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R. Madhavan’s Diwali Gift to Self: A Bike Worth 40 Lacks, Quite a Beast!

R. Madhavan’s Diwali Gift to Self: A Bike Worth 40 Lacks, Quite a Beast!

Indian Roadmaster – The whole nation knows him as Maddy and adores him for his menacingly handsome looks.

After a sojourn, he is now back with a bang to take the social media by storm and his photos in salt and pepper hair with beard has become the rage overnight.

Looks like, he has aged like fine wine which is enough a reason for the ladies to go berserk. Madhavan always had a fetish for bikes and he has updated his collection with Indian Motorcycle’s flagship product, The Roadmaster. This one looks like quite a beast and the two wheeler lovers showered praise as Madhavan shared some photos of him proudly flaunting his prized possession.

Indian Roadmaster is for people who know their camp and Maddy sure falls in that count. Roadmaster is having a huge moment in the automobile industry today for obvious reasons. It is a luxury cruiser that costs a pretty fortune and has all the merits to put an array of luxury cars to shame. One has to spend a whopping amount of 40.45 lakh to call this beast his own. Madhavan is already an owner of BMW K1600 GTL, Ducati Diavel and Yamaha V-Max and now Roadmaster too joined the bandwagon.

This premium luxury bike has a vintage styling which surely stops traffic. It is adorned with classic clothing in the outside and has cutting-edge features to make the ride more comfortable. It is safe to ride in a Roadmaster and did we tell you its pretty adventurous too?

Indian Roadmaster is powered by a 1811 cc Thunderstroke 111, V-twin engine which produces 138 Nm of peak torque and is connected to a 6-speed gearbox. The other comfort features of Roadmaster that are worth a mention are: adjustable floorboards and electronically adjustable windshield.

What’s more, It comes with a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system that offers access to music, navigation and more. One can even pair a smartphone using USB and Bluetooth connectivity. No wonder, we call it a beast.

 
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