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  • Man rides custom-built pink 'Mini Bullet' on Delhi roads, calls it Pinki


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    Man rides custom-built pink 'Mini Bullet' on Delhi roads, calls it Pinki!!

     

    Viral video: Man rides custom-built pink 'Mini Bullet' on Delhi roads, calls it Pinki

    A video has gone viral on the internet showing a pink-coloured custom-built miniature motorcycle riding on the streets of Delhi, garnering interest from not only netizens but also turning heads out on the road. The owner of the custom motorcycle has named it 'Pinki', signifying the pink body colour of the bike including the alloy wheels.
    The 'Mini Bullet' features a single-seat, bobber-like setup with an offset monoshock at the rear and telescopic forks at the front. The retro theme of the bike is obvious with its circular headlamp and round turn indicators, with a teardrop shaped fuel tank. While the specs or dimensions of the motorcycle aren't available, it is far smaller than a regular motorcycle.
     
     

     

    The motorcycle has been built by Delhi-based 'NCR Motorcycles', owned by the person seen riding it. The modifier claims that he has built this motorcycle for his daughter and is actually based on a 2013 Honda Activa scooter rather than a motorcycle. 'Pinki' uses Activa's 110 cc single-cylinder engine and chassis, with the latter having slightly modified.
    The fuel tank has been taken from a Royal Enfield motorcycle, but is of course shortened a bit. The front suspension is taken from a Honda Aviator along with the front disc, while the handlebar is said to be from Royal Enfield Classic 350. A host of parts have also been custom made like the mudguard, frame, and so on.
     


    What do you think about this custom-built 'Mini Bullet'? Let us know in the comments down below.

     

    Article Credits: TOI

     

     


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