YouTubers these days bring the top speed and acceleration tests of recently launched bikes so that people could get an idea of the real-world performance.
This video captures the top speed and acceleration test of the recently launched TVS Ronin. TVS has brought the Ronin to compete against the massively popular Bajaj Pulsar 250. This, as one would imagine, is an arduous task. Nevertheless, TVS aims to grab at least some share of the massive market share which is constantly growing. Let us check out the top speed and acceleration of the TVS Ronin 225.
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TVS Ronin Top Speed & Acceleration Test
The YouTuber starts the video on his bike in rainy conditions. He chooses a straight road to test the maximum speed possible in each gear. In the first gear, he was able to achieve 43 km/h before he shifted to the second gear which enabled him to reach the top speed of 67 km/h. Shifting to 3rd gear propels the bike to the maximum speed of 91 km/h. The top speed of the motorcycle is limited to 120 km/h which is achieved in the 4th gear. However, the rider struggled to get such a long empty stretch of road where the bike could achieve the top speed in 4th gear.
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The TVS Ronin is powered by a new 225-cc motor that offers 20 bhp of max power and 20 Nm of peak torque. It is paired with a 5-speed gearbox. The fuel mileage is rated to be 30-35 km/l which is quite healthy and could attract tons of buyers. The bike comes with USD forks at the front and a mono-shock unit at the back. There are disc brakes on both wheels with a dual-channel ABS system on the top trim. The prices of the TVS Ronin range from Rs 1.49 lakh to Rs 1.71 lakh, ex-showroom.
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In inference, we would like to caution our readers to not try such stunts on roads yourself. The YouTubers are professionals who take all the safety precautions which might not be visible in the video. Stay safe and make sure you always follow the traffic rules. How did you like this acceleration test video of the TVS Ronin?