While Keeway V302C gets top marks for its classy profile, starting price of Rs 3.89 lakh could limit its possibilitiesNew Keeway 300cc Cruiser for IndiaAfter launching two scooters and a motorcycle a few months back, Keeway has expanded its portfolio to include V302C cruiser. Among the four, it is apparent that Keeway V302C has the most captivating profile. It is likely to be superior in terms of performance also, as the bike is equipped with a V-Twin motor. It is possibly the only bike in its class to have this engine configuration.Colour selection for Keeway V302C seems just right, as they complement the bike’s neo-retro profile. There are three colour options for now, Glossy Grey, Glossy Black and Glossy Red. These are priced at Rs 3.89 lakh, Rs 3.99 lakh and Rs 4.09 lakh, respectively.Keeway 300cc Cruiser WalkaroundOne of the key highlights of Keeway V302C is its blacked-out profile. Use of chrome accents is fairly limited. This approach has been used for all three colour variants. Some key features of Keeway V302C include round headlamp with circular LED DRL, pointy blinkers, bar-end mirrors and tear drop shaped fuel tank.Moving on to the side, the V-Twin outline exudes a sense of great power and magnetism that’s hard to resist. In between, there’s ‘302’ branding, while ‘Keeway’ lettering is on the side cover towards the rear section. Users can expect optimal comfort, as Keeway 300cc Cruiser has a comfy single seat with scooped up profile for adequate lumbar support. The bike has forward-set footpegs and wide, ergonomically placed handlebar. Take a look at the detailed walkaround video of the new Keeway 300cc cruiser below, credit to Biker Prakash Choudhary.[embedded content][embedded content]Right-side of the bike has a uniquely structured 2-in-1 exhaust. In a way, its symmetrical proportions appear to be working against the bike’s core design theme. Some twists and turns, as often seen with customized exhausts, could possibly have a better impact. However, the exhaust note is quite powerful and wild, an exact opposite of its tamed visual appearance.Keeway V302C belt drive systemApart from its V-Twin engine, another key differentiating factor is belt drive system. It not only looks gorgeous, but can also lower maintenance cost and effort, as associated with conventional chain-drive system. Only thing is belt drive is not as strong as chain drive.Moreover, belt drive may need to be completely replaced with a new unit if broken, as compared to chain drive that can be repaired. Hopefully, Keeway must have tested this belt drive for Indian market and there are adequate safeguards such as overload and jam protection.Powering Keeway 300cc Cruiser is a 298cc V-Twin motor that churns out 29.5 hp of max power at 8,500 rpm and 26.5 Nm of peak torque at 6,500 rpm. It is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The bike has inverted telescopic forks at front with 120 mm travel and telescopic coil spring oil damped rear suspension with 42 mm travel. Braking duties are performed by 300 mm front and 240 mm rear disc brakes. Dual-channel ABS is offered as standard. Keeway V302C has 16-inch front wheels with 120/80 tyre and 15-inch rear wheel with 150/80 tyre. More
Its unsure if these changes only pertain to the TRK 502X or will make it to the regular TRK 502 as well2022 Benelli TRK 502 XItalian motorcycle manufacturer Benelli has updated its middle-weight adventure-tourer TRK 502X for 2022. New updates are specific to the Chinese market as of now. We can expect it to also reach European, North American and Indian markets too.Benelli TRK range of motorcycles are proper adventure-tourers that are purpose-built from the ground up. In middle-weight segment, Benelli has TRK 502 and the more hardcore off-road-oriented TRK 502X. It is the TRK 502X that received the updates in China.2022 Benelli TRK 502X UpdatesThe main update for this Benelli comes in the form of a new cast aluminum swingarm which is 3.6 kg lighter than the one it replaces. Old swingarm was an asymmetric unit made of steel tubes. New swingarm is not only lighter, but is also stronger than the steel unit.Other changes include some feature additions. TRK 502X gets sealed wire-spoke wheels that can be shod with tubeless rubber, robust suspension with 30 mm more ground clearance and an upswept exhaust over the standard TRK 502. The newer updated TRK 502X adds heated handlebar grips, tyre pressure sensors, updated switchgear and a TFT display for instrumentation.2022 Benelli TRK 502 X AdventureDesign and SpecsDesign of the updated TRK 502X is identical to the model