The Mahindra Mojo spent a long time in the Oven. But now it seems, while in there, it multiplied into quite a few different flavors of popcorn. Announcing the launch of the Mojo Tribe, a club meant exclusively for owners of the Mojo, the manufacturer also flaunted two iterations of the 300cc motorcycle.
The first being a Scrambler, which sheds the twin exhaust system, exposes its frame, components and gets its rear chopped off to look ready for a street fight. Twin headlamps give way for a single unit that is surrounded in a tubular exoskeleton, while stylish bar end mirrors hang loose. Five shrinking circles climb up in the subframe, whereas a proper flat seat helps the character. The tank remains the same unit found on the regular motorcycle, while a red capped engine color coded with matching brake calipers keep things wacky.
The second concept is an adventure offspring of the Mojo, sitting tall on larger wheeled knobblies and a floating front fender. A compact headlight unit finds space for two bulbs, while knuckle protectors save your, well, knuckles. An upswept rear and hanging adventure gear confirms the bike’s intent.
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