The customised Royal Enfield Classic gets LED marker lamps; custom seat and wheels along with dual exhausts
The people who customise their motorcycles often show guts to do something extra ordinary. We have reported about many customised Royal Enfield motorcycles that have been redesigned to portray awe and shock. While many of them were modified tastefully, some have been customised in very unusual manner. Here we have a Royal Enfield Classic Desert Storm that has been modified like a moving fortress on two wheels.
The motorcycle gets a unique look that is bound to grab anyone’s attention at the very first glimpse. It looks muscular and very imposing in its new avatar. This motorcycle appears with a paint scheme that combines the black colour with the stock model’s paint scheme. It gets modified parts from nose to toe and looks very unique indeed.
Up front, the headlamp gets a black protector mesh and black bezel as well. The headlamp is flanked by round LED marker lamps and auxiliary indicators as well. Apart from that, the stock turn indicators are also there covered with protector mesh. The instrument cluster remains unchanged and the rear view mirrors come with new look. Painted in black and wearing army insignia the fuel tank adds zing to the motorcycle. The leg guards come wrapped in black and brown painted rope.
Both the rider and pillion seat have been changed and the rider seat is positioned lower to offer greater control. Apart from that, they appear better cushioned and wider to offer comfortable experience. The round shaped taillight has been repositioned to the right side of the motorcycle and turn indicator get protector mesh. Also, it receives dual exhausts painted in black and there are two delta shaped boxes attached to both sides of the front mudguard. As it appears the rear mudguard has been updated.
The motorcycle runs on black multi-spoke wheels wrapped with meaty tyres and braking duty being done by front disc brake and a rear drum unit. Classic is the bestselling and most popular model range from the Chennai-based motorcycle manufacturer and it is available in both 350 cc and 500 cc variants. The powertrain of this customised motorcycle is likely the same as the stock model.
Royal Enfield Classic Custom by EBS – Gallery