Royal Enfield Bullet Electra modified by Eimor Customs is simple yet CLASSY

Royal Enfield Bullet Electra modified by Eimor Customs is simple yet CLASSY

EIMOR Customs has come up with yet another really tastefully modified Royal Enfield motorcycle. This custom RE is based on a 2011 Bullet Electra and has been named as ‘Parantapa’. For the uninitiated, Parantapa is one of the twelve names of Arjuna. This name is used for the one who is capable of destroying the enemy simply by the power of concentration. This modified Royal Enfield Bullet Electra gets many custom bits, all of which come together to give this motorcycle a distinct identity.

The owner of this modified Royal Enfield Bullet Electra is an officer with the Indian Army. He wished to tell everyone about the proud history of his battalion, ‘The Bombay Sappers’, through his motorcycle. The history of this battle unit dates back to 1780. Also, they have been honoured with all three gallantry awards (Victoria Cross, Param Vir Chakra and Ashok Chakra). The Royal Enfield Bullet Electra Parantapa has the three awards painted on the top of its fuel tank. The fuel filler cap has been positioned to the extreme right. It’s made of brass to add to the classic touch. It even gets the signature of its owner.

Adding to the retro look of the motorcycle are the tank pads. The long seat gets a brown leather cover. Even the bar-end weights are made of brass. The custom motorcycle’s fuel tank, front fender, and rear fender have been given an olive green camouflage to reiterate the connection with the Indian Army. The rest of the panels are painted in matte black. The motorcycle rides on custom spoke wheels that are painted in black. The front wheel has a diameter of 19-inches while the rear measures 15-inches.

The fuel tank is finished with tank pads on both the sides, while the long seat also gets a brown cover for visual enhancement. The motorcycle gets a custom exhaust that has a chrome finish. The headlamp carries LED fixtures, which add a modern touch to the design. There’s a ‘The Bombay Sappers’ logo on one side of the fuel tank. The other side gets Shlokas from the Bhagwad Gita.

Source – News.maxabout