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TVS Ronin Flat Track bike revealed at MotoSoul 2023

Written by Kanad Kalasur

TVS has successfully completed the first day of the MotoSoul 2023. The Ultimate Biking Festival is now in its second year.

TVS MotoSoul 2023

The event was filled with fun and exciting activities. TVS also unveiled a range of customisation options based on the recently launched TVS Ronin. The Ronin is based on a modern retro offering. TVS wants to use this new platform to offer multiple engagements with customers.

TVS Flat Track Experience

On the first day of MotoSoul 2023, TVS also announced the launch of TVS Flat Track. This is said to offer a wide range of experiences to the racing enthusiast. Apart from this, the company also celebrated 5 million strong global community of TVS Apache and Ronin owners. Once again, the main aim of this festival is to bring the community of riders and performance enthusiasts together. And celebrate the participants camaraderie and passion for motorcycling.

With excitement levels high at the MotoSoul, TVS also announced its entry into a new form of racing – Flat Track Racing. Based on the TVS Ronin, this will create a new breed of racing enthusiasts. Based on TVS Racing’s rich legacy of over 40 years, the Flat Track Racing had been specially crafted on a new format. Additionally, thanks to Ronin’s versatility and free-spirited nature of the motorcycle, it is bound to wow the enthusiasts. With this, TVS Motors’ commitment to train and encourage their clients to experience this racing format will allow them into the art of racing.

To this effect, the Ronin Flat Track bike has been unveiled. The bike is based on the TVS Ronin and gets track ready features. This includes removal of headlamp, number marking on the bike and a single seat for the rider. Finished in a white and blue paint scheme, the bike is ready for action.

TVS Ronin : More Details

The TVS Ronin is based on a double split synchro-stiff frame and rides on a 41mm upside-down front suspension along with a 7-step adjustable mono-shock at the rear.

The stopping power is handled by a 300mm single disc on the front and a 240mm disc on the rear. The bike is equipped with Rain and Urban ABS modes.

The heart of the TVS Ronin consists of a 225.9cc single-cylinder air-cooled 4-stroke, 4-valve SOHC engine. This oil-cooled fuel-injected engine also gets the glide-through technology and produces 20.4 PS of power and 19.93 Nm of torque. TVS has offered a 5-speed transmission with assist and slipper clutch.

Also Read – TVS reveals Ronin Scrambler Concept at MotoSoul 2023.