Best Bikes For Tall Riders

Here is a list of the best bikes for tall riders in India. Check out these top-ranked bikes for tall riders including prices, specifications, features, variants, and more.

  • 1 . Mahindra Mojo

    New Mahindra Mojo
    Street | 295 CC
    1,65,500 Onwards
    The Mahindra Mojo had undergone extensive research and testing before the motorcycle was launched. The Mojo is offered with a 21-litre fuel tank that suits its touring purpose, along with upside down front forks, disc brakes at both ends, and a host of accessories to spec up the Mojo. The Mojo is Mahindra’s flagship offering and is powered by a 295cc, single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that makes 26.4bhp and 30Nm of torque, paired to a 6-speed gearbox.
  • 2 . Royal Enfield Himalayan

    New Royal Enfield Himalayan
    Street | 411 CC
    1,63,338 Onwards
    The Royal Enfield Himalayan is the company’s first take on an adventure model, with long travel suspension, and other essentials that would allow the bike to be ridden on and off the road. The Royal Enfield Himalayan is built on an all-new platform and gets a new engine as well. The Royal Enfield Himalayan is powered by a new 411cc, single-cylinder oil and air-cooled engine that makes 24.5bhp and 32Nm of torque, mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The Himalayan also features disc brakes at both ends, along with a 21-inch front wheel, and a 17-inch rear tyre.
  • 3 . Royal Enfield Bullet 500

    New Royal Enfield Bullet 500
    Cruisers | 499 CC
    1,55,364 Onwards
    The Royal Enfield Bullet 500 is a modern day motorcycle, with looks that date back to the mid-50s. The Bullet 500 still features the classic, hand-made pinstripes that are unique to Royal Enfields. Powering the Royal Enfield Bullet 500 is a 499cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine that makes 26bhp and 40.9Nm of torque, paired to a 5-speed gearbox. The fueling system is a carburettor, and the up front, the Bullet 500 gets a disc brake. The motorcycle also features an electric start.
  • 4 . Bajaj Pulsar 220F

    New Bajaj Pulsar 220F
    Street | 220 CC
    89,492 Onwards
    The once ‘Fastest Indian’, the Bajaj Pulsar 220F was the company’s attempt at making a performance oriented motorcycle. It also has the price advantage over its competitors and is still famous amongst youngsters looking for a performance oriented motorcycle on a budget. Powering the Bajaj Pulsar 220F is a 220cc, single-cylinder air and oil-cooled DTS-i engine that produces 21bhp and 19Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and returns a mileage of 38km/l.
  • 5 . TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

    New TVS Apache RTR 200 4V
    Street | 197.75 CC
    88,300 Onwards
    The TVS Apache has been the performance brand for TVS, and the latest edition is the RTR 200 4V, which competes in the 200cc segment. The RTR 200 receives distinct styling features that set it apart from its siblings and is priced competitively. The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is powered by a 197.7cc, single-cylinder air and oil-cooled engine mated to a 5-speed gearbox that produces 20.7bhp and 18Nm of torque. The RTR 200 4V weighs 148kg.
  • 6 . KTM 390 Duke

    New KTM 390 Duke
    Street | 373.2 CC
    2,34,900 Onwards
    The KTM 390 Duke managed to raise the performance and value for money bar high up, and has maintained it. The KTM 390 Duke offers performance that put most four-cylinder bikes in this category to shame, and holds the crown as the fastest street bike in India. The KTM 390 Duke is powered by a 373cc, single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that makes 44bhp and 35Nm of torque, with the help of a 6-speed gearbox. The Duke 390 is the perfect motorcycle to be ridden in the city for daily commute and on long highway trips.
  • 7 . Kawasaki Versys 650

    New Kawasaki Versys 650
    Street | 649 CC
    6,60,000 Onwards
    The Kawasaki Versys 650 features similar design language as its bigger sibling, the Versys 1000. The Kawasaki Versys 650 is based on the same platform as the Ninja 650 and shares the engine too. Powering the Kawasaki Versys 650 is a 649cc, liquid-cooled twin-cylinder engine that makes 67bhp and 64Nm of torque, paired to a 6-speed gearbox. Other features include long travel front suspension, tall touring visor, and a 21-litre fuel tank.
  • 8 . Triumph Tiger 800 XR

    New Triumph Tiger 800 XR
    Street | 800 CC
    10,53,000 Onwards
    The Triumph Tiger is a capable off-roader although it features some ‘luxury’ features such as heated seats and grips, height adjustable windshield, ABS, traction control, adjustable suspension, and mobile charging sockets to tackle long highway trips. The Triumph Tiger is powered by an 800cc, liquid-cooled, three-cylinder engine that makes a healthy 94bhp 74Nm of torque with the help of a 6-speed gearbox. The Triumph Tiger XR tips the scale at 213kg.
  • 9 . Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500

    New Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500
    Cruisers | 499 CC
    1,78,118 Onwards
    The Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500 is the ‘bullet’ in its ultimate touring setup. The Thunderbird 500 features forward slung foot pegs, wider, taller handlebar for a relaxed riding posture, and other top-of-the-line bits like LED tail lamps, projector headlights, and disc brakes at both ends. The Thunderbird 500 shares its engine with the Classic 500 range, which is a fuel injected, 499cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine that makes 27bhp and 41Nm of torque, mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
  • 10 . BMW R1200 GS Adventure

    New BMW R1200 GS Adventure
    Street | 1170 CC
    26,44,746 Onwards
    The BMW R 1200 GS Adventure is made for long rides across continents with the ability to take on any terrain when the tarmac ends. It is essentially a more capable version of the R 1200 GS and is around one inch taller, wider and longer, whereas the ground clearance is 0.5 inches higher too. The BMW R 1200 GS Adventure is powered by a liquid-cooled, 1170 cc, flat-twin DOHC engine with a maximum power output of 123bhp and a peak torque output of 125Nm.
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