Royal Enfield motorcycles are quite popular among motorists in India and around the world. These retro looking modern motorcycles have a large fan base and over the years, Royal Enfield has improved the motorcycle in terms of build quality, refinement and even features. All this without losing its character. Classic 350 is still one of the most popular motorcycle in Royal Enfield stable and it is a motorcycle that holds several modification potentials. We have seen several custom built Royal Enfield Classic 350 motorcycle online and many of them on our website. Here we have one such custom build Classic 350 motorcycle from Neev Motorcycles.
The video has been uploaded by Royal Enfield on their YouTube channel. This motorcycle was modified by Neev Motorcycles under the Custom World initiative by Royal Enfield. Under this initiative, bike modification workshops were asked to showcase a custom build motorcycle based on a Classic 350. The one built by Neev Motorcycles is called ‘Divine’. The Classic 350 motorcycle was modified into a bobber style motorcycle under this concept. They took a current generation Classic 350 motorcycle and completely transformed it. The idea behind this project was to make the motorcycle look loud while maintaining the classy look.
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They start by removing all the panels that were not needed in the motorcycle. The headlamp, exhausts, seats, front and rear fender, stock turn indicators were all removed along with side panels. Once all the panels were removed, they started working on achieving a bobber look to the motorcycle. They wanted to have a low profile look to the motorcycle and one way of achieving this was by increasing the wheelbase of the motorcycle. They chopped the stock swingarm and extended it. The original wheels on the motorcycle were retained. The chrome spoke rims were all painted in black and they were now wrapped in fat chunky looking balloon tyres.
The front forks on this motorcycle were all blacked out. These are the same units as seen in the stock motorcycle. An aftermarket headlamp unit is placed at the front. This is smaller than what the motorcycle originally had. There are small aftermarket turn indicators placed on either side of the headlamp too. One of the major attraction on this motorcycle is the fuel tank. It is a custom made unit and it took them around 7 days to just finish the tank. There are custom made design elements on the tank along with gold pinstriping on it.
The whole motorcycle carries a black theme with gold accents. Some of the componets on this motorcycle are made from brass which has a natural golden colour to it. These custom made brass elements also have engravings on them. Coming to the seat, the motorcycle now gets a low slung single seat wrapped in leather cover. The tail lamps and turn indicators are placed under the seat. The engine and the custom made exhaust are all finished in black. The motorcycle also comes with a custom made fender and both front and rear get disc brakes. The motorcycle is definitely a treat to the eyes of every person who appreciates a custom built motorcycle.
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