The tall handlebar and centre-set footpegs result in an upright and comfortable riding posture which will be appreciated by mature buyers. The seat also felt aptly cushioned and the tank is also easy to hold with your thighs. Suspension setup is a bit on the stiffer side but the ride quality is decent and much better than the previous model. Direction changes also felt effortless but the new Hero Achiever 150 isn?t a motorcycle for corner carving. The skinny 100-section rear tyre has to be the smallest in the segment and doesn?t give the rider the courage to push the bike through corners. But the small width means there is less rolling resistance, which results in better fuel efficiency. The new Achiever 150 gets the option of drum brake or disc brake at front and our test bike was the latter. The disc brake provided good bite and feedback through the lever.