The breathtaking bobber Jugaad by Bombay Custom Works



When it comes to Mumbai, one can imagine the intense atmosphere you experience in the city. The daily hustle, bustle, and crowded streets. Amongst these crowded streets, you find that major occupants of the roads are two-wheelers, and most of these are customized to the owner’s taste. It is this art of customization that the city has, unlike anywhere else you can find.

The Design & Process:

Bombay Custom Works, Mumbai, has been in the Indian Custom scenario for over five years, and over time, they have churned out some seriously beautiful custom projects, and few have even found their way on a variety of news channels and bagged a number of awards. One of such a beautiful mod is dubbed as Jugaad, a beautiful bobber based on Royal Enfield Bullet, by Bombay Custom Works, Mumbai.

When the team at BCW started to work on the bike, the idea was to keep the bike as close to the stock form as possible with minimum alteration to the existing frame. The team started by changing the paint scheme of the bike. The color selected was Dark green, but what adds to the flare is the copper and gold accents to the bike.

Starting from the front, the bike has done with the stock mudguard and receives a chopped front fender. The headlight receives a sweet grille cover. The team has replaced the stock handlebar with a wide handlebar which has quite a rise over the stock one. This allows for the bike to have a very comfortable yet striking posture for riding. The handlebar grips are custom made from leather, but what grabs the focal point here is the bar ends. These have been custom made from brass, and have the engraving of the company name on it.

As one moves his vision towards the rear side, one finds that the tank has been retained in the stock form, but the emblem on the tank has a golden accent. The stock seat has been replaced with a thin tan leather single-seat, with striking contrast, and is superbly beautiful. Move towards the rear, and the fender also receives a chopped treatment, with a singular stoplight on the tail side. The rear quarter panel below the seat receives a beautiful leather treatment, with the name of the bike in brass.

The verdict:

BCW has managed to make a custom bobber, carrying a whole lot of swag and elegance. When you observe and study the bike, it is very evident that the team’s idea was to do minimum modifications. The team has managed to add some really astounding elements to the bike which pay attention to details. This not only magnifies the elegance of the bike but also adds a lot of flare with a minimalistic approach. The Jugaad really is an elegant piece of work from BCW…!

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