Royal Enfield Bullet 350 modified by Eimor Customs looks like a mini-Harley Davidson

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 modified by Eimor Customs looks like a mini-Harley Davidson

Eimor Customs, a motorcycle customization outfit based out of Hyderabad, has just come up with its latest modified bike – the Cerulean. The Cerulean is based on the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 and has been heavily customized. It now gets a cruiser motorcycle look that somewhat makes it look like a mini-Harley Davidson.

The first thing that will strike you about this motorcycle is the ‘Cerulean Blue’ paint job it sports. The white-blue dual paint scheme give this motorcycle an instant retro appeal. Eimor Customs has added a many other retro bits and bobs, from heavily chromed front forks to oversized indicators.

The motorcycle features wider mudguards, again inspired by Harley Davidsons and large cruisers. The seat gets quilted detailing and is finished in a tan colour that makes it look period-correct, and of course very cool and classy. The mod-job is wrapped up with a pillion back rest, which also gets a quilted, tan cushion.

Overall, the motorcycle will have plenty of street presence and will look quite unlike the thousands of other Royal Enfield Bullet 350s on Indian roads. For someone who wants something very personalized and unique without messing around with the mechanicals, this custom-built motorcycle has it all.

Speaking of mechanicals, the custom bike remains stock. This means it’s powered by a 346cc unit construction four stroke engine that’s air cooled and carbureted. The motor, known for its soulful thump and relaxed nature due to a heavy crank, produces 19.8 Bhp of peak power and 28 Nm of peak torque. A five speed manual gearbox is standard.

Telescopic front forks and gas charged rear shock absorbers handle suspension duties. A front disc brake and a rear drum brake handle braking duties. The stock Bullet 350 is the lowest priced motorcycle in Royal Enfield’s line up, with prices starting from Rs. 1.17 lakhs, ex-showroom Delhi. Of course, the Cerulean, with all this customization is pricier.