- A motorcycle can journey as much as 50 kilometers in a full tank
- Mild bike made at a price of round Rs 10,000
Every day newspaper
Jun 18, 2020, 10:36 AM IST
Arshad TH, a ninth grade pupil in Kochi, has developed a lightweight bike with the assistance of his father’s spare components in an car workshop. TJ Hashim, hailing from Palluruthy, Kochi and Haseena’s son Arshad is a ninth pupil at SDPY Faculty. Arshad has ready this bike in a month and a half by including scrap components (spare components) collectively. The bike additionally has a one-liter capability petrol tank connected to the seat and deal with. Arshad claims that this bike can journey as much as 50 kilometers in a full tank.
10,000 rupees bike
Scrap tires, disc brakes, LED lights, different bikes – this mild bike with service deal with and bicycle seat has value about Rs 10,000 to make. Arshad advised that when he noticed an iron pipe and motorcycle engine in his father’s workshop throughout lockdown, he bought the thought to construct a motorcycle. Although the daddy initially scolded her, however later helped her on this work and in a month and a half it was accomplished. After the bike, Arshad now needs to make a trolley.
Now want to make trolley
On the similar time, Arshad’s father Hashim mentioned that he’s happy with his son’s work and now he’ll assist him in his work in future. He mentioned 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 pal gave him a welding machine. I did not assume this bike would look so good. Now he additionally needs to get it registered. He says he needs to make a trolley subsequent time. I’ll totally help him for this.
Kerala: A ninth customary pupil, Arshad TH, has made a lightweight bike through the use of scrap supplies from his father’s car workshop in Kochi. He says, “I took one & a half month to make this bike. It can run up to 50-km in 1-liter petrol. I wish to make a trolley next time”. pic.twitter.com/JF2YjgFTni
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