A new 650cc Royal Enfield undergoing tests, Vespa Racing Sixties limited edition launch, and many more such stories fetched the buyer’s and enthusiast’s attention in the last week. Although we promptly covered each one of them on BikeWale, there were a few stories which deserve a second glance and here’s a quick round-up of them.
Vespa launched the new Racing Sixties limited edition models of the SXL 125 and SXL 150 scooters in India. While the former is priced at Rs 1.20 lakh, the latter costs Rs 1.32 lakh. This version pays homage to Vespa’s racing scooters from 1960 with a white paint job along with red stripes across its bodywork. It also sports golden alloy wheels which make it look more premium. In terms of cycle parts and engine, the Racing Sixties editions of the SXL 125 and SXL 150 remain identical to their standard counterparts.
Suzuki introduced the funky-looking blue colour option for its 125cc maxi-scooter, the Burgman Street 125, in India. Priced at Rs 79,700, it costs the same as the rest of the paint schemes. Now, there are a total of five colour options available for the Burgman Street which also include matte grey, matte black, matte red and white. Powering the Burgman Street BS6 is a 125cc, fuel-injected, air-cooled engine which produces 8.7bhp and 10Nm. The list of