JvB Moto showcases custom-built Agonda at 2023 MotoSoul
Alongside the showcase of the TVS SCR, Smoked Garage Musashi, and Rajputana Customs Wakizashi, German custom builder JvB Moto brought its custom version of the Ronin to the 2023 MotoSoul 2.0. Its custom-built motorcycle, called the Agonda, is named after the popular Indian beach Agonda in Goa.
While other custom builders have somewhat stripped down the Ronin to make its unique version, JvB Moto has chosen a minimalist appearance for the Agonda with custom-made design elements.
To begin with, the new bodywork on the Agonda stands out with its plain vanilla white paint job. However, the fuel tank features thin blue and red stripes with TVS lettering in black. JvB Moto has also given it its signature headlight cover, carbon fibre and Kevlar tank upgrades, new front fender, reworked engine crankcase covers, an aftermarket exhaust, and a large bash plate.
In addition, The Agonda gets a custom speedometer, black upside-down forks, a handmade luggage rack with an integrated taillight, bar-end indicators, new side panels with Agonda lettering, and a new handlebar. Further, JvB Moto has equipped the Agonda with a pair of Pirelli Scorpion Rally ST tyres and distinctive alloy wheels. Apart from that, it comes with a single-disc setup at both ends, a monoshock, a tinted headlight with T-shaped daytime riding light, and new footpegs.