The company behind the two-wheeled ambulance, Ornithopter Moto Design, is back with a Bajaj Avenger 220 that has been modified. The same engine powers the head turner, but the majority of its parts are finished in gloss black. Larger scoops are added to the gasoline tank, which is also painted Metallic Orange for classic chopper appearance.
In order to save weight, the rear frame has been redesigned and cut. Additionally, it gives the motorcycle’s big Metzeler 150/90-R15 rear wheel the ideal mounting location. Michelin tyres with a 120/80-R17 size are mounted on the front wheel. The unique Zed handlebar on the Avenger appears to be its only distinguishing feature.
A specially built exhaust system is added to the same. A nylon rope is used to cover the leg guard in order to give the motorcycle extra strength. On their customised motorcycle, they have left the stock headlight unit in place. Even the dual, most comfortable seats are lost in this ordinary Avenger in favour of a single seat with the least amount of padding.
Street and Cruise are the two standard versions of the Bajaj Avenger 220. The former has a body painted in a dark theme with Matt Black accents, whereas the latter is distinguished by its heavily chromed body. While the Avenger 220 Street edition has chrome spoke wheels for extra beauty, the Cruise version has black alloy wheels.