Octane is the premium range of bicycles from Hero and they are aimed at giving out more performance focused rides at an affordable price while looking aesthetic. From the hardtail MTB range we got the opportunity to test ride the Hero Octane Gyrfalcon 29 and here is what we thought.
Weight: 16 kgs
Svitch is a new entrant to the bicycle industry. This Indian brand specializes in folding Electric Bicycles. There are 2 models which Svitch have launched and we got the opportunity to test ride the Svitch XE+ folding electric bicycle and here is what we thought.
Weight: 24kgs (Including battery)
The Taiwanese brand Giant is one of world’s leading bicycle manufacturers. They have bicycles for professionals as well as for amateur riders. Having great technology and design capability in every bicycle they make, brings out top-notch quality in all aspects. We got the opportunity to check out the Giant Reign 2 (2019) and here is what we thought.
Weight: 14.5 kgs
V-Brakes have been around for as long as bicycles have been in existence, and they used to be the only braking option available on bicycles. Disc brakes came in much, much later. The beauty of V-Brakes is that though they may be prone to wear and tear faster, they are easy to maintain and cost effective to do so, as well. Furthermore, you do not have to have a lot of experience with bicycle maintenance to be able to keep your brakes strong and powerful! Here are a few tips to keep your V-brakes working well. Simple and easy to perform, they will help you keep your braking system working efficiently right from day one.