MODIFIED Royal Enfield Bobber looks really cool

Royal Enfield motorcycles are the first choice of all those looking to come up with a custom bobber or chopper motorcycle. We have seen many examples of Royal Enfield Bobber and Chopper motorcycles in the past. However, the modified Royal Enfield Bobber you can see in the video below is among the neatest modifications we have seen so far.

The front-end of the motorcycle is characterized by a cleaner look, which is courtesy a sleeker fender and a revised rake angle of the front forks. The headlamp housing and the instrument console have been binned and this modified RE gets a custom high-set handlebar. The side profile is characterized by a custom fuel tank and a single-seat arrangement. The side boxes have been replaced with a new cylindrical-shaped unit.

The original exhaust pipe has been replaced with a custom unit that gets some insulation wrap to complete the old-school look. The rear-end is as clean and bare-basic as the front. As mentioned above, this modified Royal Enfield has a single-seat setup, which means the rear fender is totally exposed. The motorcycle also gets a custom grab rail with a rather small, round tail lamp mounted on it. Another highlight of the rear is the side-mounted registration plate.

Other than the custom exhaust and a performance air intake, which are likely to have made a slight improvement in the bike’s performance, it’s not clear if this motorcycle sports any other performance modification. This modified Royal Enfield seems to be powered by the company’s Twinspark motor. In case of the 346-cc version, the dual sparkplug-equipped engine outputs a maximum power of 19.8 bhp at 5,250 RPM along with a peak torque of 28 Nm at 4,000 RPM.

The 499-cc version offers 27 bhp and 41.3 Nm. The engines come mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The motorcycle gets telescopic forks up front and dual gas-charged shock-absorbers at the rear. As shown in the video, this modified Royal Enfield comes with aftermarket dual-purpose tires. Overall, this modified Royal Enfield Bobber impresses us with its neat design and tonnes of old-school charm.

Video – Milton Dubai Se on Youtube