Hero Centennial edition bike up for auction; limited to 100 units


Hero has announced that its Centennial Edition motorcycle will now be available to purchase. This motorcycle was first revealed to the public at the Hero World event back in January, where the company launched the Xtreme 125R and revealed the Mavrick 440. 

  1. Gets carbon-fibre bodywork, half fairing like original Karizma
  2. Only employees, business partners, stakeholders can put bids
  3. Deliveries slated to begin in September 2024

Hero Centennial Edition details

The Centennial Edition is a special edition that’s built to commemorate the 101st birth anniversary of the company’s founder Dr. Brijmohan Lall Munjal. Hero has announced that the bike will be auctioned off only to its ‘employees, associates, business partners, and stakeholders’.  The company says that proceeds from this bike’s auction will be utilised for ‘the greater good of society’. Deliveries of this special edition bike are slated to commence in September. 

To recap, the Centennial Edition is based on the Karizma XMR platform and uses carbon fibre bodywork, has a solo seat, milled components such as the swingarm, fully adjustable suspension and a carbon fibre exhaust muffler from Akrapovic. Due to all these changes, the Centennial Edition has a 158kg kerb weight, which is 5.5kg lighter than the Karizma XMR. Since we saw the bike back in January, a couple of things have changed; the master cylinder appears to be more basic and now the bike doesn’t run on Pirelli tyres, but instead uses the same MRF rubber as the Karizma XMR. To read more about this special motorcycle, tap here

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