Ceat Limited has recently launched its motorcycle radial tyres under the badge Zoom Rad X1 at India Bike Week 2017 (IBW). The unveiling of the said tyres was done by Freddie Spencer, who happens to be one of the world’s greatest motorcycle racers. According to the company, Zoom Rad X1 comes with H-speed rating that provides good performance up to speeds of 210 kmph for premium bikes in the 200cc to 400cc range. The prime features of the tyres include soft and high grip compound for better leaning and cornering abilities. Ceat says that the said tyres will be best suitable for bikes like KTM Duke, Bajaj Dominar and Yamaha R15. These tyres will be available in 130/70R17, 110/70R17 and 150/60R17 size. Ceat is also the safety partner for IBW 2017 and besides the launch of Zoom Rad X1 tyre, the company is also organizing an experiential Enduro Track Session to demonstrate the grip capabilities of the product. The track will consist of off-road obstacles like gravel, slalom cones and dirt pit.
Commenting on the launch of new CEAT Zoom Rad X1 tyres, Nitish Bajaj, who is the Vice President at Marketing, CEAT Limited said, “We are very glad to launch our premium motorcycle radial tyres, Zoom Rad X1 at one of Asia’s biggest biker events – India Bike Week 2017. We have designed the Zoom Rad X1 tyres considering emerging customer trend leaning towards owning stylish, sportier and desirable premium motorcycles. As per industry experts, the luxury motorcycle market is expected to grow by 20 per cent CAGR in the next ten years. We plan to further fortify our offerings in the premium segment with more product launches in the future.”
At the unveiling of CEAT Zoom Rad X1 tyres at IBW 2017, Freddie Spencer said, “I am honoured to receive an opportunity to unveil CEAT Zoom Rad X1 tyres at IBW this year. The well-aligned features of these tyres will play a pivotal role to ensure road safety for riders. Radial tyres are best suited for sports bikes due to its flexible sidewalls that assure controlled and comfortable riding experience.”