The motorcycle retains the classic Royal Enfield stance intact with tasteful mod-jobs through custom lights, new seats and mudguards
Royal Enfield Bullet is the true retro machine from the Chennai-based motorcycle manufacturer that has been ruling the roads of the country for quite long time. Despite being in business for really long time, the appeal of this motorcycle is still very much alive. Some enthusiasts love the stock models, but some love to give their machines an unique appearance through customisation and here is one such piece of art.
The Eimor Customs modified motorcycle not only portrays retro style with the true Royal Enfield stance, it also appears as an appealing military machine. The olive green paint scheme does a real good job in making the motorcycle attractive and there are several custom body parts enhancing its charm further.
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Up front, the headlamp gets a custom black bezel and apart from the stock turn indicators, it also boasts auxiliary LED lamps positioned on the leg guards. The fuel tank appears customised and wears military stars on both sides. Combined with the Army green paint scheme, these graphics gives it a very stylish look. The well cushioned split seats have been updated with retro style stitch on the dark brown leather.
The motorcycle has been christened as Mahi and the name is painted at the side of the machine. Also, there are saree guars at both sides of the customised motorcycle and the taillamps comes with an old school look. Speaking about the mudguards they also come updated with the front unit being a plate type one.
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The motorcycle runs on custom multi-spoke alloy wheels wrapped with meaty rubbers and the exhaust too appears with a full black paint scheme enhancing the appeal further. The owner of this motorcycle preferred all drum brakes, so, there is no disk brake available with this modified Royal Enfield Bullet. The suspension setup remains unchanged as the stock model, while the engine too is likely the same as the stock Bullet.
Royal Enfield Standard Mahi by Eimor Customs – Gallery