- Gets the same 225cc engine as the standard bike
- All four models feature vivid bodywork
- Designed by various custom workshops
The TVS Motosoul has commenced and the Hosur-based bikemaker has taken the wraps off not one but four custom-modified Ronins. In this story, we’ll see what these bikes have to offer.
All four models bare different names with the first being called the SCR. It’s designed by the TVS Design Team. The stock-raked front end, low seat height, and block pattern tyres wrapped around alloys have made way for a more off-road-focused offering. It looks very close to a dirt bike with its long travel front forks, spoked wheels with off-road tyres, side-mounted dual exhaust pipes, raised front fender, single-seat, and wide handlebar.
Next up, it’s the Agonda, made by JvB Moto from Germany. This TVS Ronin Scrambler gets a completely new bodywork with a contrasting paint scheme of white with blue and red accents. Even the Agonda gets a wide handlebar, a single-piece seat, and large alloys with dual-purpose tyres. That said, the stock LED headlight has been carried over as it fits the overall design cues.
The third offering comes from Rajasthan-based Rajputana Customs. It’s dubbed Wakizashi and gets a thorough old-school bodywork. A halogen headlight with a lowered handlebar, custom-made fuel tank, new spoked wheels, chopped rear end, a retro-fitted rear shock, and aftermarket exhaust has made it to Wakizashi. As mentioned, it gets the same engine as the stock bike.
And last but not least, Indonesia-based Smoked Garage has also presented the Musashi. Similar to the aforementioned models, Musashi too gets a bevy of cosmetic and mechanical updates. The stock low stance has made for a rather taller setup with a floating single-piece seat, headlight grill, linked rear shock, custom engine/belly guard, and new brakes as well as the tyres and wheels.
TVS also announced a flat-track racing experience with the Ronin. And we’ll talk more about this in one of our upcoming reports.