The modest Honda CB Unicorn 150 has undergone a total makeover, removing every component that would have formerly told the tale of the bike’s origins. Because Blue was chosen as the foundation colour, a first glance is certain to draw attentive eyes in the direction of the rider. In addition to the fuel tank, the front headlight cover and disc brakes also exhibit the details. The panel just behind the seat is jet black, precise, and well-placed, eliminating the illusion typically produced by a modified cafe racer’s frame that appears to be empty.
McM Custom uses a considerably more intelligent fuel tank, diamond quilted seats, and an exposed seat frame. The rear features a floating fender, and the exhaust pipe has a centre twist a la the Ducati Scrambler that leads to a muffler with plenty of attitude. The factory-installed wheels now have larger, more gripping rubber than the Honda Unicorn 150 comes with. The major alteration on this motorbike is the replacement of the dual shocks with a robust monoshock, which not only improves the appearance but also gives the rider a sportier posture.
It has a regular 149.2cc engine, rubber grips on the standard forks, and a circular front headlamp. It continues to produce 12.73 BHP and 12.80 Nm overall. Weight loss will undoubtedly result in faster sprints and easier mobility. Due to weight reduction, the claimed top speed of 101 kph can still be reached. This will offset the effect of diminished aerodynamic efficiency.