Hyderabad-based Eimor Customs is a design house that specializes in custom artwork for motorcycles and helmets. They also undertake full-fledged customization projects. The beautiful motorcycle you see on this page is their latest creation and has been suitably named as ‘Envy’. Well, it’s actually a modified Royal Enfield Classic 350 that is sure to leave many road-users green with envy.
In a manner typical of cafe racers, this Classic 500 loses its bulky front fender in favor of a sleeker, smaller unit. The spoke rim has been painted black and the front wheel has been shod with a wider tire. The motorcycle also gets fork gaiters and a new headlamp that is much smaller than the stock unit. A yellow tint has been given to the glass. Once astride, you’ll be quick to notice the new twin-pod instrumentation. The customizers have used natural rubber handle grips. The motorcycle also gets black crash guards and custom rear view mirrors (not seen in the images). The tank is new and has a distinct cafe racer design.
The seat is a flatbed cafe racer type unit. The seat frame is made out of a single piece of pipe that gives strength and stability to the seat. Even the taillight and turn indicators are new. One of the biggest highlights is the striking color combination. The seat gets a matching green color, which is unusual but makes the design look a wee bit more premium.
The engine has been left untouched, which means powering this motorcycle is a 346cc, single-cylinder motor that outputs a maximum power of 19.8 bhp and a peak torque of 28 Nm. The only change comes in the form of a Megaphone exhaust that gets a heat wrap on the bent pipe. We feel that the skilled folks at Eimor Customs have been very successful in transforming the rather bulky-looking Royal Enfield Classic 350 into a sleek, sharp cafe racer that is highly classy.