Two motorcycles from Avantura Choppers has been spied in the country for the first time. The bikes were spotted near Pune during its ARAI certification, picture courtesy Motor World India.
The two motorcycle feature different designs. While one gets fully chromed out wheels, the other one features black and chrome dual tone alloys. The bike with the chrome wheels gets a unique paint job on the bodywork as well. Both the bikes have extremely raked out front fork to give them a proper Chopper stance. The rear is likely to use a monoshock hidden under the seat. The low seat, forward-set footpegs, and the relaxed handlebars ensure a laid-back riding position.
The motorcycle uses a 2000cc V-twin motor with air cooling from S&S. The engine mates with a 6-speed transmission from Rivera, and transfers the power via a belt drive. US brand, Progressive supplies the suspension components, and the brake callipers are by French brand Beringer. The turn signals are from the German company Kellermann. The motorcycle features hand-crafted seat from Mustang.
The Mumbai-headquartered company has a manufacturing plant close to the city, and are at the concluding stages of the ARAI certification. The brand will be entering the Indian market in November. Expect a price tag of around INR 20 lakh as it serves the niche segment.