The Angara comes with wide handle bar and it is positioned higher along with forward set foot pegs to give a comfortable cruiser riding stance for the bike
Royal Enfield products are the popular choice among customers who are looking to modify their bikes. We have seen so many modification of Royal Enfield which includes design like off-road, scrambler and many more. The latest one is based on a Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500 and it is called Angara. The custom shop has completely stripped out the bike to give a new look.
The front get new headlamp along with new telescopic suspension which is finished in chrome to give a luxurious feel for the bike. The Angara gets a custom front fender which has graphics. The custom shop replaced the stock fuel tank and given a new custom designed one with graphics on it to make it more attractive.
The Angara comes with wide handle bar and it is positioned higher along with forward set foot pegs to give a comfortable cruiser riding stance for the bike. The seat is positioned lower on the body and it is wider to make the rider comfortable. The bike get new body panels on the side which is hand made and designed for the Angara.
The rear also gets custom fenders which again get graphics and the tail lamps are a thin strip which is positioned on the top of number plate sticker. The front get 19 inch alloy wheels with wider tyre than the stock one and the rear get 18 inch alloy wheels with even more wider tyre than the front. The spoke design on alloy wheel is also completely new.
The custom shop has given disc brakes at front and rear. The Angara comes with custom exhaust which has two pipes but only one is function and the other one is just for aesthetics. The custom shop has also given faux radiator grille and chrome finish has been given for foot pegs and exhaust also.
The Angara is powered by the same engine from Thunderbird 500 which is 499 cc single cylinder unit producing 27.2 bhp of power at 5,250 rpm and 41.3 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. This engine is mated to 5 speed gearbox. The total cost of modification is Rs. 3.5 lakh excluding the price of donor bike.