Swar ~ True artistic fragrance over a Royal Enfield by RS Moto

Not many people are venturous enough to build a custom motorcycle, but those who do it are driven by pure passion and turn their dreams into true icons. They build the bikes to express their individuality, – they’re sophisticated and expressive, just like the bikes they want to ride. The one we have today in the bucket is a bit far away, from a beautiful country immersed in ancient culture and beauty with the Himalayan Mountain Region as its backdrop – the Capital of Nepal – Kathmandu based RS Moto, the bike seems a strong appeal to legalize the custom bikes in country, where Motorcycle modification is prohibited by law due to unyielding hill terrain. 

Raajib Sayami, the key person of RS Moto shared his passionate experience on making the bike, “Working on this bike took me back to my Enfield days. That bike taught me to be patient. It helped me find my passion for motorcycles. RS Moto started because of those early days, learning about Royal Enfields. I started understanding bikes when I started fixing my first Royal Enfield. Everything that popped into my head, I tried it, even if it didn’t work out. I asked a lot of questions, learned a lot. I figured out pretty quick that if I wanted my bikes to reflect my ideas, I had to start doing the work on my own. I’ve always had a hard time trying to explain to others my vision.
Back in the day, it wasn’t a problem to change the look of a motorcycle. That was when I started learning how to build bikes. After all these years, I still don’t understand why custom building a motorcycle would be illegal. I often feel helpless because I can’t change the current laws and rules. But I can follow my passion, stay patient and wait for change. I have to keep doing what makes me, me. Building custom motorcycles gives me a voice. This is why the latest build of Rs Moto is named “Swar” which means voice in Nepali. This build is my voice and it’s dedicated all the Nepali voices that beg for the freedom to ride their wheels the way they want.”

Contact

RS Moto
Raajib Sayami (+977 986-5135937)
rsmotonepal@gmail.com
Gahanapokhari
Kathmandu, Nepal
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