Check out this modified cafe racer which is actually a 2013 Bajaj Discover 135 under. The bike looks completely amazing!
Bajaj Discover 135 was very popular a couple of years back. The first one was launched about a decade ago and it was a more premium offering than the CT100 and Platina. It was then a more affordable offering to the Pulsar 150. Discover was offered with 100cc, 125cc, 135cc and a 150cc engines.
Jaipur-based Kunwar’s Customs has made this out of a 2013 Bajaj Discover 135. No way it looks like a Discover. It could probably pass out as a modified version of a Royal Enfield Continental GT. This motorcycle was built in 2019 and costed the owner just Rs 70,000 for all these modifications.
The Bajaj Discover Cafe Racer gets the proper aggressive riding style with low-end clip-on handlebars. Then you have a single-seat, wider five-spoke alloy wheels, rear mono-shock, shorter front fender, rear tyre hugger, metallic silver custom paint job and round headlamps that you can see on many old school motorcycles.
Other upgrades include the addition of LED headlamps, single-pod analogue console, pushed-back footpegs and a custom exhaust system. Most of the parts here are borrowed from Yamaha FZ-S and Bajaj Avenger motorcycles. That is evident from the alloys that are seen on FZ-S V1.
Besides all the cosmetic upgrades, there are no changes done to the engine. It continues to be powered by a 135cc air-cooled engine that produces 13bhp @ 8,500rpm and 11.88Nm @ 6,500rpm, paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. The same engine also powered the Pulsar 135 LS.
Due to the increased competition, Bajaj discontinued the Discover earlier this year. Due to the BS6 norms and low sales, it was not upgraded to the latest emission norms. In the last iteration, it was available only with a 110cc engine and a 125cc engine. Now, we have the Pulsar serving the buyers in the 125cc segment.