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Day: December 7, 2016

Silent film on how motorcycles were built before the assembly lines
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Silent film on how motorcycles were built before the assembly lines

Ever wondered what manufacturing was like back when vehicles were truly hand-assembled? Assembly plants. these days,  are incredibly automated. Here's a silent film shot back in the early 1900s, and it shows a Rover Imperial motorcycle coming together. Workers cast the cylinders, machine the crank, and assemble the engine, all without the help of advanced machines or modern tools. Courtesy: Youtube and roadandtrack.com
Fortis La Femme Motarde- women’s bike rally in support of Breast Cancer Awareness organized
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Fortis La Femme Motarde- women’s bike rally in support of Breast Cancer Awareness organized

Fortis La Femme organized Motarde, a women’s only bike rally in support of Breast Cancer Awareness on November 27, 2016 in Bangalore and on 4th December, 2016. The Motarde witnessed over a 100 women riders on the road at the same time, riding for a noble cause. Fortis La Femme also honored Cancer Survivors at the closing ceremony, wherein the survivors had also shared their experiences and highlight the importance of early detection. Fortis La Femme, New Delhi is the first under the La Femme brand and is a well-known medical institution in the city. Press Release: December 7, 2016, Delhi Fortis La Femme has organized a Motarde, a women’s only bike rally in support of Breast Cancer Awareness taking place today. Breast cancer is now the most common cancer in most cities in In...
Japanese to take on the British with Kawasaki W800 retro motorcycle in India
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Japanese to take on the British with Kawasaki W800 retro motorcycle in India

The '60s-styled Kawasaki W800 motorcycle is ready to take on the likes of Triumph Bonneville T100 and the upcoming 750cc motorcycle from Royal Enfield. Spotted at a dealer in Pune hints that the bike should be launched pretty soon. Why the British should be worried? It's Japanese! The W800 isn’t British but the styling is very, very authentic. The idea of this motorcycle is to give a feel like of the 1960s – something with proper character but blended with perfect new age engineering and technology. Do not expect  oil leaks and less reliable electrics !! What it gets? Classy looking long seat reminds of classic motorcycles "W" logo designed on tank, finished in chrome gives emphasis to the fact that it was derived from Kawasaki’s W650 range in the '60s. Simple, ...