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Yamaha SR150 Scrambler: A Recepe To Convert A Simple Street Bike Into A Hooligan

Modified On Sep 12, 2022 05:11 PM By Ishan Lee

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Turning simple street bikes into scramblers is common practice, and this modified 150cc scrambler, the Yamaha SR150, looks like a proper blast from the past. Built in Taiwan by Twist Moto – a bike customisation and repair workshop – this motorcycle is a good reference point for those who’d like to transform their motorcycles into scramblers.

The most important visual element for a scrambler is the minimal bodywork. This SR150’s retro design gets a beautiful chrome headlight, peanut-style fuel tank finished in a shade of Royal Blue contrasting very well with its white handlebar grips, chrome finished fenders and handlebar, and upswept exhaust.

As you move along to the side of the motorcycle, other distinct scrambler design elements are the banana-style seat and U-bend subframe. Adding the finishing touches to the scrambler are the retro style mono-pod analogue instrumentation, brake and clutch levers, orange indicators and tail light.      

Because scramblers are traditionally seen as street bikes modified to go off-road, the commuter is seen sporting wire-spoke rims and knobby tyres. That said, it may not be as hardcore off-road as an Hero Xpulse 200 4V, because the suspension setup does not appear to be long travel one.

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While India Yamaha may not have a scrambler in its lineup, if you’d like a retro themed scrambler, check out the Yezdi Scrambler which captures the vintage theme very well while giving you a 300cc motorcycle to thrash around on dirt.

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