The India Bike Week had loads to offer to the hundreds of bikers who rode their way to Vagator in Goa over the weekend. Even the audience were entertained with lots of music, beer and food.
But that wasn't all. The India Bike Week had many unique and heavily customised motorcycles as well. This was a perfect ground for bike builders to showcase their latest designs.
One such eyecatcher was the Triumph Scrambler by Rajputana Customs at the Triumph stall.
The Jaipur based custom motorcycle builder who is quite well known for its work with Harley-Davidson, showcased a stunning motorcycle, based on the Triumph Bonneville.
The scrambler is finished in matte grey and black detailing. This one off custom build has been the result of two hard working months, to celebrate Triumph Motorcycle's first anniversary in India.
Every little detail has been worked on, including the headlights, handlebar, exhaust pipes and tail lamps. The front end gets a neat, small fender and rear fenders are raised as well.
The engine is still a stock company spec motor. It is a 865 cc, parallel-twin, air-cooled engine which produces 61 PS of power and 61 Nm of torque, mated to a 5-speed gearbox.