Matte Black Bajaj Avenger 150 Street by R.A.C.E

Matte Black Bajaj Avenger 150 Street by R.A.C.E

Matte Black Bajaj Avenger 150 Street by R.A.C.E: Although Bajaj has divided the Avenger fans safely with Street and Cruise variants, some prefer exclusivity over all other trends of the automobile market. Radical Rat Rodz (now known as R.A.C.E) recently worked on one such Avenger, wrapping the cruiser completely in Matte Black and leaving fans stunned with simple yet appealing body finish. What makes it more special is the flowing chrome copper race stripe throughout the body on one of the side of this motorcycle. Those who could not accept the stock handlebar would love going with the extra wide stock handlebar. [caption id="attachment_115825" align="aligncenter" width="760"]Matte Black Bajaj Avenger 150 Street by R.A.C.E Matte Black Bajaj Avenger 150 Street by R.A.C.E[/caption] The headlight, taillight and turn indicators are covered with Black protectors on all sides. The exhaust system is even replaced with a different one than the present generation Avenger.For further inquiries and pricing details you can contact:

R.A.C.E (Radical Automotive Concepts & Engineering)

  • Contact Person: Joe Rossi
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  • Mobile Number: 8939153145 | 9791031224 | 9884294055
  • Address: 38/31 Maroof Sahib St, Mount Road, Ch-2, Chennai – 600002, India
Bajaj now retails the Avenger in three different variant with two engine sizes. This one is based on the entry spec Avenger 150 Street (discontinued model). The engine is good for 14.3 BHP and 12.5 Nm of torque. Unlike typical cruisers with more torque at lower rpm, Bajaj Avenger uses a standard design engine that produces power at higher rev range.

Avenger 220 is the more powerful version with oil cooled 220 cc engine producing 18.8 BHP and 17.5 Nm of torque. The same comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The Cruise variant is loaded with chrome while Street uses dark themed shades all over the body. Major difference comes through a visual of the wheels as Cruise 220 comes with chrome spoke units. Bajaj Avenger is the most affordable cruiser motorcycle with a low 725 mm of seat height. *Update: Bajaj recently replaced the Bajaj Avenger 150 Street with New Avenger 180 Street.