A viral video posted by Honey Saxena on youtube has introduced the world to a unique bike named Tarzan owned by a 70-year-old man from Bareilly. What sets the motorcycle apart from other bikes in the market is the fact that it comes with a mini ATM installed with it. The ATM reportedly gives money on voice command. The same applies to start the bike by just calling out: "Tarzan".
In the video, one can see Honey Saxena talking to Mohammad Sayeed from Bareily who has built the bike with his expertise. Honey asks him to show around his bike. At the beginning of the video, Sayeed asks the bike's ATM to give him Rs.5 which the ATM gives out promptly. The same action is reiterated by Honey who stands in front of a camera attached in the front of the bike which flashes and takes his picture. Just when Honey asks for money, the ATM hands him the currency. Moreover, the bike also starts by voice command. Sayeed called the bike by its name Tarzan to which it started automatically. Features of the bike keep piling on and on in the video and Sayeed shows how he can put his bike on and off the stand despite its heavyweight by a simple push. The bike also has a sound box attached to it which starts and stops on voice and gesture commands.
Sayeed claims that the bike is one of its kind for its ATM that works on voice command. As seen in the video, the bike a veteran model of Sooraj automobiles which is handled by few nowadays. Sayeed has perhaps refurbished an old bike and added unique features. Sooraj Automobiles is a Saharanpur based company that produces produce diesel motorcycles with Royal Enfield gearbox fitted with Lombardini 325cc diesel engine. The company advertised a fuel efficiency of 80kmpl.