This modified Royal Enfield motorcycle gets a reworked frame, custom leather seat and disc brakes
If we talk about customised motorcycles in our country, Royal Enfield models will certainly be at the forefront. These retro motorcycles offer scope for plenty of custom jobs. Here we have a Royal Enfield motorcycle that has been modified by J&D Custom and it dons a pure retro bobber look. The motorcycle dons several customised parts to wear its new appearance.
Up front, it gets a retro-looking round shaped headlamp with chrome finished bezel. There is no instrument cluster at all and the motorcycle sports customised handlebars with chrome finishing. The clutch and gear levers too come with chrome finishing. The fuel tank has been taken from a Royal Enfield Thunderbird and it gets a black paint scheme with golden lines enhancing the visual appeal and there is a sleek metal rod fitted to it at the centre.
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The wide and low positioned seat offers pretty good comfort and it is wrapped with brown leather with retro style stitching. There is no front mudguard and the rear one too has been shortened to give the motorcycle a naked look. The side panels and rear mudguard come with black paint scheme and golden lines. Apart from this, the customisation shop has extended the frame and thus the wheelbase has become longer than the stock model.
The rear brake pedal has been relocated and wears shiny chrome finishing. Instead of the stock model’s conventional taillight, this modified motorcycle sports a small and single light at the right side. The exhaust too has been shortened and modified. Overall, the entire customised motorcycle looks very attractive and eye-catching indeed. However, it is not sure if the engine has been updated or not.
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It also gets disc brakes at both the front and rear wheels and the suspension setup have been updated as well. Royal Enfield is currently preparing to revamp its product lineup within couple of years. But the Chennai-based motorcycle manufacturer has cleared that it will continue selling the Classic range and Continental GT as these retro styled models fetch the maximum number of sales figure for the brand.
Royal Enfield Bobber by J&D Custom – Gallery