This is true, no matter how modern bikes offer you advanced techy features, every Indian moto-enthusiastic shares this immensely common affection towards Yamaha’s victorious two stroke motorcycle in time – RX 100. Since the bike was launched a ages go in 1985, the bike indeed ruled the two-wheeler market up until the year Yamaha discontinued it – 1996, and in present date after decades from discontinuation, the mighty RX loudly shares the road with majestic presence. There’s enthusiasts who still restore reform the RX’s purely Cafe-Racer appearance, like this young guy Akshat sharma, a product designer from Lucknow who recently modified his Yamaha into a tidy Cafe racer, a full on handbuilt bike with some interesting and appealing look. Akshat named his custom RX cafe racer ‘Dvij’ – Sanskrit meaning of rebirth.
The bike is excellently created without sloping the charm of the bike which we really appreciate and exaggerate our sentimental longing and wistful affection towards the glorious motorcycle era in past!