Ducati is all set to launch its smallest ‘multi-bike’, the BS6 Ducati Multistrada 950 S, on November 2 in India. The company has already commenced the pre-bookings for a token amount of ₹1 lakh.The bike comes with a full-LED headlight, 5in TFT display that offers features like Hands-Free System, Cruise Control and backlit switchgear controls. The BS6 Multistrada 950 S will come in two colour schemes — Ducati Red and Glossy Grey. The bike is expected to be priced around ₹13 lakh. Royal Enfield was originally set to launch Meteor 350 in August, but it was delayed. The company will now launch Royal Enfield Meteor 350 on November 6.The bike will be equipped with modern features like in-built turn-by-turn navigation, Bluetooth connectivity and much more. The bike will be available in 3 different trims — Fireball, Stellar, and Supernova — all of which will get varying features and colour options. The bike is likely to be priced around ₹ 1.68 lakh. KTM India is all set to launch the KTM 250 Adventure sometime in November. The company has already been accepting pre-bookings for a token amount between ₹1000-5000, which is refundable.The bike is likely to come with features like TFT display, switchable rear-wheel AB and will be priced around ₹2.3 lakh.Honda India has recently shared a teaser of its upcoming 2021 CB1000R ahead of its official launch on November 10. The bike is expected to be priced in the range of ₹15 lakh to ₹16 lakhThe 2021 Honda CB1000R is powered by a 998 cc, 4-cylinder engine. Although, the overall profile of the bike remains unchanged and looks pretty much like its predecessor.