This is not hidden from anyone that Royal Enfield bikes are among the favourite choice of modifiers in the country. The Classic 350 model, in particular, is the hot favourite here due to its relatively affordable price tag, gorgeous design and ease of modification it provides along with the signature RE thump its 350 cc engine possesses. Among the various types of mod themes that can be done on the Royal Enfield Classic 350, the bobber and cruiser styles are the most popular due to obvious reasons. The video below by Vampvideo today shows us two modified Royal Enfield bikes.
As seen in the video, one of the bikes has been given the bobber treatment while the other has been turned into a cruiser, though the latter seems a mix of a bobber and a cruiser. The bobber has been draped in black and carry body decals in white. Speaking of which, the bobber it runs on stylish multispoke alloy rims shod on aftermarket tires and gets a new tank piece along with a custom full LED headlight. The handlebars are also custom aftermarket unit while the instrument cluster on this bobber is a fully digital circular unit that looks cool and displays all relevant information.
The front and rear fenders on the bobber are custom made units and so is the full-length single-piece saddle. The engine has also been blacked out to add a sporty character to the whole build. Completing the package is a dual piped exhaust unit that sounds pretty good and looks even better. Coming to the Cruiser here, it has a slightly more comfortable riding triangle than the bobber but the paint scheme is all black here too, including the engine.
The wheels here are thicker than on the bobber and are shod on to spoked rims to add to that cruiser look. The fenders at both ends are custom made units while other bits like the headlamps, tail lamps and the handlebars also are new. It looks pretty good and gets an aftermarket silencer to top the whole package off.
Talking about the Royal Enfield Classic 350, the bike gets powered by a 346cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that generates a maximum power of 19.8 Bhp at 5,250 rpm and peak torque of 28 Nm at 4,000 rpm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission and the bike weighs a hefty 194 kg. As of now, Royal Enfield is working on the new generation models of its entire Thunderbird and Classic lineup. The bikes have been spotted testing several times and are expected to be launched sometime in 2020. The Classic series will sport a ton of changes both in terms of design as well as the mechanicals. The engine output is speculated to see a jump in order for the bikes to be more competitive in their respective segment.
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