A Cruiser type motorcycle is defined by its flamboyant styling, comfortable and easy riding stance along with its ability to cruise for long distances. This bike style originated in America and is one of the oldest bike design types. Harley Davidson was considered to be the pioneer in making cruiser bikes but later on several other manufacturers also started making some pretty great examples, including several Japanese companies. The reason why we are cruising over cruisers today is the video below which shows a Royal Enfield Standard 350 Bullet that has been modified into a hot looking cruiser bike.
This video by Vampvideo also gives a tour of the modification workshop where this motorcycle was made. Called the Abigor, this bike is made by Neev Motorcycles, which is a Delhi based workshop specialising in Royal Enfield based custom mod jobs. Neev Motorcycles has created several outstanding examples of modified Royal Enfield in the past, a few of which have been featured here too. Talking about their latest built, the Abigor is a cruiser styled motorcycle based on the Royal Enfield Bullet 350.
The Bullet series by Royal Enfield is the oldest running motorcycle series in the world that is in continuous production. What this also means is that there is no scarcity of modified examples based on the iconic Bullet and that there is a modified Bullet bike in every possible design and configuration out there. Talking about the Abigor, it gets fat tires on both the ends along with aftermarket rims. The suspension forks and triple tree are also new and are covered in a glossy black paint shade. In fact, the whole bike gets a glossy black paint job except the tank which features some intricate hand-crafted graphics detailing work
The new headlamps and handlebars further add to the bike’s appeal while the stylish instrument cluster, bar-end mounted indicators and mirrors further enhance the bike’s loo. The rear end gets a custom fender along with a stylish custom tail light and indicators. The custom saddle seems to be quite comfortable and comes with a backrest for the pillion rider which is a nice touch.
The Abigor also features a working twin-pipe silencer unit that lends out a good exhaust note. Apart from this, there are several custom body panels on the side body which enhance the bike’s looks and give a premium value to it. As for the engine, it is the same stock 346cc, unit construction, four-stroke petrol unit. This engine churns out 19.8 Bhp of peak power and 28 Nm of peak torque. The engine is paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox and gets a carburettor for fueling.