If you are a wanderer and have a penchant for classic vintage motorcycles, here’s something you might like. Bombay Custom Works, known for giving striking transformations to ordinary bikes have done a fabulous job with this Yezdi 250 Classic. Not only have they given it an all-new look, the bike also gets a new name ‘Zorawar’. Based on the Yezdi 250 Classic, this custom bike looks more along the lines of a café racer and gets a similar treatment. The after-market drop-down handlebars up front infuse the café racer element into the bike. Furthermore, it gets a short seat at the back, wrapped in tan colour. While there is decent space for the rider, it would not fit in a pillion, making it a single seater. Read More – Meet The Modified Bajaj Avenger 220 Called ‘Odin Reisende 3.0’
The new paint job on the motorcycle further accentuates the vintage look. While Bombay Custom Works have transformed the bike completely, there are few bits that have been retained from the original bike. That said, the twin exhausts on the Zorawar have been carried over from the original model. Also Read- This Custom Mahindra Scorpio Is Meaner, Muscular and More Aggressive
While the original tank on the Yezdi was robust, this custom unit is massive. Finished in black, the large fuel tank features ‘Bombay Custom Works’ lettering. And the exclusive ‘Zorawar’ lettering can be seen on the side panels. It also gets some of the retro bits like the large round headlamp in front. The fat tyres featuring multiple spikes further add bulk to the bike. The dull golden finish on some bits, like handles etc look good against the all-black body, but what you just can’t miss on this custom bike is the side stand with a bulky round disc like unit. Round the back are the twin taillamp units.
With these changes and new bits, the Yezdi 250 Classic looks like your perfect partner for a long ride, all you need to do is get astride on this beast and vroom to wherever you like.