Lots of bike enthusiasts modify their motorcycles tastefully. But, some people take an odd (we must say wilder) route to personalize their ride and one of them is Bengaluru based Zakir Khan. The 29 year old boy, who is interior designer by profession, showcased his 13-foot-long chopper bike at the Durga Parameshwari BDA grounds in JP Nagar Phase II on Saturday and Sunday. Check Out – Unbelievably Modified Bajaj Pulsars
Zakir’s chopper weighs 450kgs, and measures 5.5 feet in width. It’s one of the world’s longest choppers. The bike rides on a mini truck tyre fitted at the rear axle. It has a 6-fot long fork suspension and silencers in the front.
The chopper features green and yellow camouflage graphics with bold chain all around the fuel tank and at the rear section. To add more swag, Zakir fitted a skull moniker at the front end of the motorcycle. Read – Meet This Modified Hero Xtreme That Resembles A Suzuki Hayabusa
For power, the modified 13-foot-long chopper bike uses a calibrated 220cc engine. Underpinning a customized chassis, the bike can deliver a top speed of 120kmph. The chopper has been designed and developed at Zakir’s workshop situated near his residence in Nagarbhavi, West Bengaluru. The entire customization process took 45 days, and the total money that he has put into it is Rs 7.5 lakh.
Well, we don’t know how convenient it would be to ride on congested Bengaluru roads. But, it will surely turn heads on the road.
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