Bike India

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Bike India
Executive Editor Aspi Bhathena
Year founded 2005
Company Next Gen Publishing
Country India
Language English

Bike India is a motorcycle magazine published by Next Gen Publishing Ltd.[1] The magazine was launched in 2005.[2]

Bike India is a participant, along with other leading international motorcycling publications, in the Masterbike test series. Bike India has also been chosen to be a jury member for the prestigious Indian Motorcycle of the Year award.[3]

In 2007, EMAP, which then published Bike in the UK, took a 40.1% stake in Next Gen.[4]


  1. ^ "Bike India profile", Next Gen Publishing, retrieved 28 September 2009 
  2. ^ "Press release", Next Gen Publishing, 21 July 2005, archived from the original on 20 February 2010, retrieved 28 September 2009 
  3. ^ "Honda City, Yamaha R15 bag awards", Business Standard, 18 February 2009 
  4. ^ Jemima Kiss (4 July 2007), "Emap buys stake in Indian publisher", The Guardian, retrieved 28 September 2009 

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