Bajaj Discover Episode: 1.01
Bajaj Discover again
Crumbling Roads (1.05) - 41:04 - :
Honda Activa Episode: 1.02
Honda Activa facelifted version.
Bajaj Chetak Episode: 1.02
Another one at Pushed to the Ledge (#1.02) - 25:31 - :
From Explosive Cargo (1.10) - 37:25 - :
Bajaj Pulsar Episode: 1.02
I think that's a Tata LPT1613 but I'm not entirely sure. That is for the bike. The one you are talking about is Rick Yemm's Tata 1613 as shown at /vehicle_345788-Tata-1613.html
The highlighted bike is a Bajaj Pulsar 180.
Bajaj Chetak Episode: 1.03
Bajaj Chetak, I think.
Royal Enfield unknown Episode: 1.05
Roual Enfield Did you mean Royal Enfield?
Ou Honda Hero?
Royal Enfield Bullet Episode: 1.09
Dave Redmon rented this cycle to follow up at the next day making sure the Rohtang Pass is open or not. Pile of Corpses (1.09): Royal-Enfield Model is probably Bullet Already origin India? I suppose though it's based on an old British design from the 50s it has been changed a lot over the years since they moved production to India. Is it correct, as I've read it in my classic car-magazine, that the whole production-tools were brought to India, after it was stopped in Britain? Same as with the tools of many other now Indian-made cars, vans, trucks, etc? Happened with the old Morris Oxford which became the Hindustani Ambassador, Vauxhall Victor [FE I think], Rover SD1 (became the Standard 2000). Any others? Also the Fiat 1100 becoming the Padmani. Also with the whole stuff for making "Tempo"-vans and threewheelers. Maybe with the Mercedes T1-tools, too. Vauxhall Victor begat the Hindustan Contessa. On the bikes it seems that they were license made copies to start with. Interestingly, there was an article in the motoring section of my morning newspaper today on these bikes.
Indeed we have some Contessa on the base: /vehicles.php?make=Hindustan&model=Contessa&modelMatch=1&modelInclModel=on
Yamaha YBR125 Episode: 1.09
Yamaha YBR 125