This modified Royal Enfield Vintage 350, affectionately termed ‘EBOB’, is one particular of the most exclusive-looking builds we have at any time occur across
Royal Enfield is the most well-liked quality motorcycle model in India, and Vintage 350 is its best-promoting design. Although the retro-encouraged layout of the bike is pretty much universally admired, there are a lot of people today who believe that there is place for enhancement. We’ve come throughout numerous customised illustrations of RE Common 350 in excess of the decades, some of which feature considerable modifications.
Below, we have a custom made Royal Enfield bobber, primarily based on a Classic 350. Crafted by EIMOR Customs, this motorbike has been rechristened ‘EBOB’ and athletics a fairly exceptional layout. The headlamp is a retro-model rectangular unit, and the front fender gets a longitudinal numberplate. The bike will get a lifted single-piece handlebar, and the instrument console consists of a solitary-pod, analogue speedometer.
The fuel tank is personalized as properly, properly sculpted and with a retro-design cap. The single bobber seat is positioned pretty lower, and appears to be great in mild brown shade. The motor assembly and the underbody of the bike have been painted black, help you save for the exhaust and engine handles, which get chrome finish. The exhaust will get a short bottle stop can, which some viewers could know, enhances the thump of Royal Enfield engines.
The centre panels have a perforated metallic plate bolted on, all shiny and chrome. The taillight and rear numberplate have been mounted on the left swingarm, which gives the rear fender a clear glimpse. The switch indicators are all custom, at the front as effectively as the again. The bike will get a black and white paint scheme, with the gasoline tank sporting white pinstripes and tailor made branding.
The powertrain of this personalized-crafted RE Vintage 350 continues to be unchanged. This 346cc, air-cooled, one-cylinder engine is able of developing a utmost electric power of 20.07 PS and a peak torque of 28 Nm. It will come mated to a 5-speed sequential gearbox.
Royal Enfield Basic 350 is at the moment priced from Rs. 1.67 lakh to Rs. 1.92 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The company is now establishing the subsequent-generation version of the Traditional 350, which has been spied multiple times through tests. The new model will share its engine and underpinnings with the Meteor 350, and is anticipated to launch by mid-2021.