Royal Enfields are the most modified motorcycles in India. While almost all the modified examples of the Royal Enfield are either cruisers, cafe racers and bobbers, this one is a little different. The modified bike seen here is a Royal Enfield Bullet UCE 350 that has been customised into a street naked bike.
The modified bike, christened Valour, was first showcased at the 2017 India Bike Week. EGO Custom Wheels has modified the bike and given it a unique look. The bike looks nothing like the stock Bullet 350 with new panels. The bike gets a new tank with aggressive extensions that give it a real street naked look. It gets a new tailpiece and a new seat too. The mudguard has been replaced with a new custom made one.
Other parts that have been modified for the new look consist of various components like the upside-down front forks, a new flat handlebar, a new exhaust muffler and aftermarket alloy wheels with new Metzeler tyres. The bike also gets a new instrument cluster that looks quite sporty. It also gets custom footpegs for a more aggressive seating posture.
The bike gets a custom blue-grey custom paint job that gives it a nice pop of colour. Bits like a bulging headlamp, twin exhaust muffler and a new chainset add a special look to the bike and make it quite a head turner. It is not known if there are any engine changes in the bike. In stock form, the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is powered by a 346-cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine that generates a maximum power of 19.8 Bhp and 28 Nm of torque.
The Royal Enfield Bullet is one of the oldest production bikes in India. The bike still gives a real rustic and vintage look in the stock form and attracts a lot of customers. While there are many modifications based on the Bullet 350, this one is a really special one.