A Husqvarna-derived 650cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine powers the SWM Superdual T, producing 53 horsepower and 53.5 Nm. Dual-channel ABS can be disengaged for extreme off-roading.
Rider satisfaction is enhanced by the chassis and in-line four engine of the Ninja 1000 crossover. Electronic cruise control, KTRC, and KCMF are included into the Versys.
The Himalayan isn't a show-stopper because RE prioritized practicality before style. The fuel-injected 411cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine develops 24.5 horsepower at 6500rpm and 32Nm at 4000-4500rpm.
A hydraulic clutch controls a 6-speed gearbox and a newly built parallel twin-cylinder, four-stroke liquidcooled 500cc engine with electronic injection that produces 45Nm of torque at 4,500rpm.
The Tracer 900, derived on the Yamaha MT-09, is fast and adventurous. With its twin headlamps and curved tank, it looks like a Yamaha motorcycle yet can withstand tar and dirt.
The 800cc engine produces 94 horsepower and has ABS, cruise control, and a "Off Road" mode that disables rear wheel ABS for improved cornering, rotation, and dirt track fun.
Its 8-valve parallel twin motor, 250mm ground clearance, and well-balanced chassis allow it to tackle tar as well as mud. It has ABS and traction control (HSTC).
A 1170cc engine with 125 horsepower, electronically adjustable ABS, traction control, and suspension make the bike ideal for cross-continent rides. The BMW 310 GS is a cheaper and weaker version.
Adventure-lovers should choose the V-Strom 1000. For less than other bikes in this segment, you get a liquid-cooled, 1037cc 90-degree V-twin engine with a five-axis Intertial Measurement Unit.
The Multistrada is a formidable challenger for sector king, despite its gorgeous Italian appearance. 1198cc V-twin engine produces 152 horsepower.