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IN­DIA’S FIRST pre­mium chop­per- mo­tor­cy­cles pe­cific brand, Avan­tura Chop­pers has launched its first ever pair of mod­els, called the Ru­dra and Pravega. With en­gines dis­plac­ing 2,000cc, these made-to-or­der ma­chines were made avail­able for pre-book­ing at the In­dia Bike Week. Al­most every as­pect of the mo­tor­cy­cle can be per­son­alised for its rider. The pro­duc­tion mod­els will be fully cer­ti­fied by the ARAI at the time of de­liv­ery. The mo­tor­cy­cles are priced at Rs 23.9 lakh for the Ru­dra and Rs 21.4 lakh for the Pravega (ex-show­room).

Avan­tura Chop­pers has roped in leg­endary de­signer Kevin Al­sop (Founder of Big Bear Chop­pers, USA) as the Chief De­sign En­gi­neer of the brand. Kevin, con­sid­ered a ul­ti­mate global author­ity on chop­pers, has de­signed the Ru­dra and Pravega to cre­ate the orig­i­nal chop­per ex­pe­ri­ence for In­dian riders, con­sid­er­ing every de­tail to suit lo­cal rid­ing con­di­tions. Avan­tura Chop­pers, the new­est mo­tor­cy­cle brand from In­dia, has set-up strate­gic part­ner­ships with global man­u­fac­tur-ers like S&S En­gines, Beringer brak­ing sys­tems, Primo sus­pen­sions, Mus­tang seats, Keller­mann lights and Avon tires to be OEMs for their world-class prod­uct line.

The brand name orig­i­nates from the words Avanin­dra and Tura in San­skrit. Both Ru­dra and Pravega have been spe­cially crafted with sim­i­lar base de­sign en­gi­neer­ing, giv­ing In­dian mo­tor­heads the best-in-class chop­per ex­pe­ri­ence. Ru­dra means ‘the ul­ti­mate roar’ and sig­ni­fies a raw en­chant­ing power, sig­ni­fied with its im­pos­ing road pres­ence. Draw­ing from the words ‘Pravah’ and ‘Vega’ in San­skrit, Pravega stands for ‘a tryst with the wind’.

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 ??  ?? (L-R) Vi­jay Singh, co-founder and CRO, Gau­rav A Ag­gar­wal, founder and CEO and
Amitabh Biswas, found­ing part­ner and
CMO with the Ru­dra
(L-R) Vi­jay Singh, co-founder and CRO, Gau­rav A Ag­gar­wal, founder and CEO and Amitabh Biswas, found­ing part­ner and CMO with the Ru­dra

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