There is something about bikes which is beyond logic. When you are riding a bike on a long drive, the wind on your face ruffling your hair makes you feel one with nature. But the passion of the bike riders is only second to that of those who make them beautiful the people who customize bikes.
Pankaj Sattawat, owner of The Hustler Moto, a newly formed motorcycle building workshop from Jaipur shared his journey with us “I am very passionate about bikes since my childhood and it was my dream to open my own custom motorcycle workshop. So I decided to go with my dream instead of a 9-5 job. I chose Pulsar 150 (2004 model) because it was a motorcycle that brought the Indian youth closer to the performance motorcycling that they had ever been. Fully loaded, yet affordable; aggressive and ‘definitely male’ – that was the Pulsar for you. Bike is painted in pearl yellow with black strips, these black stripes are highlighting the unique stance of café racer. The complete bodywork has been replaced with new cafe racer style handmade panels. Up front is a short café styled mudguard with small yet classic looking headlamp. The single-piece handlebar has been replaced by a lathe machined clip-on unit.
The old meter console is replaced by an aftermarket pair of retro looking analog odometer and RPM meter intermingled with a custom handmade smart phone holder for GPS speedometer and other details. The fuel tank has been replaced by the iconic Yamaha RX100’s fuel tank because of its conventional café racer look. The rear cowl replaces the pillion seat while the oval shaped twin LED tail lights sits under the cowl.
Mechanical updates include the addition of an aftermarket K&N air filter, up-jetted carburetor paired with a handmade exhaust.”
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