Royal Enfields are the most modified motorcycles in our country. This is because of their simple construction. You can find their parts and chassis quite easily, they are not so expensive and working on them is comparatively easy for the modification shops. Today, we list down the 6 craziest Royal Enfield motorcycles that have been modified extensively.
Warmachine by Bulleteer Customs
The first one on our list is a Royal Enfield Thunderbird modified by well known Bulleteer Customs. It has been named Warmachine and has a stance of a stretched cruiser. The base for the modification is a 2010 Thunderbird with Unit Construction Engine. It has a low rider stance, fat wide tyres and chopped off fenders. There is also a custom fuel tank with Warmachine written on it.
Mad Max inspired Royal Enfield
There is not much information available on the second modified Royal Enfield that we have on our list. It has been given a post-apocalyptic look. The motorcycle looks like it is rusting but it is finished in copper-bronze colour. It is a single-seater motorcycle that was spotted in Gurugram.
Shunya by TNT Motorcycles
The third motorcycle on our list is Shunya which was modified by TNT Motorcycles. It was originally an Electra 350 but it has been modified extensively to an extent where TNT Motorcycles have made a custom chassis and suspension setup. The chassis was tested extensively to ensure its stability of the chassis. The shop said that the motorcycle was inspired by a 1948 Harley Davidson. The front has been steeply raked at an angle of 45-degrees. The motorcycle has been hand-built and it took more than 1000 man-hours to complete the job.
Chai Shop Racer by Paul Smith
The next motorcycle on our list is called “Chai Shop Racer”. Yep, you read that write, this name was given by Paul himself. The base motorcycle that was taken by Paul was a Royal Enfield Continental GT 650. The motorcycle looks raw and unfinished because of which it stands out. It seems like Paul has not even painted the motorcycle. The frame has been altered, it now gets a rear mono-shock at the rear, there is a custom fuel tank and LED headlamps and tail lamp.
Royal Enfield Classic inspired by Indian Motorcycles Chief
This Classic is quite unique in the way it has been modified. It is using extensive leather everywhere finished in brown colour. The panniers and the seat look exactly like we have seen on Indian motorcycles. The fuel tank is also wrapped in brown colour and we can spot a different exhaust too.
Neelkantha by TNT Motorcycles
The last one on our list is a modified Interceptor 650. It cost a jaw-dropping Rs. 16 lakhs to modify and the motorcycle was also displayed at Royal Enfield Rider Mania. It is called Neelkantha and the modifications were done by TNT Motorcycles. At first glance, you won’t even be able to tell that Neelkantha is based on a Royal Enfield. It is designed to look like a custom bagger motorcycle.