Mumbai-based Bombay Custom Works has modified a Bajaj Pulsar 150 into a vintage-looking bobber, called the ‘P150’.
It’s hard to believe that the base motorcycle is the humble commuter from Bajaj. A lot of work has gone to make the Bajaj Pulsar 150 into a classic. For starters, the folks at the custom house have replaced the twin rear shocks with a monoshock. They have also modified the bike’s subframe to make it a single seater. Just behind the custom seat is the short rear fender with a custom tail light. They have blacked out the spoke wheels; the front end gets ribbed tyre while the rear is a street-spec unit. Brakes include disc at the front and drum at the rear.
The mechanics have also swapped the fuel tank, side boxes and lights to custom ones, which match the character of this motorcycle. Apart from the exposed conical air filter, the engine looks stock. The exhaust features thermal wrap, and the heat shield gets a leather strap to complete the retro look.
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The gaitered telescopic forks hold the front wheel and come with a chopped fender as well. Other notable modifications include a wide handlebar with custom grips and a minimalistic circular instrument cluster.
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