Tug of war between a Royal Enfield and a KTM Duke 200. The Royal Enfield 500 has more than double the torque of the KTM, so it is unclear what do these tests accomplish. The KTM looks like it fares worse, but that is just due to the bike geometry with a higher center of mass. Both bikes spin their wheels, so clearly they are not using their full torquing capacity.
Here's one with a bodybuilder, even less meaningful, and potentially more dangerous.
You could buy yourself a Royal Enfield in Lamb's of 151 High St, Walthamstow in 1917. Today the place is a Cafe.
They had two other locations as well, but the original buildings are not standing anymore.