The Harley Davidson V-Rod, the Ducati Panigale, and the Bajaj Pulser NS200 are three completely dissimilar motorbikes when compared with one another in terms of their class, style, and engine capacity.

From 1999 through 2017, Harley produced a line of V-twin cruisers known as V-Rods, each with an engine displacement of 1000 cc or more. The Ducati Panigale, a Superbike in the liter class and one of the most powerful motorcycles ever made, is a staple of the niche market for exotic vehicles. Bajaj Auto of India makes the entry level street motorcycle called the NS200. The KTM Duke 200 and the TVS Apache RTR 200 are two of its main rivals in the market.

Taking inspiration from the aforementioned three motorcycles, a custom motorcycle builder christened their mashup the Grunwald. The Polish shop Szajba modified a Harley Davidson V-Rod, giving it a Bajaj Pulser NS200-style headlight and a Ducati Panigale-style rear end.

Notable custom features include extended swingarm, free flow exhaust, linked monoshock and an attractive paint job. The custom V-Rod is also equipped with Nitrous Oxide to tear down the tarmac.