Royal Enfield is one of the world’s oldest motorcycle manufacturing brand still in production. They have a huge fan following in India and around the world. Royal Enfield motorcycles, even after so many years have retained the retro classic look. Royal Enfield motorcycles are often chosen by those who like to modify motorcycles. RE Classic or Bullet series motorcycles are ideal for any type of modification and we have seen several modified examples of the same online. Here we have a RE Classic 350 cruiser motorcycle that has been beautifully modified by Eimor Customs into a classic bobber.
The video has been uploaded by East India MOtorcycle Revolution on their YouTube channel. Eimor Customs is an automotive customisation house in Hyderabad. They are well known among motorcycling community and we have seen several projects of them in the past. This is one of their recent projects and it is known as Talwar. It is based on a Royal Enfield Classic motorcycle. The motorcycle has been completely modified to give it a bobber look.
Starting at the front, the first thing that you would notice on the motorcycle is the chunky looking tyre wrapping the spoke rims. The front mudguard has been modified to give it a retro look. The bike gets a matte rust finished paint job to give it a antique or classic look. The matte rust paint job is nicely broken at several places by the brass accents. The whole motorcycle gets a minimalistic look. The stock side panels, rear seat, ORVMs are all removed to justify the look. Moving up, the stock headlamp on the motorcycle has been removed by Eimor. It has been replaced with a 1956 style headlight assembly. The handle bar on the motorcycle has also bee replaced with another unit.
All the brass elements on the motorcycle get custom engraving on them. This gives it a very premium look and feel. The fuel tank remains the same as before but, there is no RE branding seen anywhere on it. The whole bike gets an old school styling. The body of the motorcycle is finished in matter rust finish and the frame gets black finish. The engine and the exhaust pipe along with the steel rims get chrome finish.
The seat on this motorcycle as mentioned above has also been modified or customised. The motorcycle gets a single seat set up with saddle springs under it. Moving towards the rear, the rear fender is not chopped away. It has a small tail light mounted on it and at the end of the fender, the brass outline can be seen. There are small chrome finished turn indicators installed both at the front and rear. The rear turn indicators are placed on the rear shocj absorbers. The motorcycle does comes with disc brakes at the front.
In terms of engine, it looks like no major modifications are done here. It still runs on the same 346-cc, single cylinder, air cooled, engine that generates 20.07 Ps and 28 Nm of peak torque. Overall, Talwar looks very neat. It is one of those modifications where less is more. The motorcycle looks simple yet elegant after all these modifications.