Hit The Road: 2017’s Highly Anticipated Motorcyles


The appetite for action and adventure is constantly increasing among the youngsters of today. Talk to them and they’ll let you know that the sheer pleasure of cruising on a bike is what sets their adrenaline rushing.

For any teenager, his motorcycle is his joy machine and words alone aren’t enough to express the joy derived from riding it. New versions and models of the motorcycles come out every year with each bike offering something unique in terms of technology, design and other features.

Here are some of the most highly anticipated motorcycles of 2017.

Kawasaki KX250F

The 2017 Kawasaki KX250F is all-new from the ground up. It features a slimmer designer, weight reduction, engine refinements and more.

Moto Guzzi MGX-21

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A distinctly styled bike billed as a bagger, dressed with a sinister stealth-black finish and equally covert-ops carbon-fiber trim and accessories. The engineering, style, design is worth every penny.

Yamaha FZ-10

A bike that allows you to ride comfortably, the FZ-10 is powerful, with the latest cross-plane crankshaft engine, an awesome slipper clutch, redesigned stainless steel exhaust, and titanium muffler.

Yamaha SCR950

The SCR950 is based on Yamaha’s popular Bolt model, involving a new chassis sub-frame, new bodywork, exhaust and foot peg mounting positions.

KTM Super Duke

This bike is more insane than ever offering an updated LC8 engine with 177bhp, body panels, key-less ignition, new mm WP fork & shock and LED headlamp and running lights.

Suzuki SV650

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After eight long years, the Suzuki SV650 is back with some key upgrades. With a new angular body shape, the 645cc V-twin engine gets new pistons and rings, along with a revised cooling system and exhaust, which bumps power up to 75bhp.

Honda CRF450RX

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Honda CRF450RX is the ultimate weapon for serious off-road competitors. It differs a bit from the “R” with an 18-inch rear wheel combination, a larger rear sprocket for a lower final-drive ratio, revised suspension damping front and rear, and a lighter spring on the shock.

BMW R1200GS Adventure Triple Black

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With disengageable integral ABS, traction control, an on-board computer, a height-adjustable saddle, stepless adjustable windscreen, a pillion adjustable fore and aft, and removable passenger pegs, the tech incorporated into this bike is top notch.

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