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Royal Enfield Bobber 830, electric Harley Davidson: Hits from EICMA 2018 that you can't miss

The EICMA motorcycle expo held every year in Milan is perhaps the most awaited auto expos, especially by motorcycle enthusiasts. Here are some of the bikes showcased at the 2018 EICMA.

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The EICMA motorcycle expo held every year in Milan is perhaps the most awaited auto expo, especially for motorcycle enthusiasts. Manufacturers show off their latest and greatest along with prototypes and concepts of bikes that can be. Here are some of the bikes showcased at the 2018 EICMA. (Image source: Royal Enfield)
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The EICMA motorcycle expo held every year in Milan is perhaps the most awaited auto expo, especially for motorcycle enthusiasts. Manufacturers show off their latest and greatest along with prototypes and concepts of bikes that can be. Here are some of the bikes showcased at the 2018 EICMA. (Image source: Royal Enfield)

Royal Enfield Concept KX | The Royal Enfield Concept KX is a bobber-styled Royal Enfield based on the company's 1938 KX. Blending in retro and modern elements, the bike also features an 838cc engine co-developed by Royal Enfield and Polaris Industries, which owns Indian Motorcycles. (Image source: Royal Enfield)
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Royal Enfield Concept KX | The Royal Enfield Concept KX is a bobber-styled Royal Enfield based on the company's 1938 KX. Blending in retro and modern elements, the bike also features an 838cc engine co-developed by Royal Enfield and Polaris Industries, which owns Indian Motorcycles. (Image source: Royal Enfield)

Harley-Davidson Livewire | The Harley-Davidson Livewire was first unveiled in 2014 and now four years hence, Harley confirms that the electric bike will go on sale in 2019. It is powered by a permanent magnet electric motor and fuelled by Rechargeable Energy Storage System (RESS) – lithium-ion batteries – surrounded by a cast-aluminium housing. (Image source: Harley-Davidson)
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Harley-Davidson Livewire | The Harley-Davidson Livewire was first unveiled in 2014 and now four years hence, Harley confirms that the electric bike will go on sale in 2019. It is powered by a permanent magnet electric motor and fuelled by Rechargeable Energy Storage System (RESS) – lithium-ion batteries – surrounded by a cast-aluminium housing. (Image source: Harley-Davidson)

BMW S 1000 RR | The second generation BMW S 1000 RR does away with its unique asymmetrical design and sheds close to 14.5 kg of weight. The bike also gets a new inline-four engine which produces 207 PS of power and 100 Nm of peak torque. (Image source: BMW)
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BMW S 1000 RR | The second generation BMW S 1000 RR does away with its unique asymmetrical design and sheds close to 14.5 kg of weight. The bike also gets a new inline-four engine which produces 207 PS of power and 100 Nm of peak torque. (Image source: BMW)

Benelli TRK 250 | The much awaited Benelli TRK 250 was finally unveiled. Powered by a 249cc liquid-cooled engine the Adventure tourer gets 24.5 PS of power and 21 Nm of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a 6-speed gearbox. (Image source: Benelli)
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Benelli TRK 250 | The much awaited Benelli TRK 250 was finally unveiled. Powered by a 249cc liquid-cooled engine the Adventure tourer gets 24.5 PS of power and 21 Nm of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a 6-speed gearbox. (Image source: Benelli)

Hero Xpulse concepts | With the XPulse 200 not making an appearance at this auto show either, Hero Motocorp did give us four concepts to gawk at: XPulse 200 Scrambler, XPulse 200 Café Racer, XPulse 200 Desert and XPulse 200 Flat Tracker. All the bikes will be based on the XPulse 200 but will sport slightly different styling and components to perform different duties. (Image source: Hero Motorcorp)
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Hero Xpulse concepts | With the XPulse 200 not making an appearance at this auto show either, Hero Motocorp did give us four concepts to gawk at: XPulse 200 Scrambler, XPulse 200 Café Racer, XPulse 200 Desert and XPulse 200 Flat Tracker. All the bikes will be based on the XPulse 200 but will sport slightly different styling and components to perform different duties. (Image source: Hero Motorcorp)

KTM Adventure 790 | The Adventure 790 and Adventure 790 R are the adventure tourer versions of the Duke 790. Armed with long travel suspension, bigger rim sizes and off-road styling, these bikes get KTM's newly developed 799cc parallel-twin engine which churns out 103 PS and 86 Nm of peak torque. (Image source: KTM)
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KTM Adventure 790 | The Adventure 790 and Adventure 790 R are the adventure tourer versions of the Duke 790. Armed with long travel suspension, bigger rim sizes and off-road styling, these bikes get KTM's newly developed 799cc parallel-twin engine which churns out 103 PS and 86 Nm of peak torque. (Image source: KTM)

Aprilia RS 660 | The Aprilia RS 660 is going to be the base model for the 600cc segment the company plans to introduce. The concept's 660cc engine is derived has been derived from the Aprilia RSV4's 1100cc engine and will produce close to 100 PS of power and 90 Nm of torque. (Image source: Aprilia)
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Aprilia RS 660 | The Aprilia RS 660 is going to be the base model for the 600cc segment the company plans to introduce. The concept's 660cc engine is derived has been derived from the Aprilia RSV4's 1100cc engine and will produce close to 100 PS of power and 90 Nm of torque. (Image source: Aprilia)

MV Agusta Superveloce 800 | A perfect blend of retro styling mixed in with supersport DNA and a hint of steampunk elements, the Superveloce 800 is based on the F3 800 supersport. Wrapped in carbon fibre bodywork, the Superveloce gets a 798cc three-cylinder producing 146 PS and 88 Nm. (Image source: MV Agusta)
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MV Agusta Superveloce 800 | A perfect blend of retro styling mixed in with supersport DNA and a hint of steampunk elements, the Superveloce 800 is based on the F3 800 supersport. Wrapped in carbon fibre bodywork, the Superveloce gets a 798cc three-cylinder producing 146 PS and 88 Nm. (Image source: MV Agusta)

Honda CB650R | The Honda CB650R is a Neo Café Racer with minimalistic design. It features a 649cc inline-four that produces 95 PS and 64 Nm of torque. (Image source: Honda)
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Honda CB650R | The Honda CB650R is a Neo Café Racer with minimalistic design. It features a 649cc inline-four that produces 95 PS and 64 Nm of torque. (Image source: Honda)

Suzuki Katana | Launched in October, the Suzuki Katana was showcased even at the 2018 EICMA. Built as an homage to the old classic, the Katana is based on the GSX-S1000 naked motorcycle. It is powered by a 999cc inline-four cylinder producing 152 PS of power ad 105 Nm of torque. (Image source: Suzuki)
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Suzuki Katana | Launched in October, the Suzuki Katana was showcased even at the 2018 EICMA. Built as an homage to the old classic, the Katana is based on the GSX-S1000 naked motorcycle. It is powered by a 999cc inline-four cylinder producing 152 PS of power ad 105 Nm of torque. (Image source: Suzuki)

First Published on Nov 9, 2018 06:52 pm
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