Meet Arshad from kerela, a students of class 9th, who made light weight motorcycle using scrap from his father's automobile workshop | Arshad, studying in 9th, made a light weight motorcycle out of the waste stuff in his father's automobile workshop

  • A bike can travel up to 50 kilometers in a full tank
  • Light motorcycle made at a cost of around Rs 10,000

Dainik Bhaskar

Jun 16, 2020, 07:49 PM IST

In Kochi, 9th grade student Arshad TH has developed a light motorcycle with the help of his father's spare parts in an automobile workshop. TJ Hashim, hailing from Palluruthy, Kochi and Haseena's son Arshad is a 9th student at SDPY School. Arshad has prepared this motorcycle in a month and a half by adding scrap parts (spare parts) together. The bike also has a one-liter capacity petrol tank attached to the seat and handle. Arshad claims that this bike can travel up to 50 kilometers in a full tank.

10,000 rupees motorcycle

Scrap tires, disc brakes, LED lights, other bikes – this light motorcycle with a carrier handle and a bicycle seat costs around Rs 10,000 to build. Arshad said that when he saw an iron pipe and motorbike engine in his father's workshop during lockdown, he got the idea to build a bike. Though the father initially scolded her, but later helped her in this work and in a month and a half it was completed. After the bike, Arshad now wants to make a trolley.

Now wish to make trolley

At the same time, about this Arshad's father Hashim said that he is proud of his son's work and now he will help him in his work in future. He said that “when he was at home during the lockdown, he asked me if he could build a bike that looked like a bicycle.” After this my friend gave him a welding machine. I didn't think this bike would look so good. He also wants to get it registered now. He says he wants to make a trolley next time. I will fully support him for this.



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