Seen here is a modified Royal Enfield Bullet 350 that has been put on display at the Heritage Transport Museum near Gurgaon. This modification was done to celebrate the huge demand that REs enjoy even after several years of existence. This transport museum has a huge variety of interesting cars and motorcycles that includes many classic and modified vehicles. One of the many special two-wheelers at the museum is this modified Bullet 350, which has countless shiny crystals all over its body. As you can see in the images that we have here, this Bullet 350 has a single-seat arrangement and has crystals embedded into every panel of the body. Other than the overdose of crystals, this RE doesn’t get any other visual modification. Even the engine seems to have been left untouched.
Well, there’s no denying that the Royal Enfield is a really important part of the Indian two-wheeler industry. It is the motorcycle that has introduced many riders to the world of motorcycles. Even after a century of existence, Royal Enfield continues to attract many new motorcycle buyers. REs have also found a lot of acceptance among the bike customizers of this country. While we have seen numerous cafe-racers and bobbers based on these motorcycles, this crystal-studded Bullet 350 is actually the only one-of-its-kind motorcycle that we know of. While it’s true that REs have evolved in terms of technology, their iconic design has more or less remained unchanged.
It is worth mentioning here that the Royal Enfield Bullet has the longest production rum among all the motorcycles sold across the globe. It is powered by a 346cc, single-cylinder engine that outputs a maximum power of 19.8 bhp along with a peak torque of 28 Nm. There’s also a more powerful version, which comes kitted out with a 499cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine that outputs a maximum power of 27.1 bhp along with a peak torque of 41.4 Nm.
So, what are your views on this crystal-studded Royal Enfield Bullet 350?