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This custom bike was once a Hero Karizma

Hero Karizma Custom Mod

The custom chassis is fitted with KTM Duke’s suspension system.

Mumbai-based custom bike builder Road Rage Custom Builds (RRCB) has created a rather interesting bespoke motorcycle based on the Hero Karizma for one of its clients. RRCB was asked to come up with a custom concept which has no immediately recognizable connection with the donor modelĀ and the result is a street bike which doubles up as a chopper. The motorcycle is named as Karizma RR (Road Rage).

The team came up came up with a fluorescent green custom frame which is suspended by KTM Duke’s WP inverted front telescopic fork and rear monoshock. It has got custom fit KTM swing arm too. The front and rear wheels come shod with 120 mm and 170 mm section tyres respectively. Both wheels are retarded by a single disc brake each with green calipers.

Hero Karizma Custom Mod

This Hero Karizma custom bike is an amalgamation of a chopper and a street bike.

The V-shaped headlamp cluster of the Hero Karizma custom bike is composed of twin 18 watt LED headlamps, neatly stacked daytime running lights and integrated LED blinkers. The small and slender fuel tank and low set saddle render a chopper’s stance.

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Surprisingly, the fluorescent green chassis, matte black bodywork and chrome finished wheels make for a very good combo. A minimal tailpiece, hi-power LED taillights with integrated blinkers, logo carrying rear tyre hugger and an upward facing custom exhaust canister round off the design.

Hero Karizma Custom Bike By RRCB – Photos


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  • Raj Kumar

    Don’t know why but I don’t like the bike it looks plastic, strange. The light green colour is no good.