Royal Enfield motorcycles have been the choice of modders in India for a long time. Even in stock form, the Royal Enfield motorcycles look classy, and with certain modifications they can really turn heads on the road. Here are five classy modified Royal Enfield bikes in India.
Green is the colour of jealousy and this bike in majestic olive green colour gets the perfectly suited named for itself, the Envy. The project has been done by Eimor customs in Hyderabad and the donor bike is a Royal Enfield Classic 350. The bike loses most of its bulk for a sleek body in Cafe Racer body style.
The bike gets a new tank, a new headlamp with a yellow tint, customised handlebar and grips and a green-coloured custom seat. The lower half of the bike is blacked out giving it a dual-tone effect. Other parts like tail lamps and indicators have been changed to all-LED units adding a touch of modernity to the bike.
This Royal Enfield bike is truly vintage but get a modern look after the modifications job carried out by Jaipur-based Imperial Customs. The donor bike is a 1982 350-cc Royal Enfield Bullet. It gets a bobber body design and looks quite classy. The bike gets the stock fuel tank in a dual shade of Black and Grey. The bike gets a custom handlebar, stock speedometer and non-conventional Girder fork suspension.
The bike gets new 110-mm tyres, which makes the bike look distinctive. The bike gets customised leather seats that are hand stitched. The headlamp has been replaced with the new round unit with a yellow tint. The lower part of the bike gets blacked out, which gives a very classy effect to the whole bike.
Chrome is an essential design element of stock Royal Enfield bikes. The Ornithopter custom house has taken it up to de-chrome parts of the Royal Enfield Electra 350 and give it a really sophisticated look. The bike gets dual HID headlamps that give it a unique identity. The raised handlebar and the repositioned seats give a very laid-back riding position.
The tank is aftermarket peanut-shaped and with chopped front and rear fenders, the bike looks quite upmarket. The bike gets spoked rims with much thicker rear wheels. The swingarm has been modified to accommodate the massive rear tyre. There is a custom exhaust for better performance. The bike gets bright orange racing stripes all over the body and it denoted the number 53, which may hold a special meaning for the owner of the bike.
Bull City Customs
Bull City Customs is quite popular in the modifying sector for its unique designs. This is a custom bobber based on the 2004 Royal Enfield cast iron Electra. The bike gets a new sprung seat that adds a classic look to the machine. Other parts like flat handlebars, old school knobby tyres on 80-spoke rim and exhaust wrap makes it look extremely upmarket. The bike does not get a front fender and the naked look of the bike really makes it attention-grabbing. The customised tank with chrome and black paint on the lower part of the vehicle further enhances the look of the bike.
The minimalist cafe racer design of this Royal Enfield Bullet Machismo makes it quite a looker. The bike carries minimal stock parts and almost everything that is seen in the final product has been custom made. The bike gets a single-piece flat seat and a custom tank with a wooden insert. It gets a flat handlebar with a unique under-seat support. The Rogue’s minimal design makes it truly classy.