5 Droolworthy Royal Enfield Motorcycles – Part III

In case you’ve missed delectable looking custom Royal Enfield motorcycles from India and other parts of the world, here’s Part I, and here’s Part II. Today, we’ll bring you five more droolworthy Royal Enfield motorcycles, in Part III of our continued coverage of retro rides on two wheels.

JC Moto’s Barebone 500

JC Moto's Royal Enfield Barebone 500 1

[Images courtesy JCMoto]

The Barebone is just that, a stripped out 500cc UCE Royal Enfield Classic meant to be a fast daily rider that’s also fun on the dirt. A scrambler for the road, this motorcycle has been built by Joshua Crasto of JC Moto. This bike has lost over 40 kilograms. Now, the 45 Nm of torque that the big 500cc single produces after being piped is serious stuff on a motorcycle that weighs about 140 kilograms. And all this torque is available low down considering that it’s a Bullet we’re talking about.

Rajputana Customs’ Assault

Rajputana Customs' Assault 1

[Images courtesy RajputanaCustoms]

The Assault from Rajputana Customs is a custom built motorcycle based on the Royal Enfield Classic 500. This bike was built for a customer in New Delhi. The Assault is a distinct looker, a cross between a chopper and a board tracker. Upside down front forks, fatters tyres, new rims, a distinct headlamp, revised instrumentation and a new paint job and body work are the changes on this motorcycle.

Sideburn Royal Enfield Bullet 500

Sideburn Bullet 500 Custom 2

The Sideburn Royal Enfield Bullet 500 is a street bike out and out, and a gorgeous one at that. This custom job harks back to the era when motorcycles were simple machines, shorn of all the excesses that modern bikes have. Top draw components have been used all around, right from the front suspension that comes from Paioli to the Bimota triple clamp and a 4 pot rear disc brake. Excel 19-inch rims with Honda CRF450 hubs, Maxxis tyres, a custom built hard tail suspension, a carburetor conversion, a custom fuel tank and of course that beautiful paint job, make for the other parts on this minimalist motorcycle.

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Vardenchi’s Thunderbird Custom

Vardenchi Type I Custom on a Royal Enfield Thunderbird 1

[Images courtesy Vardenchi on Facebook]

If you have 65,000 rupees to spare and want to make your daily rider Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350/500 stand out from the crowd, the Vardenchi Thunderbird Custom package might just suit you. The custom package includes some body work, a zany paint job, a new headlamp, alloy wheels, a new handlebar and instrumentation, and new mirrors. Dubbed the Type I and Type II, these custom jobs on the Thunderbird keeps the motorcycle streetable while making enough allowance for a very unique looking ride.

Bulleteer Customs’ White Fang

Bulleteer Customs' White Fang 3

[Images courtesy Bulleteer Customs on Facebook]

The White Fang from Bulleteer Customs is a cruiser based around a Royal Enfield Bullet unit construction 350cc engine. Adopting quintessential cruiser traits, the White Fang gets kicked out foot pegs and a streched wheelbase. The motorcycle is a single seater, with a top notch paint job and an LED tail lamp that’s really the highlight of the bike from the rear.