it replaces, apart from a few visual differences mentioned above. It also gets three new colour options. Engine is also the same 500cc parallel-twin unit making 47 bhp @8500 RPM and 46 Nm @6000 RPM mated to a 6-speed transmission.Dimensions of the updated Benelli TRK 502X are the same too; measuring 2,220 mm in length, 915 mm in width and 1,480 mm in height. It weighs a hefty 232 kg which is down from 235 kg on the model it replaces. It has a decent 220 mm of ground clearance with 840 mm of seat height. For touring, it gets a rather large 20L fuel tank with a good tank range.Pricing and LaunchBest part about this update is that QJ Motor hasn’t hiked the price of the motorcycle at all. All updates and feature additions are offered at the same price as the model it replaces. We expect this update to hit our market alongside the European and North American markets by the end of this year.In India, Benelli has priced the TRK 502X attractively at Rs. 5.50 lakh (ex-sh) offering good value for the buck. If QJ follows the same pricing strategy it followed in China, It will be even more valuable for everything it offers. Currently, it competes against Honda CB500X, Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT, Kawasaki Versys 650, and Triumph Tiger Sport 660. It is also the cheapest motorcycle in the segment. More
K-Light 250V cruiser motorcycle offers segment-first features such as 2-cylinder engine and belt-drive systemBenelli Keeway 250cc Cruiser. Image – ThrustzoneHungarian two-wheeler manufacturer Keeway appears to have a bullish strategy for the Indian market, as three new products have been launched simultaneously. The portfolio includes Sixties 300i, a retro styled scooter; Vieste 300, a maxi scooter; and a cruiser named K-Light 250V.Both Keeway and Benelli are owned by China-based Qianjiang Group. Keeway has a presence across Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa. In most European markets, the company focuses on small capacity bikes and scooters in the 50cc to 125cc segment.Benelli Keeway 250cc Cruiser – K Light 250VIn terms of its design, Keeway K-Light 250V looks familiar to other cruiser bikes like Harley-Davidson Fat Bob. In international markets, the bike is offered in 125cc and 200cc variants as well. This 250cc version launched in India has larger proportions, as compared to its smaller siblings. The bike has the silhouette of a classic retro motorcycle and comes with features such as round headlamp. Users will be able to choose from three colour options – Matte Black, Matte Blue and Matte Grey.Other key features include sculpted fuel tank, all-LED lights, step-up split seat, engine guard, dual exhaust, pillion back rest, short tail section and rear tyre hugger. Overall, the bike has a muscular profile, which ensures a dominating street presence. It is 2230 mm long, 920 mm wide, 1090 mm tall and has a wheelbase of 1,530 mm.Benelli Keeway 250cc CruiserIn terms of ride comfort, the plus points include the scooped-up rider seat, pulled-back handlebar and forward-set footpegs. However, the pillion section looks relatively constrained in comparison to the rider seat. It can work for city rides, but may not be comfortable for long-distance journeys.Users can expect optimal control and handling with a low-seat height of 715 mm. Some of the unique features of K-Light include a tank-mounted semi-digital instrument console. It shows a range of information including gear position indicator.Keeway K-Light 250V engine and specsPowering Keeway K-Light 250V is a 249cc, V-twin, air cooled motor that generates 18.7 hp of max power at 8,500 rpm and 19 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm. Suspension system comprises telescopic shock absorbers at front and hydraulic suspension at rear. Braking duties are performed by disc brakes at both ends with dual-channel ABS as standard. Take a look at the detailed walkaround video below, credit to Thrustzone.[embedded content][embedded content]Users can expect smooth performance, as the bike comes with a belt drive system. Another useful feature is 20-litre tank capacity. This will ensure fewer stops at fuel stations. K-Light has 160mm ground clearance, which is adequate for a wide variety of environments. The bike has 16-inch wheels at both ends, shod with 120/80 front and 140/70 rear tyres.Bookings for all three Keeway two-wheelers are currently open for a token amount of Rs 10,000. Prices are yet to be revealed. Bookings can be made online on Keeway India website or at any of Benelli dealerships. It will rival motorcycles from Royal Enfield, especially the Meteor 350 cruiser. More
