The Yamaha R15 in India — How Inane Laws Can Screw a Gorgeous Bike?

by Vinaya HS on June 23, 2008

in Technology

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I’ll let the picture do the talking.

Saree Guard on R15

Saree guards on an R15? Seriously. How much lamer can our vehicle laws get? I wonder how a saree guard would look when fitted on a Ducati 1098S.

What do you think?

Note: Check out this photo set of the R15 taken at a Bangalore showroom. A colleague and friend at office is riding one home this weekend. I’m all J.

All images © Mithun [Da].




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Surajit June 24, 2008 at 12:03 AM

Well my dear friend, you ain’t seen nothing yet, check out the R1 in a showroom. See it to believe it!!

Vinaya HS June 24, 2008 at 12:06 AM

Surajit, do you have a photo of the R1 Saree Guard? I’d love to publish it here.

Anoop July 1, 2008 at 4:05 PM

Btw, the saree can still go through that saree guard, notice carefully its big enough..lol, if the accident needs to happen,it still can happen with or without saree guard.. Ofcourse u dont expect to ride such bikes with a girl wearing a saree, u would go for someone with a skirt or with trousers atleast lol!..

CNK September 11, 2010 at 10:45 AM

Hey…..
you are saying that girls wearing saree can’t travel in r15?
My sis always travel with me and that too wearing saree.
Too much gap doesn’t mean most probable to accidents….
Saree won’t get through the gap…. I tested it…
OK dude…????
:-)

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