Most of you must be familiar with the comic character who goes by the name of Ghost Rider. Yeah, the same one which was portrayed by Nicolas Cage on the big screen. For those who aren’t familiar with the Ghost Rider, he was basically a skull man on fire who rode a fire breathing bike and was mighty strong. Now what if we tell you that his vehicle of choice, the fire breathing bike, can be had as real. Though it doesn’t emit flames or does anything superficial, we today bring you a video in which a Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 350 has been completely transformed into an out-of-the-world bike. Take a look at the video.
The guys responsible for this mod-job have named the bike as Ghost Rider, for quite obvious reason then. It now looks the part and being a Royal Enfield Bullet Electra, it matches the look with that deep bassy thump of the engine. Now, let’s move on to the bike and know in detail what changes have been made.
As in the video, the first change to the bike is the increase in length of the swing arm and the raked out front suspension. This increases the wheelbase of the bike to give it a true chopper look. Then there are some other elementary changes made to the chassis which further strengthen the frame.
The sprockets have been changed and are now much larger in size. There are now discs at the rear wheel too in order to provide an extra bite while braking. The dual suspension at the rear has gone out of the window in favor of a new monoshock unit. Then are those humongous tires which truly add to the overall appeal of the bike. The rear tire especially looks the part.
Coming towards the aesthetics changes, the most evident change is the big engine cover which is designed to look like a V-Twin engine. Then are those shiny exhaust pipes which simply look cool. In fact, the whole body has been designed as new and placed on the bike. It gets a complete blacked out look and features new tall handlebars. The front fascia is something that is completely different from the mortal bikes out there. It gets a full ghost rider-esque front cowling which truly defines the bike’s character. The front headlight are now twin tiny units placed on handlebars.
The stock Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 350’s unit construction engine with 19.8 Bhp and 28 Nm is retained though, and so is the 5 speed manual gearbox. While it may score low on practicality, but the Ghost Rider for sure looks radical and menacing at the same time.