Hero Honda CBZ-based cafe racer Spitfire V.82 from Pune-based Dochaki Designs is on display for the crowd. This name is inspired from the Spitfire fighter jet of the British Air Force. The exhaust of an aeroplane, which has several exits from a single unit, serves as inspiration for exhaust design as well.
The brake and clutch levers are supported by a specially made handlebar unit. Additionally, customers receive a traditional twin pod console with analogue features. The motorcycle’s single diamond quilted seat and rear-set footpegs both look fantastic. The handlebar grips were polished in brown to match the side bag and seat perfectly.
Spitfire’s rear ends around a modified frame that no longer includes any components related to the dynamics of the pillion seat. A fat tyre that appears to have been taken from a cruiser-specific machine has been used by Dochaki Designs. The motorcycle’s fuel tank is roughly comparable to those found on cafe racers all around the world.
They cut the front fender so that the full side profile of the front tyre is clearly exposed, while the rear fender was replaced with a tyre hugger. For convenience of riding, dual springs and telescoping forks were left in place.
When compared to the motorcycle’s light colour option, the yellow finish on the front and rear suspension components feels excellent. The rims utilised here are spoked with a black finish, while the tyres are substantial. Dochaki Designs even employed chrome rearview mirrors on both sides to get the most out of their design.
To improve the overall appeal of this motorcycle’s appearance, bar end type mirrors could have been a better choice. A 156.8 cc, single-cylinder engine with 12.8 BHP and 12.45 Nm of torque powers the Hero Honda CBZ. The engine is paired with a 5-speed manual transmission.