THE XBHP MAGAZINE: INDIA’S PRIDE
Translating its success as an online community and with the express purpose of providing the Indian motorcycling milieu a larger, more concrete and stronger platform in the print media, xBhp launched a bi-monthly magazine on September 27, 2010, starting with its October 2010 inaugural issue. The magazine has been created around the theme ‘I, the Biker’ and puts the motorcyclist ahead of the motorcycle in context. This magazine has evolved from a long process of development and focuses on elevating motorcycling from a necessity driven activity to a lifestyle choice. It provides content that puts forth motorcycling in its full wholesome avatar and delves into travel on bikes, safe riding practices and emphasizing that motorcycling is as much a cerebral activity as it is a physical one. The xBhp magazine is a print analogue to a democratic tool that’s for, by and about the Indian motorcyclist.
For the motorcycling community of India, this magazine is a means of spreading its message of safe, responsible and fun motorcycling. With the ultimate aim of truly globalizing the Indian motorcyclist, xBhp has taken this small step in the print world. A step that we firmly believe will turn out to be a giant leap for the entire two-wheeler fraternity of this nation. The key differentiators of this magazine will be its focus on people, travel on motorcycles, high quality of photos, minimum syndicated content and most importantly the flavour of freedom and youth.
December 2019 – January 2020 Issue
In this issue of the xBhp Magazine, we bring to you a collection of probably the quirkiest set of wheels that you can drive (or ride)… Trikes. And not just one but 4 ½ of them; Yamaha Niken, Polaris Slingshot, Can-Am Spyder F3, Rewaco GT and our indigenous 3-wheelers. Apart from that, this issue has the reviews of two e-bikes; Hero Townmaster and the Hero Lectro EHX 20. And since it’s the December-January issue, this issue brings to you some of the best bikes from EICMA.
We also rode the Suzuki Katana and the Indian FTR 1200 in Australia and this issue aims to share those experiences of ours with you. In addition to that, learn the art of cornering with JK Tyre MAX: Riding the Curves. We also organized #xBhpDominarMeet in 6 cities and with this issue, you can find out how they went.