Only recently, we brought to you images and details of a modified Yamaha RD350 Cafe Racer. Now, we’ve come up with images and the ‘building experience’ of a modified Bajaj Avenger Bobber. What’s really fascinating about this custom job here is the fact that the Bajaj Avenger 220 isn’t really popular in the custom bike industry. Check out this modified Bajaj Avenger bobber, along with the building experience from Bangalorean Nikhil, the builder of this bike.
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I am Nikhil..basically from pune,currently livin in bangalore from past 7yrs.. From my childhood i was passionate abt bikes n cars..from past 2 yrs i developed taste into bobbers n cafe racer n that is wen my dream project of building a customised bobber started. At that time i was lookin into various bikes which i can modify..and finalised bajaj avenger 220..the reason behind modifying bajaj aveger 220 is dat everybody was modifyind enfield n i was challenged by 1 of the customiser that u cannot do a gud job wit avenger 220..i did a lot of research on this bike and i realise that i can utilise the bike very well for my mofication.
The first most thing i did was i came up with my design in photoshop..then i started lookin for fabricators or tinkiring guys who could satisfy my needs…finally i found one tinkiring guy called mutthu who could do fabrication for me. I picked up a second hand avenger 220 and the real work started from last 3 months..initially started work from fuel tank den rear n front fender den seat.. I had to design my rear fender 2 times..And mr. Mutthu delivered the work to my expection which im very thankful to him. The last thing was to decide on the paint job which i prefered matte black for fuel tank,fenders,metre and front head light.. I named my bike as “13″ since my birth date is 13..And this is a gift for my wife DJ Waluscha as she is also very passionate about bikes. Modified Fuel tank, fenders, Tail lamp, exaust, seat, handel bar and rest of the bike is stock.
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