Hold on to your seats: Top five upcoming bikes in India 5 Photos . Updated: 14 Nov 2019, 07:16 PM IST HT Auto Desk Biking enthusiasts as well as daily commuters can look forward to a number of new offerings from two-wheeler companies in India in the coming months. 1/5UM Motorcycles Renegade Thor: Popularly called the 'Urban Cruiser', the Renegade Thor promises to give a super thrilling option to daily city warriors looking for some thump in their mean machines. 2/5Yamaha Aerox 155: Smart, sharp and sporty - the Aerox 155 scooter from Yamaha promises to rev up the two-wheeler segment in the country. The 155 cc scooter has its fuel tank under the footboard while there is also a 25-litre storage capacity for practical purposes. The liquid cooled engine has max power figures of 15 bhp and motors ahead on 14-inch alloy wheels. It has disk brakes up front and drum brakes at the rear. 3/5Hero ZIR 150: Want a gearless scooter without compromising on performance? Watch out for ZIR 150 which has a 157 cc engine which puts out 14bhp of max power. With LED projector head lights, LED tail lights and alloys wheels, it is quite the looker as well. There is no word on the pricing yet but the ZIR 150 may fall under the ₹1 lakh mark, making it a comprehensive option for the youth in the country. 4/5Harley-Davidson Sport Glide: A sports bagger, the Sport Glide from Harley-Davidson promises to have an engaging handling and a powerful motor to roar with force and style. Powered by the Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine, the Sport Glide has a six-speed gearbox and is absolutely certain to turn heads on the road. 5/5KTM 390 Adventure: With bookings slated to begin shortly, launch possibly in December and deliveries in early 2020, the KTM 390 Adventure is ready to rock the middle-weight performance segment. It borrows from the strengths of Duke 390 while has design traits similar to 1190 Adventure. So, it has the same 373.2cc single-cylinder motor in its core as the one in Duke 390. ABS is expected to come as standard.