Showcased at 2019 EICMA in Milan, Victoria Motorrad Nicky 300 has 50cc and 125cc siblings as wellBenelli 300cc Scooter – Sixties 300iIn a move that will surely turn heads, Hungarian two wheeler brand Keeway has introduced Victoria Motorrad Nicky 300 for Indian market. Here, it is badged as Keeway Sixties 300i. It’s an eccentric idea, especially at a time when electric scooters are sharing much of the limelight.Sixties 300i is a first-of-its-kind scooter in India and could appeal to folks looking for an entirely new experience. The scooter will be sold via Benelli India dealerships. Bookings are open at a token amount of Rs 10k. Deliveries will start from next month. Prices of Sixties 300i scooter will be revealed in a few days.Sixties 300i designSixties 300i has retro styling with features such as round rear view mirrors, broad front mudguard, split seats, and curvy side panels. Based on the specific colour option, there’s liberal use of chrome highlights. These can be seen on the headlamp, rear view mirrors, side panels and exhaust. In case of sportier colour options such as grey, these highlighters are blacked-out.Other key features of Sixties 300i include LED headlamp and vertically positioned rear turn signals. Front fascia has a classy look and feel with a prominent emblem placed on the mudguard. Mid-section of the front apron has a retro styled, rugged looking grille insert with turn indicators at either ends.Benelli 300cc Scooter – Sixties 300iUsers can expect optimal comfort with Sixties 300i, as it offers an ergonomic riding stance. The scooter comes with a large rider seat and there’s plenty of floorboard space. It can be used for carrying a wide variety of luggage, equipment and groceries. The scooter has space for some more stuff at the rear, where it has been equipped with a small carrier. There’s space underneath the rider’s seat as well, which can easily store a half-face helmet.Based on the colour variant, seats are either brown or black. Sixties 300i utilizes a semi-digital instrument console with multi-colour backlit. The unique hexagonal design of the console has a classy, premium feel, which enhances overall user experience.Sixties 300i engine and specsSixties 300i is powered by a 278 cc, air cooled, single cylinder motor that generates 21.75 PS of max power at 7,500 rpm and 23.5 Nm of peak torque at 5,750 rpm. It is mated to a CVT transmission. The scooter can reach a top speed of 120 kmph. Fuel efficiency is expected to be around 30 km per litre.Benelli 300cc Scooter – Sixties 300iDimensionally, Sixties 300i is 1975mm long, 710mm wide and 1165mm tall. It has a wheelbase of 1365mm. Seat height is 760mm and ground clearance is 107 mm. Net weight is 142 kg and fuel carrying capacity is 10.5 litres. Sixties 300i has hydraulic suspension at front and rear. It rides on 12-inch wheels at both ends, shod with tubeless tyres.With no direct rivals at the time of its launch, Keeway Sixties 300i will enjoy the first mover advantage. The scooter is a bold statement, in terms of both its design and its positioning in Indian market. Neo-retro styling, coupled with powerful performance makes this scooter an attractive proposition for enthusiasts. More
The upcoming motorcycle seen in the patents could be part of the Tornado range of sports bikes from BenelliBenelli Tornado 400cc MotorcycleBenelli and its parent company Qianjiang have been on a rampage as far as development of new models is concerned. In recent times, we have come across several spy shots and design patents floating on the internet. Most of these design patents have been filed by QJ Motor, a subsidiary of Qianjiang.The Chinese bikemaker is currently at the helm of operations for itself as well as Benelli. In addition, QJ Motor has partnered with several international brands which include Harley Davidson, MV Agusta for their respective entry-level premium offerings. The latest addition to the list of upcoming bikes is a 400cc sports bike from Benelli.Benelli Tornado 400cc Motorcycle – Patent LeakThis new bike is expected to be retailed under Benelli’s supersport Tornado range. A wide range of Tornado bikes is expected to be added in the future including a 550cc twin and a 650cc four-cylinder. Expected to be called Tornado 402R, this fully-faired motorcycle is most likely based on GS400RR from QJ Motor which made its debut in China recently.The bike shown in the patent follows the design language seen in Benelli Tornado 252R. This includes a vertically oriented headlight cluster with LED DRLs on both sides and shape of