The Hero Honda brand was the largest selling two-wheeler maker when the two brands split.
A 100 cc commuter Hero Honda CD Deluxe has been modified by a Pune-based customiser, Ayas Customs Motorcycle. The 'Tracker' hammers home the point that beautiful customs do not have to look at expensive bikes for a starting point.
The Hero Honda CD Deluxe Tracker gets a raised front fender with fatter profile tyres which are much bigger than the stock unit. The use of blackened spokes also lends the bike a 'rough and tough' look. Continuing the theme of stylish economy, the bike has been given drum brakes at both ends.
The fuel tank has been reshaped and given a custom paint scheme. The yellow and black bands painted on the tank add character to the custom Hero Honda CD Deluxe Tracker. The chrome exhaust unit adds contrast to the motorcycle. The flat-tracker custom seat gets a leather wrapping while the front suspension and rear dual springs are new.
The powerplant in the Hero Honda CD Deluxe Tracker is the same horizontally mounted carburetted mill, and the circular headlamp adds a bit of classic touch.