Bajaj Avenger Modified Custom Motorcycle Have Royal Looks

Bajaj Avenger modified custom motorcycle, created by Delhi-based Neev Motorcycles have royal vibes. 

Bajaj Avenger modified custom motorcycle, created by Delhi-based Neev Motorcycles have royal vibes.

The bike has an eye-catching design along with a bobber style single seat layout makes Atom an attractive proposition. The entire motorcycle is finished in black and has a custom fuel tank with a centrally-mounted fuel cap. Harley Davidson vibes are clearly visible from the new customization.

Neev Motorcycles is a Delhi-based company that is known for making beautiful custom motorcycles that are usually based on a Royal Enfield. Their previous works were mostly based on a Royal Enfield. With a rather blank canvas, Royal Enfield is the preferred choice for modding jobs.

The customized bike has an interesting pattern on top of the fuel tank finished in grey which resembles a Christian cross or Denmark’s flag. Regardless, it does look great. There are custom fork covers, engine guards, auxiliary lights, and a  beautifully crafted and finished quilted pattern seat cover that enhance the overall look and do not compromise comfort.

Some of the chassis are left exposed and there are new battery covers and air filter covers that are custom. Along with don Atom branding which looks scientific, based on the design. Bajaj Avenger modified motorcycle has new after-market LED turn indicators at the front and rear. These indicators enhance the look and add the right amount of sassiness to the bike.  An aftermarket exhaust grabs a lot of attention and dons a slip-on end can from SC-Project.

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