This superbly restored 1998 Yamaha RX 100 is an illustration of Indian enthusiasts’ enduring affection for classic motorcycles. This work was finished by Kanker, Chattisgarh-based Ravi Yamaha, who wanted to keep the RX 100’s originality from two decades ago. By including contemporary additions that were lacking at that time period, such as alloy wheels and a black exhaust, the restoration was elevated to a new level. The motorcycle has a silver body paint finish, accents on the fuel tank and side panels, an impressively detailed stock dashboard, and a chrome grab rail that runs parallel to the whole length of the back seat on both sides.
This Yamaha RX 100 has been expertly restored, with the addition of silver three-spoke alloy wheels, brand-new vintage tyres, and chrome detailing on specific areas. From the covers, the engine appears clean, and the leg guards increase functionality. The RX 100’s 98cc, two-stroke engine has a maximum output of 10.39 Nm of torque and 11 BHP of power. The engine is paired with a 4-speed transmission. It has an amazing power to weight ratio considering that it weighs only 103 kg in stock condition. This restoration operation cost INR 25,000 in total (excluding the donor bike).