Ibrar Bike Decorator from Patna cosmetically transformed the Bajaj Avenger into an Indian Scout using the Avenger 220. The achievement cost INR 60,000 to complete. First, stock components for the Bajaj Avenger were taken out and examined to determine which could be upgraded and which required to be reused.
Not unexpectedly, practically everything other than the suspension and frame was left unused because it changed the Indian Scout’s imposing stance. Most moderators would leave the engine portion alone, but Ibrar chose to cover it with a specially made cover that looks like the V-Twin engine from a large motorcycle like the Indian Scout. A mild chrome coating was applied to it.
New aftermarket headlight, broad fender, dual-purpose wide tyre (influenced by Scout), and five spoke chrome alloy wheels were installed on the front of the Bajaj Avenger. One can see a handmade gasoline tank that has the same same design as the fuel tank on the Scout.
In Scout, the long vertical piece of plastic that supports the radiator has been utilised in a similar way. A different seat with an integrated backrest, an extra broad fender, an aftermarket under-seat panel, and a fat tyre are all present on the rear end. The twin exhaust system, which was inspired by the Scout, is on the right side. There is also a sizable rear cruiser-specific disc.
Each modification is distinctive in and of itself, and this example from Ibrar Bike Decorator demonstrates how well one can create a bike that is both nationally and internationally appreciated. They have even placed Indian Motorcycle logos over one headlight and Scout-specific tank stickers.
The Scout’s extra-long wheelbase allows them to position the front seat in the recognisable V pattern. Saif is the owner of the bike. Currently, there are three Avenger purchase options: 180 Street, 220 Street, and 220 Cruise. When a buyer wants the most comfortable seating available for long distance travel, it turns out to be the ideal choice.