Aug 6, 2007

7 Digitally Altered/Created Bikes pics send in by Visitors of "Bike Chronicles of India"

Visitors of "The Bike Chronicles of India" mail their digital creations

Following are the pics send in by visitors of "The Bike Chronicles of India"..

Thanks to Kishor Sonawane, Praveen Kumar and Puneet Sehgal for sending in these Digitally Altered/Created bike pics

Kishor Sonawane's Digitally Altered Karizma



Digitally Altered Pic of Bajaj 220 send in by Praveen Kumar (found on an Indonesian blog)



Puneet Sehgal's (from Jalandhar Punjab) digital creation of his "Concept" of a Bajaj Pulsar 300








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7 Comments:

nilu said...

the yellow pulsar looks absolutely smashing!!!!

anup996 said...

...but the "yellow pulsar" looks so much like the 2007 Honda Hornet, from the colour to the fairing on the headlight...Bajaj needs to do a Honda, eh?

Black Lion said...

Bajaj Pulsar 200 Modified Picture


Check the link given below 4 digitally modified Pulsar Fear The Black Thief Edition ...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/23064469@N06/2209325109/

Mohamed said...

Ya Gold PULSAR Looks Great I want 2 alter like this My Star city 100cc to a high class looks.

Saket said...

i would prefer rtr 160 because the comfort in this bike is more than other any bike .
Its gives full comand over the bike, mileage of this bike is around 45km/ltr which is very good for this segment of bike.
So you must buy rtr 160 in place of any other 150 cc bike....

Mohamed said...

Ya Gold PULSAR Looks Great I want 2 alter like this My Star city 100cc to a high class looks.

anup996 said...

...but the "yellow pulsar" looks so much like the 2007 Honda Hornet, from the colour to the fairing on the headlight...Bajaj needs to do a Honda, eh?

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