Overall fit and finish is not bad, with parts and panels fitting well, staying true to those well-balanced proportions. There’s nothing around the engine to cover the large cavity that the single cylinder creates. This should make the bike look out of proportion, but it doesn’t.
On closer inspection, you notice the switchgear is borrowed from a 150cc bike. A single-sided swingarm keeps the rear wheel connected to the chassis. Speaking of wheels, they’re custom made and the eye-catcher is the 300mm rear tyre – a Lamborghini Gallardo’s rear tyre is 295mm. This biggie is the signature feature on all Vardenchi bikes.