As I have said before, the Hero CBZ was the first true blue 150 cc motorcycle in the country to target motorcycle enthusiasts. However, it was only when Bajaj came out with the Pulsar, that Indians got a chance to enjoy premium features. The brand has recorded its name in the annuls of history by its ability of truly democratising performance motorcycling. Maybe that’s why Hustler Moto took the 2004 Pulsar 150 as his canvas.
The beautiful, retro styled cafe racer, in pearl yellow with black stripes will easily catch your attention. And yes, the bike will remind you of another pocket monster, the Yamaha RX 100. The fuel tank has been sourced from it after all! The body work has been completely changed. The small classic looking headlamp is well mated with the short front mudguard.
The handlebar has been replaced by a custom built unit which also includes an integrated smartphone holder. This will work as a display for speedometer, GPS and other readouts. The stock instrumentation has been replaced by an aftermarket odometer and tachometer needle. The pillion seat has made way for a cowl, adding to the cafe racer imagery.
Just below the cowl are two gorgeous looking LED taillamps. Mechanical changes include an up jetted carburettor, a handmade exhaust and a K&N air filter.
Hustler Moto, a tuning house based in Jaipur, Rajasthan. They specialise in making custom cafe racers, scramblers, trackers and bobbers.