was finally answered when we compared the bike to its closest rivals, the KTM 200 Duke and the Mahindra Mojo.

Royal Enfield Himalayan – Quick review by OVERDRIVE

Whenever a new bike is out, curiosity around it is at its peak. The Himalayan was one of the most anticipated launches of 2016, and the quick review video has the information one needs to understand what the bike is all about.

First Look: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

The Apache is a very popular motorcycle and when TVS decided to launch an all-new Apache, we were quite excited. A few laps around TVS’ test track gave us a quick impression about the bike and found that the bike held a lot of promise. It’s our 2017 Bike of the Year and the 2017 India Bike of the Year. Watch Ashok’s first impressions in the video.

Kawasaki Versys 650 vs Triumph Tiger 800

This was the adventure tourer comparison of the year. Two very capable machines slugged it out hard to determine which one makes the most sense. We had a great time testing these bikes. Watch the video to know what these bikes are all about.



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