Royal Enfield motorcycles are found in an extremely diverse from thanks to the vast modification jobs done on them. While the classy looking Royal Enfield motorcycles have a unique identity, the customisation options completely change the way they look like. Here are ten such Royal Enfield motorcycles that have been modified beautifully.
The Continental GT 535 has been officially discontinued from the market. Here is a modification job based on the bike and is done by “White Collar Bikes” in Indonesia. The motorcycle now gets a semi0fairing that gives it a distinct identity.
It also gets an old-school large drum in the front wheel. The seat is now flat while tail has been modified to look like a turbine. The motorcycle gets a new paint scheme and new suspension system.
This is Royal Enfield Thunderbird customised to look like a Brat-Bob. The motorcycle has been modified by Bulleteer Custom and looks very unique. The fuel tank and the fenders are now hand-made custom ones. There’s a chrome dipped toolbox that highlights the whole set-up.
The seat is also customised and has space for only one person. The handlebar is now flatter and wider, giving a relaxed riding position. The exhaust is also customised and is quite shorter than the stock one. The tail gets LED lamps and the headlamp has been replaced with a new LED unit too.
This job is done by KR Customs based in Chennai. The bike is a Royal Enfield Classic 500, which now looks nothing like the donor bike.The tank has been retained but it now gets a custom paint job just like the whole bike. The handlebar is now flatter and wider with rubberised handle grips. The ORVMs have been redesigned too.
The seat is also handmade. The unique characteristics of this modification job are the chunky tyres, exposed rear fender, a shorter exhaust, exposed horizontally mounted rear monoshock and the custom brake levers.
This is an official customisation job commissioned by Royal Enfield Spain. It is based on Classic 500 and is named Green Fly. It is the first official custom job from Spain. The frame comes from a Royal Enfield Continental GT as it is easier to modify. The bike gets upside down front forks and a rear monoshock.
The rear seat is now positioned very close to the rear wheel and the seat is made up of quilted leather. The tank gets brushed textured with the lacquer applied to it to give a smooth texture. The headlamps have been replaced with dual projector lamps.
Chariot of Balabhadra
The name comes from the green chariot of Lord Krishna’s elder brother. This Royal Enfield Classic has been modified to look like an Indian Chieftain. The overall length of the motorcycle is now 4 inches longer than the stock form. There is a new exhaust, instrument cluster and a chromed leg guard. The seat height has been lowered now and custom fenders on both the wheel complete the look of the bike.
Young Kid Custom
This Delhi based customisation house has worked on the Royal Enfield Classic to give it a special look. The customisation job gives a minimal look to the bike. The tank is now customised and is in a peanut shape. The bike’s minimal yet powerful looks make it quite a head-turner on the road.
The custom job is from Vellore, Tamil Nadu and is based on Royal Enfield Himalayan. The bolt-on kit transforms the way Himalayan looks. It gets a 3-part quarter fairing high lift front and rear fenders custom handlebar and body coloured knuckle guards. The bike also gets integrated blinkers, saddle stays and a high mounted custom exhaust system. There’s a choice from three exhaust systems too. The whole kit costs Rs. 29,999.
This custom job done Jedi customs looks extremely good. The bike gets a customised fuel tank, sidebox cover, seat and fenders. The headlamp unit is also new and is positioned in a unique way. The motorcycle gets fat tyres that add to the chunky look. The bigger front and smaller rear tyre give it a mesmerizing stance.
Here another example of work by the Mumbai-based Jedi Customs. The bobber based on the Royal Enfield 350 gets a minimalistic design and looks very clean.The bike gets a peanut shaped fuel tank, hand-stitched leather seat and grilled headlamp that add a vintage touch to the bike. It also gets black spoked wheels that give it a contrasting theme.
This customised motorcycle based on Royal Enfield Thunderbird looks extremely good. All the non-essential parts of the bike have been removed. The fenders have been chopped and the rear fender gets a mudguard loop similar to the Bonneville Bobber. The rear gets a fat chunky tyre while the front wheel is stock. The seat is now a single piece unit and the license plate is side-mounted.