Avantura Choppers Rudra & Pravega
The young company is building authentic American choppers in India and got a spin in its newest creations.
The Avantura Pravega sits tall but is heavier with a kerb weight of 347 kg.
The Avantura Rudra is as long as an entry level car With a lenght of 2908 mm.
The Rudra with a raised handlebar, teardrop fuel tank, while a massive alloy wheel continues to serve purpose at the rear.
The Rudra and Pravega from Avantura share the same underpinnings but differ largely in design.
The bikes get 6-piston caliper brakes from Beringer, a French company that makes brakes for aircrafts.
The ignition fob is very Harley like, and comes with an in-built anti-theft alarm as well.
The LED headlamp is sourced from a company in Taiwan, turn indicators from Kellerman, Germany.
The instrument console is simple and provides all the basic details.
The Rudra feels extremely accommodating and even with the low-slung stance, it's a hoot to ride.
The bikes use a 6-speed transmission sourced from Rivera, USA and the unit has been calibrated decently to the engine.
Avantura Choppers sources a 2000 cc V-Twin, short stroke engine from American company S&S.
The Avantura Pravega is surprisingly easy to ride, Despite its overwhelming size.
The suspension setup comes from Progressive and is firm but not unsettling.
Ride quality is pliant without being too plush and is just firm enough to not unsettle the rider on a bad patch of road.
The Avantura Pravega is a proper mile muncher and gets a more conventional riding stance.