Bajaj Freerider Is Now Trademarked
The Freerider name is trademarked effectively by Bajaj.
This year, Freerider will be the third trademark name of Bajaj. Not long ago, fluir and fluor, which we feel might be named the electric 2-wheelers in Bajaj, were successfully marked by the Indian firm. Freerider is perhaps also the name of a future EV. However, it’s just guesswork as things stand.
That said, Bajaj is fortunate that he may utilize the e-pilen base for his own motorbike and name it Freerider. On the other hand, Bajaj’s Bluetooth connection software may possibly be known for this.
It’s only a question of time until Bajaj will suit with each two-wheeler firm introducing smartphone connection to its scooters and motorbikes.
Royal Enfield is another Indian double-wheelers with several trademarks. It holds the rights to such names as Sherpa, Hunter, Roadster, Scram, and Shotgun. It’ll be fascinating to see which motorcycles are utilized for all these names.
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