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Honda Africa Twin

Bigger Africa Twin Confirmed!

Sep 17, 2019

Aside from the larger engine, the new Africa Twin will also pack additional goodies

Honda Showcases A Dozen Customised CB1000Rs At 2019 Wheels And Waves

Jun 19, 2019

The custom bikes were built by Honda’s dealerships and associated custom bike builders in Europe


BMW F 850 GS Adventure Launched In India

The F 850 GS Adventure is BMW’s flagship mid-displacement ADV motorcycle

2019 Honda Africa Twin: Same Price, Other Options

Apr 09, 2019

What else can you get for Rs 13.5 lakh?


2019 Honda Africa Twin Launched In India

Comes at a premium of Rs 27,000 over the last-gen model

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11 February, 2019

More Powerful Honda Africa Twin In The Works; Unveil Likely In 2019

It’s expected to receive a heap of mechanical and feature updates over the current model


20 December, 2018

All Motorcycles Launched In 2018 - Part 1

From Bajaj to Royal Enfield, we take a (brief) trip down the memory lane


26 February, 2018

Bikes You Can Buy For The Price Of A Kawasaki Z900RS

Here’s a list of bikes the ZigWheels team would buy in place of the ridiculously priced Z900RS


16 February, 2018

Honda Africa Twin: What’s New For 2018

Let's take a quick look at how Honda has bettered the already impressive Africa twin for 2018


11 December, 2017

Smaller Honda Africa Twin In The Works

The bike could possibly employ a 650-750cc engine and could make its debut at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show


08 August, 2017

Honda Africa Twin Deliveries Commence

Honda launched the Africa Twin at Rs 13.07 lakhs (ex-Delhi) and has announced that it has started deliveries of the adventure bike


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