The Honda Shine was introduced in India in 2006 and is a motorcycle developed by Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI). It is a 125 cc motorcycle. The Honda Shine-based Cafe Racer gets many hand-built parts. You can actually buy this bike as it is currently on sale for Rs 50,000. Moreover, the front forks have been painted black. In the side profile, you’ll be quick to notice the flatter seat. At the front, this Shine gets a round headlamp and a small front-fender. It also gets a wider front tire. The original fuel tank has been replaced with a new one, which comes from an unsuspecting Bajaj Avenger 220. Also, the twin shock absorbers have been replaced with a monoshock that gets a bright red paint scheme. However, its fuel-filler cap has been moved from its centre position towards the right. The side panel has been replaced with what looks like a wire mesh grille.
Most people want to modify their bike into a Caferacer as it is the most loving type of bike and it is not costly for its modification. This is another Cafe Racer modification done on a commuter Honda Shine. This modification comes from Ahmedabad-based McM customs.
As you can see the modification is amazing with Black and white color theme. Most of the body parts are redesigned for the cafe racer look.
At the front it has a round head lamps with a wide and low handlebar which is a caferacer style. The fuel tank is redesigned which comes from Honda Shine and the seat is also custom made in cafe racer style.
The amazing part of this modification is its tires which are really bold looking with black alloy and white writing. It has aftermarket side mirror and side indicators are on handle at the front and on the side of the seat at rear. The tail lamp is below the seat which is a red led strip. There is no changes done mechanically in the engine but it is painted in black color.
This modification has a custom exhaust system which is really loud regarding its 125cc engine. To listen the exhaust sound and riding position on this bike watch the video.
Honda claimed that the Shine accelerated from 0 to 60 km/h (0 to 37 mph) in 5.30 seconds and had a top speed of 95–100 km/h (59–62 mph).