Jan 10, 2010

1 Auto Expo 2010 Coverage: Videos of Bikes (in HD)

Videos of bikes displayed at the 2010 Auto Expo.. by BikeAdvice.in

Reports have been coming in that the 2010 Auto Expo has been so crowded, that many guys had to come out of the venue instead of visiting the pavilions.

For those who have not yet visited the Auto Expo or those who visited, yet missed catching a glimpse of the bikes displayed, Deepak from www.BikeAdvice.in has shot a few videos (in HD) and uploaded them on YouTube. A bit of commentary along with the footage could have made it more interesting and informative.. but still, thanks Deepak for the videos and the effort.


Video of the recently launched Bajaj Pulsar 135LS. Currently on sale in showrooms.






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Video of the recently launched 110 cc, Honda CB Twister. Should be available in showrooms in a month or two.





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Video of the new 125 cc, 2010 Honda CBF Stunner. Should be available in showrooms soons.






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Video of the SZ Concept from Yamaha motors. Details of the bike have not yet been disclosed by Yamaha motors.





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Video of the new 150 cc, 2010 Limited Edition (White Color with no tech changes) Yamaha R15. Should be available in showrooms from February 2010.




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Video of the 500 cc, Bullet Classic. Currently on sale in India.







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Video of the 500 cc, Bullet Classic in Military Green color.

Those who are expecting to buy this model in India, eat your heart out. This is an export model, so either get settled abroad or join the Army (for that color).

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Video of the 500 cc, Bullet Classic in chrome.

This too probably is an export model, but who knows..




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Video of the 350 cc, Bullet Electra with UCE engine.

All Royal Enfield bikes are getting the UCE (Unit Contruction Engine) from Feb 2010.



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Video of the 350 cc, Thunderbird Twinspark.







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Video of Harley Davidson bikes:




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1 Comments:

Sajal said...

Thanks to Deepak and Thank to you Payeng Dude for sharing!!

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