Despite carrying a rather long name, the TVS Apache RTR 160 Hyper Edge performs just like its name - with an edge.
First released in 2007, the Apache RTR 160 has received a number of upgrades leading up to its current state. And in the five years that it’s been in existence, it’s chalked an impressive list of features that certainly bears noticing.
In terms of styling, the Apache RTR 160 Hyper Edge was designed to reek of attitude, thanks in large part to the fluid racing stripes, the luminous rims, and the race crouch mirrors that epitomize its RTR racing pedigree. Smart-looking aluminum foot pegs also add a touch of class to the bike while the new look silencer canister makes a bold statement to anyone who sees it out on the road. The clip-on handlebars also allows you to be able to bank the bike better, allowing you to play with the curves like nobody’s business.
As far as the engine is concerned, the Apache RTR 160 Hyper Edge comes powered by a 4 stroke, 159.7 cc, single that produces 15.2 horsepower at 8,500 rpm and 13.1 Nm at 6,000 rpm. It may not look like much, but those numbers are more than enough to get you where you need to go in style.
Find out more about the TVS Apache RTR 160 Hyper Edge after the jump.
Split grab rails
The split grab rail perfectly compliment the new rear
New look silencer canister and beat makes a bolder statement
Rearset foot pegs
Smart looking aluminum footpegs lend a touch class
Racing GT stripe
Whichever angle you look at, the apache RTR 160 spells cocky sophistication. Its fluid racing stripes, luminous rims and race crouch mirrois epitomizes the RTR racing pedigree.
Forged brake lever
Fantastic alloy finished one piece brake pedals and levers for that added excitement
The 2008 RTRT range comes loaded with aerodynamic air scoops that not only add to the design but also ensure air is directed towards the engine unit to help better
Infuses a extra dollop of sporty character
Black alloys with red rim rings boldly announce fresh approach to motorcycle styling
Leading from the rear are the LED tail lamps… stylish and purposeful
Roto petal disc
The roto petal disc brake makes its debut in India on the Apache RTR 160. Because any other bike would have been a compromise. With an impressive diameter 0f 270,,. Razor- sharp braking is a guarantee.
Digital speedo console
Digital speedometer are friendly hip
Over square engine
Hear the RTR roar, and feel the hair at the nape of your neck rise. The RTR engine is definitely signature of TVS’s racing chicanery and the ingenuity of its engineers.
The RTR polyshocks take on every bump, every pothole with impunity and bully them into submission. Exactly like you take on life.
Clip on handle bars
With clip-on handle bars that let you bank better. Playing with the curves on the road was never easier, or more fun.
|Engine Type||4stroke, 159.7 cc, single|
|Maximum power||11.19 kw (15.2 bhp) @ 8500 rpm|
|Maximum torque||13.1 nm @ 6000 rpm|
|Bore x stroke||62mm x 52.9 mm|
|Valve train||2valves, single cam|
|Valves per cylinder||2 valves|
|Power to weight ratio||111.76 bhp/ton|
|Starting||electric & kick start|
|Ignition||idi - dual mode digital ignition|
|Chasis Type||double cradle|
|Suspension Front||telescopic forks. 105mm stroke|
|Suspension Rear||monotube inverted gas filled shox(mig) with spring aid|
|Brakes Front||270 mm petal disc|
|Brakes Rear||130mm drum|
|Rim size (front)||1.85 x 17”|
|Rim size (rear)||2.15 x 18”|
|Tire size (front)||90/90 x 17”|
|Tire size (rear)||100/80 x 18”|
|Fuel tank capacity||16.0 lit|
|Useable reserve||1.7 lit|