This Customised Royal Enfield Bullet Comes with Enhanced Retro Charm


Christened as Genitrix the RE Bullet gets an eye-catching paint scheme; sports new headlamp with protector and custom instrument cluster

If we have to talk about the motorcycles with old-school design, Royal Enfield models come at the forefront with their impeccable retro charm and powerful appearance. And among all the products from the Chennai-based motorcycle manufacturer, the Bullet is the best one when it comes to delivering retro feel. Jedi Customs has redesigned a Royal Enfield Bullet with enhanced retro charm and christened it as Genitrix.

This Royal Enfield Bullet doesn’t get much customisation, only subtle ones. Up front, it receives a custom headlamp with blackened look and there is a black protector as well. The instrument cluster too appears modified and comes with twin-pod look. The handlebars remain intact and the fuel tank looks muscular and stylish at the same time with the attractive colour theme.


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The fuel tank receives a maroon shade and golden coloured lettering on both sides. The seat has been updated as well and the motorcycle comes with only a single seat configuration. The pillion rider seat has been removed and there lies a flat carrier that can accommodate a bag easily.

Rear profile of the customised motorcycle appears unchanged with the stock taillight. It runs on shiny multi-spoke wheels wrapped with meaty tyres. The exhaust sports shiny chrome treatment and speaking about suspension setup, this modified motorcycle carries stock setup. On the braking front, it gets a front disc brake and a rear drum unit.


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The powertrain of this customised Royal Enfield Bullet is expected to be same as the stock model. Therefore the power and torque out are also unchanged. Interestingly, Bullet has been one of the bestselling models from the brand and it is also one of the longest standing models in the Indian motorcycle market. Currently, Royal Enfield is planning to introduce a fresh portfolio within a few years, but the Bullet will continue selling alongside the Classic and Continental GT range.

Royal Enfield Bullet Genitrix Gallery

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