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TVS Apache 200 Adventure is a one-off customer attempt

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The aftermarket modification is based on the naked Apache RTR 200.

The TVS Apache 200 Adventure tourer sounds like an attractive proposition but such a variant has not been confirmed by the automaker. A customer and his aftermarket modifier decided not to wait and come up with their own tourer based on the Apache RTR 200 street fighter.

Reported to be spotted somewhere in South Jakarta, this one-off Apache 200 Adventure is a tastefully executed mod job.

This particular example demonstrates the Apache's flexibility when it comes to modifications.

This particular example demonstrates the Apache’s flexibility when it comes to modifications.

While the color theme’s attractiveness is debatable, the overall design of the motorcycle has a nice visual character.

As you can see, the modifier kept as many components of the Apache RTR 200 intact as possible. The handle bar, switch gears, instrument console have been left untouched. The ‘Deltabox’ branded chassis member (or is it just a visual element?), new swing arm, an imposing front fairing with tall windshied and a tweaked fuel tank are new.

The motorcycle also receives knuckle guards and Givi pannier boxes. The closer observation shows that the minute Indian tri color sticker which can be found on the stock Apache RTR 200’s headlamp cowl has been relocated on the Deltabox member, albeit in an inverted manner (to depict Italian colors). This little detail strongly indicates that this adventure tourer is not an official undertaking.

The tailpiece has been carried over but the swing arm is new.

The tailpiece has been carried over but the swing arm is new.

Also read – TVS Apache RTR 200 review

It is to be noted that TVS РBMW technology cooperation agreement is said to be working on an adventure tourer platform. A real Apache Adventure tourer is not far from reality after all.

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Via – Iwanbanaran.com

 

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