The Honda CB Unicorn 150 has never been a favourite of people who seek excitement and adventure at every turn. Furious Customs of Kolhapur, Maharashtra, have significantly altered the respectable sports commuter. No one can even predict the bike from its appearance due to the absurd evident discrepancies. This Honda Unicorn Scrambler abandons the etiquette of the city and dons attire that isn’t really suited to its soul.
This common example has chrome spoke wheels, off-road tyres, and a ribbed seat. A bespoke gasoline tank and a front with dual headlights have also been added to the same vehicle. The rear tyre utilised here is 110/90-16, whereas the front tyre for the identical vehicle is 100/90-17. The side panels are constructed by hand, and the front and back chopped fenders are made to order. Even more so, the bespoke exhaust produces a screaming, booming sound.
The motorcycle’s engine specs are unknown, however a factory Honda CB Unicorn 150 is capable of 12.73 BHP at 8000 rpm and 12.80 Nm at 5500 rpm. It is connected to a 5-speed transmission. The modified version may have lower speeds if the engine is still in factory condition, compared to the stock version’s peak speed claim of about 100 kmph. From most angles, it appears retro-modern.