The custom motorcycle features an aftermarket exhaust, spoke wheels, fatter tyres, custom made seat and also an aftermarket headlamp unit
We have already featured many of the custom motorcycles built by the Hyderabad based Eimor customs in our previous posts already. Their newest creation is called the Falcon and it is based on the Royal Enfield Classic Desert Storm 500. The Falcon takes its inspiration from classic Bobber motorcycles and we have to admit that Eimor customs pulled this off brilliantly as well.
Before we get into the details, let us first inform you that the motorcycle still retains its stock engine and other mechanical parts. However, it has received plenty of cosmetic change that has changed the character of the motorcycle completely. Talking about the changes the motorcycle has received a completely new red paint job with crystal effect on them.
This unique paint job truly makes the bike stand out from the rest of the crowd. Besides receiving a new paint job the motorcycle also features a fatter custom spoke wheels and fatter front and rear tyres that goes well with the Bobber theme of the motorcycle. To give the motorcycle a proper stealthy look the rims, engine and other lower body parts are also painted in Black.
The motorcycle, however, gets a shiny crash guard and gearbox that goes well with the overall paint and finish of the motorcycle. Additionally, the motorcycle has also received an aftermarket handlebar unit that replaced the stock bars. It also gets an aftermarket handlebar grip as well finished in red to match the colour of the bike.
The Falcon features an aftermarket round headlamp unit as well that too matches with the overall Bobber theme of the motorcycle. Additionally, the motorcycle also gets a custom made front and rear fender and an aftermarket instrument cluster as well. The custom made single piece saddle features springs underneath it and also gets stitches on it that adds a premium appeal to the motorcycle.
Lastly, the custom motorcycle also gets a shiny aftermarket exhaust unit. Like we already mentioned above, there are no mechanical changes made to the motorcycle and it is still powered by the same 499cc, single cylinder, air-cooled motor that produces about 27.2 Bhp of peak power and 41.3 Nm of peak torque. The engine is paired with a 5-speed gearbox.