Like other modified bikes from Eimor, the Cerulean stands out with its paint job which is Cerulean Blue with a mix of white
Eimor Customs is a customization shop based in Hyderabad and we have featured many custom bikes from them. In this article we are featuring Cerulean, which is based on a 2012 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 underneath with Harley Davidson inspired styling.
The name Cerulean is derived from ‘Cerulean Hue Blue’ which is the look of clear blue sky. Like other modified bikes from Eimor, the Cerulean stands out with its paint job which is Cerulean Blue with a mix of white. This colour combination works very well with the chrome finish on the mechanical parts.
The headlamp comes from Thunderbird with two small lamps placed on either side. The indicators are placed lower and they are very small too. Eimor has given tan brown leather seats with diamond cross stitching pattern for the classic look along with a cushioned back rest.
The custom shop has given new tail lamps and again the indicators are very small like those on the front. The stock handle bar is replaced with a cruiser type and the instrument cluster with key slot is placed on the tank which has 14 litre of capacity instead of handle bar.
The Cerulean comes with 19 inch front wheels with 110 section tyre and 15 inch rear wheels with 140 section tyre. To accommodate the bigger rear tyre, the Hyderabad based custom shop has added an extra swing arm. Eimor has kept the stock mechanical parts for Cerulean. The Cerulean gets telescopic front suspension and twin gas charged shocks at rear.
The Cerulean is powered by 346 cc air-cooled single cylinder engine producing 19.8 hp of power at 5,250 rpm and 28 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. This engine is mated to 5 speed gearbox. Eimor has added Moto Torque Shark silencer at the end of exhaust to make it even more striking. Eimor hasn’t released pricing details of the modifications yet.