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NAGPUR: It has been nearly five years since a new bike was unveiled at a bike show in India.
Since then, the country’s first motorcycle maker has launched several iterations of the iconic, multi-coloured, four-stroke, two-stroke and single-cylinder machine.
In the meantime, the state-run Indian Motorcycle Corporation has been busy on the new bike.
The first production models of the new models have been launched in India on November 6.
But it is not just about the new bikes.
The bike maker has also launched its own motorcycle accessories line, called Indian Motorcycles and is now planning to launch the first motorcycle accessories from 2019.
The Indian Motorcyclists (IM) group has already introduced a range of accessories and now it is planning to create a new range of motorcycle accessories, including a range for children, which will include a range that has been designed specifically for kids, as per reports in the Hindustan Times.
“It is a very interesting market,” IM CEO Rajesh Kumar said in a recent interview with The Hindu.
“The idea behind the motorcycle accessories is to help children learn to ride.”
India’s motorcycle makers have been making motorcycles for more than 100 years.
The country has a large motorcycle population, with around 1.5 million registered motorcycle enthusiasts.
The motorcycle market has also been the main driver of growth for the country, with the country growing from around a million motorcycles in 1960 to over 4 million in 2016.
The country has more than 500 motorcycle factories and around 4,000 different models.
It is estimated that nearly 90 percent of motorcycle enthusiasts in India ride their bikes in cities.
The biggest motorcycle manufacturers are Hindustani-based Bharatiya Mazdas word, which has a strong presence in the country.
However, Indian Motorcycling has a smaller presence in India, with just a few motorcycle factories in the state of Gujarat.
The group is currently working on setting up a new factory in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.