In Pakistan, you may have come across many modified cars on the road. The passion to modify a vehicle to the way you love has been deeply embedded in the Pakistani youth for a very long time.
But in a country where cars are mostly modified, a custom garage in Islamabad ‘Trio Customs’ is dedicated to modifying common motorcycles into dream machines.
The team at the garage recently transformed a typical Honda CG 12CC (2013) into a 125CC Classic Cafe Racer and the results are simply amazing.
Trio Customs hand built all the parts for this transformation except the lights. The tail was also constructed at the garage which increased the overall length of the motorcycle by 5 inches.
The custom-made Classic Cafe Racer features 4.10 – 18 rear tyre and 110-90 – 18 front tyre. According to the team, the total expense of this transformation was approximately RS. 85,000.
In case you are wondering how the original bike looked like, here are some original photos of the Honda CG 125CC which got modified.
More about Trio Customs
Trio customs is a custom garage which promotes cafe racer culture. It was founded in 2016 by four students who had a common interest in motorcycle modifications.
Since all four founding members of the company were following the cafe racer culture, they got together and started producing some pretty good cafe racer style machines. This is when the idea of modifying bikes for others came into the minds of Usman Khan, Hassaan Khurshid, Waqar Haider Baig and Rana Saad and they formed Trio Customs.
Location of Trio Customs
If you ever feel like getting a modification for your motorcycle, you can find Trio Customs at Sector G7, behind PSO pump, near Khadda Market, Islamabad.
You can also get in touch with the company through their official Facebook page.