The storied Yamaha RX135 possesses a certain charm in its body, captivating devotees with the fundamental design that was a benchmark for its day. Shivshahi Customs recognised the motorcycle’s potential and set out on a quest to help the owner comprehend the bond a rider has with their vehicle. The modifier, who was new to the world of customs, built this stunning machine with the assistance of a friend in a garage at home. On the gasoline tank, the effort put into it is plainly visible and completed in a luxurious Blue tint. Even the design has a strikingly carved knee area and a front part.
The Yamaha RX135 Cafe Racer has a sizable front petal disc brake that aids the rider in confidently controlling this extremely powerful vehicle. The two-stroke jewel’s bespoke black, beefed-up exhaust system matches the darkly polished engine and freshly painted frame nicely. The most impressive modification to the RX135 Cafe Racer’s standard design is the addition of a disc brake to the rear segment. The riding position on a motorbike is further enhanced by the usage of bar end mirrors and clip-on handlebars. Black stripes are present on the gasoline tank to improve visual appeal.
The ribbed cafe racer seat with a movable rear piece replaced the flat seat found on the original version. Completely exposed, with a unique taillight and a sizable monoshock serving as the suspension, is the frame. The wheels are obtained from Bajaj Pulsar, receiving the thicker rubber and black-finished petal design over the factory version. A single round console with a simple speedometer and odometer serves as the console. The 132cc, single-cylinder engine on the Yamaha RX135 generates 14 BHP and 12.25 Nm of torque. The engine has a 4-speed gearbox and a top speed of more than 100 kph.