5 beautifully MODIFIED Bajaj Pulsar motorcycles

5 beautifully MODIFIED Bajaj Pulsar motorcycles

Bajaj Pulsar is easily among the most popular Indian motorcycle brands around. The Pulsar range comprises motorcycles for every budget. Right from the 135 LS to the RS200, there’s a Pulsar in almost every mainstream motorcycle segment. Thanks to the grunty engines, attractive prices, and a long list of features, these motorcycles enjoy a good following.

They’ve even made it to the custom bike market and there are many very delicious Pulsar-based custom motorcycles around. Here are 5 gorgeously modified Bajaj Pulsar motorcycles that will make you fall in love with their enhanced visual appeal.

Cafe Tracker modified Pulsar 150

Modified Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi Cafe Tracker by Furious Customs images

This motorcycle started life as a Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi. However, it has now been transformed into a Cafe Tracker that has a high retro appeal. The front tyre has been replaced with a fatter unit while the forks have been given a brushed aluminium finish. The mudguards have been removed to give the motorcycle a rugged look. The headlight and the bikini fairing has been replaced with a round headlamp and the original tank makes way for a larger red-painted unit. The twin gas shock absorbers have been placed with a monoshock setup. The custom extended swingarm gets a chrome finish.

Serrao by Bombay Custom Works

Bombay Custom Works have come up with a Cafe Racer that they have named as the Serrao. Even this modified motorcycle is based on a Bajaj Pulsar 150. Almost all of the original panels have been replaced with custom ones, which go on to give the motorcycle a bespoke appearance. The highlights include a thin single-seat arrangement and a custom fuel tank that seems to have come from a classic cafe racer from yore. The alloys have been replaced with black-painted spoke wheels and the digital speedo makes way for a single-pod analogue unit.

Bobber by Gabriel Motorcycles

Gabriel Motorcycles have come up with a Bobber motorcycle based on a Bajaj Pulsar 220. The alloys have been replaced with spoke wheels and are shod with slightly wider tyres (the front gets 130 mm and rear 150 mm). The fenders are custom made and so are the knuckle duster foot pegs. The twin gas shock absorbers of the stock motorcycle have been replaced with an underbelly monoshock while the original exhaust too has made way for an underbelly setup. Other highlights include a custom-made flame shaped Brake & Gear pedal levers, laser engraved air filter & battery box, a single seat and bar-end rear view mirrors. Also, this motorcycle gets a really very attractive air-brushed paint job.

Bajaj Pulsar 200 Cafe Racer by Adromeda Custom Motorcycles

Here is a cafe racer that is based on a Pulsar 200. It has been done up by Andromeda Custom Motorcycles. This motorcycle looks much like what a true blue Cafe racer should.The customisers have chopped off the frame from its rear, but have made modifications to ensure the structural rigidity remains intact. The motorcycle gets a custom fuel tank with a bright red paint job. It also gets a custom headlight, analogue speedometer, under seat ignition keyhole and a custom-made single seat with complementing red stitches. The motorcycle also gets custom turn indicators and tail light. Performance upgrades include a conical air filter and a free-flow exhaust.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200-based street motorycle

Seen above is a Bajaj Pulsar RS200 that has been modified into a rather futuristic looking street motorcycle. Much of the upgrades have been made to the front, with the motorcycle losing a large part of its full fairing and instead getting a pair of vertically stacked headlamps. The side panels have been updated and have a matte black finish. The tailpiece is also updated. Overall, the motorcycle doesn’t look anything like the RS200, unless the stock instrumentation and the original fuel tank catches your attention. While this isn’t the prettiest RS200-based custom motorcycle we’ve seen, it definitely has a unique look.

Image sources – 1, 2, 3, 4; Video source – The Hassan Roadsters