Recently, Costa Motorcycle Co. introduced CB Unicorn Numero Uno, their first ever product (Number One in Italian). They created this cafe racer out of a 150cc Honda Unicorn and are from West Godavari, Andhra Pradesh. Numero Uno was designed with the idea of using the fewest possible body parts, which is evident from the moment you see the motorcycle.
The severely customised commuter was turned into a cafe racer by cutting off a portion of the rear subframe, as shown by Moiz Bashiruddin of Costa Motorcycle Co. Numero Uno now has a Brat-inspired appearance thanks to the replacement of stock components like the seat and mudguards with unique units. The use of Clubman-style handlebars on the motorcycle was the other significant alteration.
The gasoline tank on the Honda CB Unicorn was changed out for a bespoke one and painted this wonderful wine red colour. 100/90-18 and 110/90-18 tyres are used in place of the front and back wheels, respectively. The original air filter was replaced with a bespoke BMC free flow unit while the engine was painted Matt Black. This whole process took a month to finish.
On the Numero Uno, every light was replaced with an LED, with the exception of the headlight, which is spherical in this instance. The side panel is now marked with the number “01,” signifying that it was their very first structure. Even a bespoke exhaust was fixed for the motorcycle’s extra enjoyment. The factory Honda Unicorn 150 comes with the exact same alloy wheels.