Pune based Autologue Design have created a custom kit that converts the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 naked roadster into an adventure tourer ready motorcycle. The bolt-on accessories range from a tall windscreen to bash plate to give the NS200 an off-road focused character.
The kit was unveiled in the form of a digital render. As seen in the image, the package adds a beak to the fascia that gives the NS200 a typical adventure tourer visual trait. Further enhancing its tourer look is a windscreen to offer protection against windblasts at high speeds. The KTM sourced knuckle guards add to the rugged look of the package. The sides reveal extension to the fuel tank shrouds that double-up as the radiator guards and cover the front forks to a certain extent. An addition of fork gaiters would offer more protection to the oil seal.
The engine gets added protection with the skid plate that is aimed to save the unit from damage from debris on the beaten path. The motorcycle retains alloy wheels although they are now wrapped in a knobby set of tyres to offer more traction on the loose surface. A pair of wire-spoke wheels would further enhance the off-road capabilities of the motorcycle.
Changes are limited to visuals, and the NS200 continues with the 199.5 cc, single cylinder, triple spark engine that makes 23.5 hp of maximum power and 18.3 Nm of peak torque. Stopping power comes from petal-type disc brakes while the shock absorption department comprises conventional telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear.
The Pulsar NS200 isn’t the only Bajaj motorcycle to receive Autologue Design’ parts. Bajaj Auto has signed the Pune-based brand to create accessories for its flagship motorcycle, the Dominar 400, which would be sold via the two-wheeler brand’s dealership network across the country. Autologue Design's accessories for the Bajaj Dominar 400 include a taller windscreen, pillion backrest, saddle stay and a bash plate.