The custom Royal Enfield Classic 350 motorcycle received new headlamp cowl, wider fuel tank and café racer seat and new wheels
What was once a rusty Royal Enfield Classic 350 with no soul left in it, has become a retro charmer with heavy modification. Thanks to Hyderabad-based Eimor Customs he motorcycle now sports a completely new look with several custom parts introduced. The stock RE Classic 350 has received customisation from nose to toe and it has been christened as Mr. Oliver.
Up front, it gets a new smaller headlamp with cowl, a dual-pod instrument cluster with analog dials. Handlebars have been updated as well and the fuel tank is completely new and wider than the stock model giving the custom motorcycle a more muscular appearance. It can carry 15-litre of fuel ensuring a long running range for the machine. The motorcycle sports a new straight café racer leather seat with impressive lining.
There is a custom grab rail at the back offering convenience to the pillion rider. The motorcycle has received LED taillight from the Royal Enfield Thunderbird, flanked by twin round shaped turn indicators. The black painted exhaust muzzle enhances the motorcycle’s masculine appeal. Front and rear mudguards have been updated as well.
The custom motorcycle runs on 80-spoke wheels wrapped with new meaty tyres. Eimor Customs claims that the riding comfort has been improved thanks to the new well cushioned seat and the updated handlebars. This motorcycle wears metallic olive paint scheme with black band and lemon yellow pinstripes. The customisation shop also claims that it has received tuning and noise reduction as well.
It is not sure, what is the power and torque output of the custom motorcycle, but the stock Royal Enfield Classic 350 is powered by a 346 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, twin-spark, four-stroke engine. This engine is mated to a 5-speed constant mesh transmission and it churns out 19.8 bhp of peak power at 5,250 rpm and 28 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm.
Royal Enfield Classic 350 ‘Mr. Oliver’ Gallery