the front fairing that are clearly borrowed from the quarter-litre sports bike. That said, the upcoming 402R flaunts some distinct styling attributes, the most prominent of those is a single-sided swingarm.Benelli Tornado 400cc MotorcycleIt also indicates QJ Motor’s hold on drawing board operations since similar single-sided swingarms have been seen in recent small capacity motorcycles at the budget end of the spectrum. Other highlights include split seats, a clip-on handlebar, a muscular fuel tank and a sleek side fairing. Overall, the 402R appears to be quite a handsome motorcycle.Hardware ConfigurationUnderpinnings seem to be borrowed from QJ Motor’s GS400RR which includes a tubular steel frame suspended on upside-down front forks and a rear mono-shock mounted on the swingarm. The Benelli iteration gets slightly lower specifications due to its cost-effective nature. For instance, 402R receives a single front disc brake and axially mounted caliper, compared to the dual front disc setup seen in GS400RR.Expected Powertrain SpecsPowering Benelli 402R will be a 399cc parallel-twin motor which also has been borrowed from its QJ cousin. While left-side engine covers appear slightly different from the one in GS400RR, the right-side engine covers are very similar. This motor also looks uncannily similar to Kawasaki’s 400cc parallel-twin motor powering Z400 and Ninja 400.If that is the case, this unit should be capable of dishing out 45hp at 10,000rpm and 38 Nm of peak torque at 8,000rpm while being mated to a 6-speed gearbox. A few days back, QJ Motor unveiled the new SRK 400 in its home market which looks to be based on similar underpinnings and powertrain. It will rival the likes of KTM RC 390 upon launch.SOURCE More
Benelli TRK 702 will be powered by a new 693cc parallel-twin engine and will be available in both road-biased and off-road derivativesUpcoming Benelli 700cc Adventure MotorcycleBenelli has been working on expanding its middleweight adventure tourer lineup which currently comprises TRK 251, TRK 502 and TRK 800. In India, the Chinese-owned Italian brand offers TRK 251 and TRK 502 while TRK 800, which recently made its debut at the last edition of EICMA, is considered too premium a product for the country.Hence, Benelli is developing another middleweight adventure bike that will sit in between TRK 502 and TRK 800. Type approval documents of a new TRK 702 have been leaked which looks very similar to TRK 800. Interestingly, the new proposition is a bit more exciting than its bigger sibling, at least on paper.Benelli TRK 702- Powertrain SpecsFor instance, specs of TRK 702 seem to closely match those of its larger sibling TRK 800. While the former gets a 693cc parallel-twin motor that dishes out 75 bhp, the latter draws power from a 754cc parallel-twin unit that pumps out 76 horses. This 693cc unit has been developed by Benelli’s parent company, QJ Motor and has recently appeared in several of its offerings in China.This power plant looks familiar to the motor used by the CFMoto 700CL-X which itself is a derivative of Kawasaki’s 650cc parallel-twin unit. However, the one in 700CL-X kicks out 70.7 bhp and 61 Nm of peak torque. A new engine meant that Benelli had to employ a different chassis although construction of the trellis frame is fairly similar to the bigger TRK 800.Upcoming Benelli 700cc Adventure MotorcycleHardware SpecsIt also receives a new swingarm while the bodywork, though completely new, is highly inspired by the existing TRK 800. TRK 702 rides on 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wire-spoked wheels that are shod with dual-purpose tyres. However, it is also expected to be offered in a road-biased variant with 17-inch front and rear cast-aluminium wheels.Braking duties will be handled by petal-style twin discs up front and a single disc brake at rear and chewed down by radial Brembo callipers. This will be aided by a dual-channel ABS. Suspension setup should offer long travel with inverted forks up front and a mono-shock at rear, presumably with some degree of adjustability. In all likelihood, it will borrow Marzochhi suspension from TRK 800.Design & Expected India LaunchTRK 702 flaunts a traditional ADV attire with highlights like a tall stance, a butch bodywork with a heavily faired front end, a split seating setup, a beak upfront and a tall windscreen. The overall build looks purposeful with accessories like a rear luggage rack, centre stand, handguards and pannier boxes.As for launch in India, it is too soon to predict such a development. That said, Benelli TRK 702 might turn out to be the perfect rival to its Japanese rivals in the form of Kawasaki Versys 650 and Suzuki V-Strom 650XT and Triumph Tiger Sport 660. More
