It might not be the prettiest looking motorcycle out there but it definitely looks rugged. This customised Mahindra Mojo has undergone a visual overhaul that makes it more off-road ready than the standard motorcycle. For starters, the motorcycle uses wire-spoked wheels instead of the standard alloy rims. Adding more protection to the engine is the aftermarket steel bash plate that should save the motor from mud and pebbles while riding off the tarmac.
Offering more grip to the rider to place his feet on the motorcycle are a pair of adventure style footpegs while the handguards offer protection to the rider and the clutch/brake levers. Other comfort and convenience features include custom wind deflector, 10 style hazard light system, bar-end blinkers, fog and flood lights for better illumination, aftermarket hydraulic clutch, and a handlebar mounted 5 volt fast charger. The aftermarket protectors that the motorcycle gets include headlight grille, and custom crash guards.
The motorcycle also sheds some weight as it drop one exhaust canister and instead uses a single sided outlet. Check out the motorcycle in detail in the video below (via MotoMahal):
There is no mention of mechanical changes to the motorcycle and thus we expect that the engine still continues to draw 27.2 PS at 8000 rpm and 30 Nm of torque at 5500 clicks from its 295cc engine.
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