Suggest Bike for commute to Office

Suggest Bike for commute to Office

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Hi All,

Need a bike for daily office commute.Please Suggest –

Things to Note :

1.The road is not good, semi full of potholes & mud

2.I am a first time rider.So 110CC or 125CC is fine

3. the commute is about 9 km.repair garages almost non existent.need something reliable.

4.Every one is suggesting a Honda.Even the bike I am sharing my rides in, is a Honda Shine

What do you guys think?

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You can buy. Or passion pro

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Arey dhoom wala bike chalao mast lagega

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Bro, as the road way is not so smooth, i suggest a gearless bike for you, as you may strain yourself during the ride handling the clutch, gears breaks all together.

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varunurav wrote:

Bro, as the road way is not so smooth, i suggest a gearless bike for you, as you may strain yourself during the ride handling the clutch, gears breaks all together.

You got anything in mind?

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Dude, you have a lot of time for this i guess toungueout

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kipte.khoka wrote:

You got anything in mind?

Active 6g and all is actually shit.
I will prefer dio or jupiter wink

Take a test drive and you will get to know the rest.

#JJ wink

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Honda Shine is a good option. Opt for tubeless tyres & front disc brake, as the road conditions are not good.
Non-geared ones might appear comfortable & handy for small rides, but might be a pain for occasional longer rides. Due to bad roads, they will need frequent maintenance, as ground clearance will be less.

From my personal experience, I would request you to avoid Jupiter, if you are looking for a fuel efficient vehicle. My 8 yrs old Honda Unicorn has an average of 45-50 kmpl, whereas a new Jupiter is giving an average of less than 40kmpl.

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Cheaper the bike, cheaper the maintenance.

Buy a gear bicycle or CD100. Low purchase value, low insurance, higher fuel efficiency, lowest maintenance.

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On-n-Off wrote:

Honda Shine is a good option. Opt for tubeless tyres & front disc brake, as the road conditions are not good.
Non-geared ones might appear comfortable & handy for small rides, but might be a pain for occasional longer rides. Due to bad roads, they will need frequent maintenance, as ground clearance will be less.

From my personal experience, I would request you to avoid Jupiter, if you are looking for a fuel efficient vehicle. My 8 yrs old Honda Unicorn has an average of 45-50 kmpl, whereas a new Jupiter is giving an average of less than 40kmpl.

Thanks.Even I am looking at Honda Shine/shine sp

Not looking at scooters at all, thanks.One of my colleagues has crashed his Hero scooter thrice due to bad road conditions, in the last eight months

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Amolverma.6 wrote:

Arey dhoom wala bike chalao mast lagega

nahi yaar woh batman wali zada achi rahegi

op final karde

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Harish.agarwal wrote:

nahi yaar woh batman wali zada achi rahegi

op final karde

Baat to Sahi hai aapki mileage bhi Accha hai batman wali bike ki.

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