QJ Motor has unveiled its new entry-level offering in European markets called SRK 400, it will compete against the likes of KTM 390 Duke and Kawasaki Z400New QJ SRK 400For a long time, QJ Motor had its consumer base restricted to its home market in China. However, ever since it acquired the Italian motorcycle brand Benelli, the company has adopted a global approach and aims to make its presence felt in other international markets as well.Most QJ Motor motorcycles offered in developed markets like Europe have been available as Benelli branded models. That said, things are looking to change as the Chinese bikemaker is aiming to take on rivals in European markets with its own brand name.QJ SRK 400 Revealed: Styling HighlightsIn this regard, the company has introduced its first model for its European lineup which goes on sale in July this year. Called SRK 400, this naked street racer will be the brand’s entry-level motorcycle in Europe. Upon its launch, SRK 400 will be one of the very few models coming from the house of a Chinese brand. This is because the bike has its own identity thanks to a unique design.Speaking of design, SRK 400 is a sharp-looking bike with an aggressive front fascia featuring a split LED headlight flanked by LED turn indicators. It also receives a muscular fuel tank that gives the bike a masculine appeal. Other visual highlights include a floating tail section, split-style seats, an underbelly engine crash guard, a stubby underbelly exhaust and a rear tyre hugger.New QJ SRK 400The bike’s frame has also been dipped in green paint which creates a nice contrast with the overall colour scheme. Further, yellow-coloured alloy rims also create a pleasant aesthetic appeal on the motorcycle. It also receives sharp tank extensions on either side that results in better aerodynamic properties.Mechanical SpecsPowering SRK 400 is a 400cc parallel-twin liquid-cooled motor that dishes out 41 bhp and 37 Nm of peak torque. This engine is mated to a six-speed gearbox. At a kerb weight of 186 kilograms ready, this naked streetfighter is nearly 20kgs heavier than its immediate rivals in this category from Japanese and European manufacturers.In terms of dimensions, SRK 400 is taller and longer than its competition therefore it might not be a very sharp handling machine in corners. As for dynamics, suspension duties are handled by upside-down forks up front and a mono-shock at rear. Braking hardware comprises dual front discs and a single rear disc that are aided by ABS. The naked streetfighter rolls on 17-inch alloy wheels shod with 110/70 front and 150/60 rear tyres.New QJ SRK 400Price & Expected India LaunchQJ Motor has priced the upcoming SRK 400 at EUR 5,800 (approx. INR 4.67 lakh) which makes it quite a pricey affair. Since QJ has no base in India, this bike can only make its debut in our country in a rebranded Benelli avatar. For that, the motorcycle needs to be priced better than the current offering. More
Benelli Imperiale 400Benelli currently retails six models in India including TRK 251, Imperiale 400, TRK 502, TRK 502X, Leoncino 500 and 502CBenelli has come out with its first price revision for the year 2022. The Chinese-owned Italian brand has increased prices of all models including Imperiale 400, TRK 251, Leoncino 500, 502C, TRK 502 and TRK 502X by up to Rs 27,000 depending on the model. None of the motorcycles mentioned above has received any other update.Benelli Prices Mar 2022Starting with the TRK 251, prices for the quarter-lire adventure tourer have been increased by Rs 3,000 across all variants. The bike was launched last year at a starting price of Rs 2.51 lakh. After the latest revision, prices for TRK 251 start at Rs 2.54 lakh for the Dark Grey option and go up to Rs 2.64 lakh for the Pure White and Black dual-tone paint scheme.Coming to its elder sibling- TRK 502 was earlier priced at Rs 4.95 lakh, is now dearer by Rs 16,000. Even its off-road focussed sibling- TRK 502X has also witnessed the same increment in prices. Both half-litre adventure tourers are priced at Rs 5.11 lakh and Rs 5.55 lakh respectively.Prices of Benelli Imperiale 400, their best selling motorcycle which rivals Royal Enfield, have been increased by Rs 2,201. It now costs Rs 1.92 lakh. Leoncino 500 has gotten the highest price hike of all. It has become expensive by Rs 27k, and now costs Rs 4.96 lakh.Benelli Motorcycle Prices March 2022The last bike is the 502C power cruiser which has received a