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Old 23rd October 2006, 17:09   #16
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Buy a Unicorn.

You wont go wrong with it. Looks plain, but it has a good disc, torquey engine, nimble handling, it's butter smooth and silent and dosent require too much attention apart from regular maintainance.
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Old 6th November 2006, 15:46   #17
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Default Bought???????

Was just wondering if you have taken a decision, or already bought your bike? If so which one? How do you like it?
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Old 6th November 2006, 16:48   #18
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I would personally vote for the apache , the unicorn is good doubt but dose'nt have the zing ,its more of a relaible boring bike without any real character.

the apache feels like something which will keep you entertained as you get to grips with it ,

the unicorn is like a wife and the apache is like a girlfriend ,at your age don't you think you are better of with a gf :-)
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Old 6th November 2006, 19:07   #19
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Originally Posted by cool.aquarian
Hi All,

I need your advice on which bike should i buy.
I am from Delhi, 22 yrs, height 5'7" weight: 60kg and I have just recently learnt to ride a bike.

I am looking for a bike with good looks, easy and smooth to handle in city traffic, mileage(greater than 40-45 is fine with me), maintenance and good after sales service.
My views -

I would say the TVS Victor Edge or the Bajaj Discover would suit your requirements just fine. You could consider the Honda Shine too.

Im recommending you the 125 cc bikes because you have just learnt to ride and you want a nimble bike.

Later on after a couple of years , you could shift to the 150 cc + segment.
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