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TVS Ronin Wakizashi concept by Rajputana Customs

Written by AnantaSaranNayak

TVS MotoSoul’s 2nd edition is currently underway. It commenced with a great start in Goa. Noteworthy to mention, TVS recently breached the 5 million global sales milestone for its Apache range. And thus, this makes the timing of the event absolutely spot on. TVS MotoSoul is the perfect platform to showcase an exhilarating experience for racers, riders and performance enthusiasts alike. Participants enjoy multiple racing events as well as action-packed performances by famous artists.

TVS Ronin Was The Key Attraction On Day 1

On the very first day of TVS MotoSoul, the key area of focus of the event was the TVS Ronin. The motorcycle has been selling in good numbers. It is currently one of the most sought-after products from TVS India’s lineup. Ronin has a massive fan following and is famous for its modern-retro profile. This is also a first in the Indian two-wheeler segment. TVS showcased its full potential and unveiled 4 custom builds of Ronin to spice up things further. The company also mentioned its plans to set foot into a new format of racing called Flat Track Racing.

Of four custom builds launched, one of the Ronin custom builds is Agonda. Germany-based JvB Moto has created this custom build. The name draws its inspiration from Agonda Beach, which is one of the famous beaches in Goa. Another Ronin custom build is the Musashi. Created by Indonesia-based Smoked Garage, it draws its inspiration from ‘Ronin’. In Japanese, it means a free, wandering samurai.

TVS Ronin Wakizashi By Rajputana Customs

Then there’s another custom build for Ronin named Wakizashi, created by Rajputana Customs. This gives the motorcycle a cafe racer profile with a rider-only seat, low-set and pulled-back handlebar, wire-spoke wheels and custom-designed sculpted fuel tank.

More TVS Ronin Custom Builds

There’s also this TVS’s own factory custom-build named SCR. This has been customised by the TVS Design Team. TVS will bring Ronin to this project. The aim is to create a new breed of racing enthusiasts. TVS mentioned that they will back the project with intense support from TVS Racing. The group’s experience of more than 40 years will come in handy. Under this, TVS will proactively engage with enthusiasts and motivate and train them. This will then help them to gain in-depth knowledge about the art of racing.

Also Read: TVSĀ Apache motorcycles cross 5 million global sales milestone.