Bengaluru based motorcycle modification house Bulleteer Customs has come out with yet another beautiful looking bobber bike. Based on a Royal Enfield Classic 350, this bike has been named Blitzkrieg which translates into ‘lightning war’ in German. Well, going by how the bike looks, it would definitely evoke a lightning-quick appreciation among other enthusiasts. The Blitzkrieg carries a similar body design as seen on several previous modified bikes from Bulleteer Customs but it is unique in its own respect.
Build on the lines of a typical bobber, the bike gets a fat rear tire with spoked rims capped by a short chopped fender. The front end also gets a chopped fender painted black while the front forks, handlebars and the instrument cluster have also been covered in black. In fact, the whole bike including the engine and gearbox region have been blacked out which gives the bike a muscular yet toned feel. The fuel tank, however, has been painted in red with black stripes going around it at a horizontal angle. The tank also features the bike’s name, Blitzkrieg, painted on both sides in white.
Other changes on the front include black fork gaiters, new handlebars, and a new single-piece instrument console pod. A custom saddle with a diamond quilt pattern follows the red tank. The rear end features a small round tail-light along with old school indicators. Like with almost every Bulleteer modified bike, the Blitzkrieg also gets a custom silencer pipe for added aural drama. All in all, the bike looks pretty good and is a great bobber in true sense.
Talking about Royal Enfield, the manufacturer is currently working on the new generation models of the Thunderbird and Classic bike series. They have have been spied testing quite a few times on Indian roads and are expected to be launched in India next year before the BSVI norms come into play from April. The bikes will feature a host of upgrades both in terms of aesthetics as well as mechanical components. The engine will be upgraded to meet the upcoming stringent BSVI emission norms and is likely to be more powerful than the current lot of engines. The gearbox casing and forks also seem to be new and the bikes will employ a double cradle chassis this time around for better agility and handling.
The bikes will carry an updated design which will make them better aesthetically as well as functionally. AS seen in the spy shots, we can say that the bikes will come with new fenders, new headlamps and tail lamps, new saddle along with a slightly altered riding triangle. Expect the bikes to be showcased at the upcoming 2020 New Delhi Auto Expo.