price hike of Rs 5,000. Previously, prices for 502C started at Rs 5.20 lakh. With the latest price revision, the price range for the cruiser starts at Rs 5.25 lakh for Matte Cognac Red. There are two more colour options including Glossy Black and Matte Black that are now priced at Rs 5.30 lakh and Rs 5.35 lakh respectively. All prices mentioned are ex-showroom.Specs & FeaturesSpeaking of specifications, TRK 251 is powered by a 249cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that churns out 25.4 bhp at 9,250rpm and 21.1 Nm of peak torque at 8,000rpm. This motor is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. Suspension duties are handled by upside-down forks and a mono-shock.Braking duties are carried out by a single disc at both ends complemented by a dual-channel ABS. It is designed primarily for touring purposes and hence gets 17-inch alloy wheels on both ends and a massive 18-litre fuel tank. It gets features like USB charging, a digital instrument console and full LED lighting.On the other hand, TRK 502 and 502X is powered by a 500cc, parallel-twin, liquid-cooled motor that delivers 46.8 bhp at 8,500rpm and 46Nm of peak torque at 6,000rpm. This engine is paired with a 6-speed gearbox via a slipper and assist clutch. TRK 502 is meant for touring purposes and comes with road-biased tyres wrapped around alloy wheels.Whereas TRK 502X is a more adventure-friendly machine that rolls on wire-spoke wheels shod with dual-purpose tyres. Both motorcycles get the same list of features including a semi-digital instrument console and dual-channel ABS. The 502C cruiser shares the same 500cc parallel-twin motor as the ADV siblings. More
Image – Rawat kBenelli TRK 251 also competes against other adventure tourers such as Royal Enfield Himalayan and BMW G 310 GS
Benelli recently launched its entry-level adventure tourer TRK 251 earlier this month which turned out to be the fifth launch from the Chinese-owned Italian bikemaker this year. Launched at a price of Rs 2.51 lakh (ex-showroom), it has been directly pitted against KTM 250 Adventure in India.
Besides being closely priced to each other, both motorcycles have similarities in specifications and features as well. Let us closely look at some of their details and how both adventure tourers fare against each other.
KTM 250 ADV vs Benelli TRK 251
Dimensions & Features
While KTM seems to offer better dynamics, Benelli offers better handling thanks to its compact dimensions. TRK 251 is shorter, narrower and lighter which should make it more rider-friendly in comparison to 250 Adventure. Benelli also offers a saddle that is far more accessible at 800mm as opposed to an 855mm seat height offered by KTM.
However, the latter offers a much better ground clearance of 200mm as opposed to 170mm in Benelli. In terms of features, both motorcycles offer a host of gizmos. Some of the common features include a digital instrument console, dual-channel ABS and LED DRLs. While KTM misses out on an LED headlamp, it edges past Benelli with an automatic headlamp function. TRK also receives a USB charger as standard fitment.
KTM 250 ADV vs Benelli TRK 251
Even the hardware configurations used in 250 Adventure are superior to those used in TRK 251. The suspension setup employed in TRK 251 consists of simple telescopic forks at front and a telescopic oil damped coil spring at rear. On the other hand, its Austrian counterpart features a suspension setup sourced from WP Apex comprising upside-down front forks and a rear mono-shock absorber.
KTM 250 ADV vs Benelli TRK 251
KTM also gets a stronger braking setup with a larger 320mm disc up front in comparison to a 280mm disc in Benelli. The latter, however, gets a larger rear brake with a 240mm disc. TRK rides on 17-inch alloy wheels on both ends but 250 Adventure gets a larger 19-inch wheel at front. All these factors should combine to give different riding dynamics in both bikes.
Starting with performance, both motorcycles are powered by a 249cc single-cylinder, 4-valve, liquid-cooled motor but they differ in their engine output. While Benelli puts out 25.47 bhp and 21.2 Nm of peak torque, KTM edges past it with a greater output of 29.5 bhp and 24 Nm of peak torque. Both are paired with a 6-speed gearbox, however, TKR only gets a simple wet multi-plate clutch whereas KTM benefits from a slipper clutch.
KTM 250 ADV vs Benelli TRK 251
As already mentioned about prices, KTM 250 Adventure is slightly more affordable at Rs 2.35 lakh (ex-showroom). Overall, KTM appears to be slightly more value for money when one considers performance of both bikes. More