Check out These Modified Bajaj Pulsar Cafe Racer Images!

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We’ve by now featured quite a handful of Modified Bikes on our pages. Most of these custom built machines belong to our dear readers, who have been more than happy with sharing these images with us. Also featured on our website are some more bike modifications, which we have stumbled upon on the web world. Once such bike modification is this- a modified Bajaj Pulsar Cafe Racer, built by Bombay Customs Works.

Also Read about other modified Bajaj Pulsar bikes we’ve featured –

Named O-Four, the bike was recently re-painted and here, we’ve brought to you images and details of the bike, with both its original and new paint job.

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Here’s what BCW owner Shail Sheth says about its creation, “As much as I love Classic British Motorcycles, my favourite corner of that genre is Cafe Racers, & I’ve always been a huge fan of late 70′s motorcycles. O-Four is one beautifully built cafe racer using the 150 DTSI platforms of Pulsar series, the bike was named after the place, Bombay Custom Works started their work.  First ever experiment with the machine, metal, structure, lines and curves. The leather touch on the chopped body makes it much attractive. The exhaust could be a better choice if it would have ended at the wrapped pipe. However, the noise and pollution regulations department could hate that practice.”

Also Read: This Modified Café Racer Pays A Joh Player Special Tribute To The Rajdoot 175

Talking about Bombay Custom Works, he says, “BCW is a set up in the bylanes of Mumbai where customizing and building motorcycles and cars is not just a livelihood but is about a dream that has for long called upon us to embrace. Being an automotive designer by profession as well as from the heart, the idea is simple…. to work on an existing platform and build a functional yet aesthetic work of art that embodies our spirit for the machines that our species have grown to love so dearly…!!”

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  • Pratik khilari says:

    I have a bajaj boxer ct100 bought by my father in 2001 and its his memory for me. Can you please let me know if it can be modified into a café racer..?? Please update . thanks