The modified RE Classic 500 wears an eye-catching paint scheme, LED headlamp, alloy wheels and custom seat
Royal Enfield motorcycles are the favourite machines for the modifiers and when it comes to modifying motorcycles, Eimor Customs is one of the front runners. Here the customisation shop has modified a Royal Enfield Classic 500 from Kerala, which was in pretty bad condition. After restoration and mod-job it appears very attractive and distinctive compared to the standard mode.
It sports a new headlamp with projector unit and a circular shaped integrated LED daytime running light. The headlamp, handlebar and front suspension wear deep black paint scheme. Chunky and muscular fuel tank gets a new brass fuel lid and Cherry Kandy paint scheme. Also, it gets a face of a kid painted on it and the gold leaf logo also enhances its visual appeal further alongside giving it a more personalised touch.
The custom seats of the motorcycle come with split appearance and they don retro stitching. The seats come with pretty good cushioning offering comfortable riding experience. Rear of the motorcycle appears intact, but the Swagman Brass exhaust certainly grabs attention at the very first glance. The engine block and other body parts have been painted in deep black.
This customised motorcycle runs on alloy wheels with front wheel getting a disc brake and rear sporting a drum brake. Suspension set up is same as the stock model. It is not sure if the engine of the motorcycle has received some update as well. However, as it looks, the customised Royal Enfield Classic 500 comes with visual update only.
The stock Royal Enfield Classic 500 is powered by a 499 c single-cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled engine coupled with a 5-speed constant mesh transmission. This engine is capable of churning out 27.2 bhp of peak power at 5,250 rpm and 41.3 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. Expect the engine in the modified Classic 500 to kick out same power and torque output.
Custom Royal Enfield Classic 500 by Eimor Customs – Gallery