The throwback Suzuki AX100 has the same promise as the storied Yamaha RX100. Although the brand wasn’t as well-known as the latter in the 1980s, it was nonetheless brimming with promise, which the owner has now unwrapped after 32 years. Tusshar More (Owner) totally restored the motorcycle and even installed better parts for increased performance and safety to preserve this important piece of motorcycle history. The bike was purchased by his father in 1986, and even after all this time, they kept the AX100 in working order. This 2-stroke vehicle incorporates classic design lines in each connected component, much like the Yamaha RX100. Tusshar and his friend Iqbal completed the entire modification/restoration (Hind Auto, Aurangabad).
The motorcycle is painted with an orange base colour and black accents in key areas for clear design and a dual-tone finish. The sticker work is simple, with the majority of the finish in white for ideal highlighting. For the ideal, non-slip surface, Tushar uses a bespoke seat with thick quilting and a raised middle and rear part. The entire handlebar is made of chrome to match the rearview mirrors and indicators, which are both well finished. The 98cc AX100 is more aesthetically pleasing than ever thanks to the use of dual chrome exhaust. The finest improvement one can make to this vintage machine is to add a front disc brake, though.
The spoke wheels on the Suzuki AX100 are wrapped in gripping tyres for the ideal grip. Standard forks, a projector-studded chrome circular headlamp, and a twin pod console with chrome outside lines are included in the front portion. The 98cc engine had a top speed of more than 100 kph. Tushar has modified an engine block piston, though, to increase acceleration. He claims to get 58 kilometres per gallon. The redesigned Suzuki AX100 is 2,157mm long, 725mm wide, and 1,253mm tall. The bike’s wheelbase is 1,277mm, its gasoline tank has a 12-liter capacity, and its entire weight is 112 kilos.