Bobber motorcycles are not yet visible on Indian streets; only a few such motorcycles are currently available here
Bajaj has quite a few popular bikes in India and also around the world. However, his portfolio is currently missing a bobber motorcycle. While there’s no indication that Bajaj is working on a bobber motorcycle, bike customization shop VP Designs has come up with an interesting bobber-style makeover based on Avenger 220.
Bajaj Avenger Modified – Inspired by Buddha
This custom project is inspired by Buddha, an enlightened being who lived hundreds of years earlier. The custom bike has been aptly named ‘Samsara’, which stands for the endless cycle of life, death and rebirth.
The bike resonates with all things spiritual and has a powerful influence on anyone who catches a glimpse of this beauty. One of the most striking aspects of this custom Avenger 220 is its mesmerizing blue-black color theme.
It has a calming effect on the mind and radiates a sense of peace, tranquility and wisdom. It’s also pretty close to a hypnotic effect that’s hard to shake off. Blue is probably the best option for this particular theme as it is associated with things like meditation and transcendence.
Speaking of finer details, the fuel tank gets an intricate painting of Buddha. It depicts the sage in a deep state of meditation, something that emphasizes the spiritual tendencies of the bicycle. While turquoise blue is most commonly used, there are also other shades of blue for a more in-depth visual experience.
Entire bike has a matte finish, which fits the theme perfectly. Had it been a glossy finish, the bike would have lost much of its mystical beauty. In addition to the fuel tank, blue accents have been used on the fenders, fender mounts, headlight, grips, side panels, wheels and footrest. These are done subtly, exactly in the right place and in the right proportion. Inner layer of the exhaust tips also has a blue tint.
Handmade and hand painted
This project is characterized by heavy customization, with many of the stock components replaced with handcrafted units. It includes the round headlight, drag handlebars, grips, footpeg, gear lever, seat, dual exhaust and license plate mount. One pod instrument console is mounted on the right side.
Although the focus is on spirituality, the bike also has sporty elements. These include LED headlight with DRL, sharp LED turn signals and sporty exhaust design. The bike has USD forks in the front, compared to standard telescopic forks used with the Avenger 220.
Other things such as engine and braking system have probably been preserved in their stock form. To extend the theme to the rider, a helmet has been modified with the blue-black livery. Matching riding gloves, boots, jacket, pants are all that remains to be added.