The bobber bikes are one of the rare kinds of bikes found in India and if you’re tight on budget you nearly got one or zero options.
However, if you want a budget bobber, your only option is to purchase the only one on the market, or you can buy a cruiser and modify it to your requirements; The Dirt Machine Customs from Indore offers stylish solutions for all your bobber requirements. With the assistance of Dzire Customs, who handled all of the painting for this remarkable bobber, they recently did the work where they converted a Bajaj Avenger into an Indian Scout Bobber.
The bike’s body has been customized by Dirt Machine Custom with a number of in-house custom parts, with no major modifications made to the bike’s engine specifications.
The Bajaj Avenger’s original chassis is used for this custom-built motorcycle the Up-Side Down front suspension has been installed in its place the original Avenger has a smaller oil-cooled radiator on the Indian, the radiator is the same, but a larger radiator grill has been specially made to give it a bulkier appearance.
About the wheels, the front and rear are both larger than the bike’s stock version; the front measures 140-17 and the rear, 200-17, and both include spokes. The bike’s headlight has been replaced with a HED, and the taillight, other indicators, and brakes have all been updated. The front disc has a four-piston caliper, while the rear disc has a dual-piston caliper as well. A specially designed fuel tank and a single-unit digital speedometer are also displayed in the front.
According to Dirt Machine Customs, they made a custom rear chassis to give it a classic bobber look, along with custom-made side panels, front and rear fenders, and how can we ignore the custom-made Harley look-alike exhaust. In the rear, we can see Dual Shock GRS with a comfortable single-seat setup.
All of the panels were painted by Dzire Customs without the use of any stickers or decals. The Indian’s dual-tone paint job in grey and red is stunning and complements Bobber’s recently developed appearance. Additionally, they put the bike’s name, customizer insignia, and initials to the fuel tank, adding the bike additional flair.
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