Avantura Choppers Launches Rudra And Pravega 2000cc Bike In India

Avantura Choppers Launches Rudra And Pravega 2000cc Bike In India

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Avantura Choppers Launches Rudra at price of Rs 23.9 lakh & Pravega at price of Rs 21.4 lakhs

Avantura Choppers Launches: A Mumbai-based motorcycle maker, Avantura Choppers has established two brand new choppers: the Pravega and the Rudra. The bicycles will be manufactured at their facility in Vasai, Mumbai on a production line. The mill has a yearly production capacity of 200 bikes that is roughly 1 bike each and a half a week (not accounting for the time required for paintwork). The bike will be the real deal, using a rake that is long an S&S V-twin motor, and a fat rear tyre.

Avantura Choppers Launches

The tyres are from Avon, a British tyre company. The front employs the rear wheel and a 130/60-section tyre is a massive-280/40 section unit. The bike gets a sizable 17-liter gas tank and weighs a massive 350kg (kerb).

The bike employs slightly small 20-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels. The front has 120/70 R21 and the back gets 250/40 R18 Avon tyres. Weight in 347kg is 3kg lower compared to that of the Rudra. The fuel tank is bigger though. Both bicycles use the best of components like Beringer brakes using six-piston calipers on both the wheels, custom chairs from LED and Mustang turn signals from Kellerman, Germany. The ground clearance for both bikes is 150mm.

Avantura Choppers Launches

The 2032cc air- as well as the oil-cooled and fuel-injected engine, stems a motor builder for making performance components known, in S&S bikes. The engines run a compression for our gasoline conditions. While Avantura remains to disclose power and torque figures, these motors abroad are proven to make 130PS and 180Nm of torque. Expect figures.

The best aspect of these bikes are the individualization options on offer. A potential customer can elect for his parts by means of a 3D program which shows him that the product in a 3D renders.

Avantura Choppers Launches

Though reservations for both are available, the bikes are currently undergoing homologation. The Rudra sells for Rs 23.9 lakh, although the Pravega will charge approximately Rs 21.4 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai). A manufacturing chopper will require less time to produce (per week rather than three to six weeks to get a hand-made one), while also becoming more dependable and having easy access to parts. We did ride both of these choppers. Read our ride impressions here.

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