The Yamaha RX135 was sold as a four-speed and five-speed variant.
The Yamaha RX135 has been modified as a cafe racer by Bull City Customs. The bike gets an intentionally unfinished look which adds to the charm.
The Yamaha RX135 custom gets new alloy wheels along with knobby tyres which give it an off-road centric look. The bike also gets a right side down telescopic forks up front and a monoshock in the rear. Braking includes disc brakes all around. The clip on handlebar adds a sporty touch.
The Yamaha RX135 was initially powered by a two stroke, air cooled mill which boasted of a seven port torque induction. Brakes in the original bike were drums at both ends. The Yamaha RX135 could store 10.5 litres of fuel and had 18-inch wheel.
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The bike was introduced first in 1997 after the discontinuation of the Yamaha RX100. Yamaha continued to sell the Yamaha RX135 in India till mid-2005 on order. The customised bike by Bull City Customs also gets a custom seat with a specially designed exhaust system.
The Yamaha RX135 was also known as the RX-King.