Custom Royal Enfield motorcycles are becoming common these days thanks to enthusiastic owners and the rise of several prominent mod houses in India. Among them is Bulleteer Customs, a Bengaluru based mod house that specialises in modifying Royal Enfield bikes. In past, the guys at Bulleteeer Customs have created a lot of spectacular looking RE based modified bikes. The one seen here is the latest to join the list and as usual, looks utterly gorgeous. Called the Dharma, it is a custom made bobber themed bike that is based on the Royal Enfield Classic.
Among the most striking elements of the Dharma are those twin upswept exhaust pipes that look the part and give the bike a distinctive Bobber stance. As mentioned earlier, this bike started off its life as a regular Royal Enfield Classic 350 in Gunmetal Grey. A 2018 manufactured bike, it has now been given a complete makeover. Talking about the changes made on the motorcycle to achieve this bobber look, there are a ton of them to say the least.
Starting from the front, the Dharma is equipped with an aftermarket LED projector headlamp along with a custom instrument pod. The rims on both the front and rear end are alloys that have been blacked out to match the overall theme of the bike. The front turn-indicators are now positioned at the bar end as is the latest fad in bike customisation. Almost all of the bike has been draped in black including the engine and front forks. However, the tank has been given a beautiful paint treatment with ‘Dharma’ written on the lower side.
The handsome looking peanut-shaped tank is followed by a custom leather saddle finished in tan. The tail light is positioned at the rear of the saddle while the rear suspension setup has been retained from the stock bike, though the mounting angle has been changed. The chopped fender at the rear reveals the extra-wide tire which adds further character to this build. Due to the positioning of the handlebars, saddle and the footpegs, the riding position of the bike has been altered for an aggressive yet comfortable riding triangle.
All in all, the Dharma looks pretty handsome and justifies the bobber themed for sure. Talking about the Royal Enfield Classic, the manufacturer is currently developing the new-generation version of the bikes and will launch them in India next year. The new Classic bikes will feature an altered design along with a tweaked engine and a new double-cradle chassis which will make it much better than the outgoing model. Apart from the Classic, the Thunderbird series will also get a new generation model by next year and test mules of the bikes have already been spotted.