India's leading two-wheeler market leaders, has launched their eight new Bikes in the Indian auto market in 55 days. New bikes are Yamaha SZ, Yamaha SZ-X, Yamaha YBR 125, Yamaha SS 125, Honda VFR 1200F, Suzuki Bandit, Suzuki GSX 1000R and Bajaj Avenger 220 in the country. Suzuki Motorcycles was starting the first launch of motorcycles with the Suzuki Gsxr and Suzuki Bandit 1250S in the auto market. After few days, Bajaj Auto launched one other re-freshed version of the company cruiser motorcycle model, Bajaj Avenger with 220cc engine capacity. The sequence of new launches has been increasing very well. Japan's based two-wheeler maker, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) launched the new massive motorcycle, Honda VFR 1200F with their expansive price tag of Rs 17.5 lakh (ex-showroom-Delhi). Behind of these launches, India Yamaha Motors has also planned for the introduction of brand new motorcycles in the Indian market. In the month of July, rolled out the all new Yamaha SS 125 bike by the company. Besides, Yamaha Motors without any delay launched another premium motorcycles including Yamaha SZ, SZ-X and Yamaha YBR 125 in the country. The new Yamaha SZ was already displayed at the 10th anniversary of Delhi Auto Expo 2010. It is priced at Rs. 52,000 (ex-showroom-Delhi). On the other hand, the two-wheelers manufacturer companies are also planning to launch their new motorcycles range including Suzuki Gladius, Mahindra Cevalo, TVS MAX, TVS Apache 220cc, Bajaj Xcd, Vibgyor Hunter, Bmw K1300s, Vibgyor Shark, Honda Interceptor and Kawasaki Ninja.