Let me conface – I was never been a fan of so called street bikes, eventually. Either they ain’t good for why this blog exists for – Yes, they, in most cases, turns into a bad modification with unnessecery accessories… add plastic engine cover for wannabe super bike look, then multiply the CC on stickers, fancy lights, weird horns…etc etc! In most cases, I said, then there are guys, who make the different. Bombay Custom Works – honestly they did some finest Cafe Racers using small engines like Bajaj Pulsar, Yamaha RX series etc!
As much as I love Classic British Motorcycles, my favorite corner of that genre is Cafe Racers, & I’ve always been a huge fan of late 70’s motorcycles. O-Four is one beautifuly built cafe racer using the 150 DTSI platform of Puslar 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.
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