Those who recall Cybertron as a planet on the verge of destruction will like meeting an exact opposite Honda Shine. This one is neatly constructed, well-engineered, and feels lively throughout its entire body. It’s actually just as challenging to figure out that it’s Honda Shine as an abstract problem. The darkly decorated machine has a gasoline tank in the style of a Yamaha RX100, handlebars that are lower, and an almost chopped rear seat assembly that is replaced by a classic cafe racing seat. The twin rear shocks provide enough support, and between them is a bare frame that encourages the appearance of lean muscle.
A handcrafted rear fender that is only visible from the left angle appears as soon as the seat stops. For that sporty seating position, the “Feel on Wheel” team has raised the footpegs to the point where they are practically rear mounted. The size of the front custom-built mudguard is likewise much smaller than one may anticipate. The front round lamp now comes with a knight mask for that Transformers feel, and telescopic forks are now available with rubber covers. Cybertron has an 18-inch wheel up front with an 80/100 tyre, and a 17-inch wheel at the back with a 120/80 tyre. With 150mm, the ground clearance is good.
Cybertron’s construction will cost INR 99,999 in total. This contains a 60,000 INR Honda CB Shine (Approximate). Standard Cybertron (Black/Grey), Bumblebee (Black/Yellow), Soundwave (White/Blue), and Optimus Prime (White/Red) are among the available colour options. The variation includes an analogue instrument console, electronic starter, and disc brake. With this 125cc engine, “Feel on Wheel” is using a custom exhaust system. Honda CB Shine’s base model produces 10.57 BHP at 7500 rpm and 10.30 Nm at 5500 rpm. The engine is paired with a 4-speed transmission. The motorcycle’s peak speed in stock form is 100 kmph.