The motorcycle gets retro bob-job with extended frame, a unique fuel tank and a custom seat
Motorcycle customisation is truly an art that transforms the beautiful models into much more interesting machines. When it comes to motorcycle modification, Nomad Motorcycle is one of famous names in India. The customisation shop has transformed a Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 into a classic old-school Bobber with an alien appearance.
Christened as the Hendrix, this Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 looks like it is a price taken from a science fiction movie. The shop says it has been designed for www.PRODENCE.in. The motorcycle gets an extended frame and a naked look with minimalist covering. Up front it gets a rectangular headlamp with chrome bezel and the raised handlebars along with the well distanced seat ensure a leaning riding position.
It gets a single-pod instrument cluster and the fuel tank appears very unique looking. As it looks, the fuel tank has been borrowed from a Royal Enfield Continental GT and modified thereafter. The cross oven leather seat offers less cushioning but a stable riding position. The fuel tank wears Ghost Tribal Flake paint scheme and thanks to the extended frame it’s wheelbase been elongated.
There is no front mudguard at all and the rear mudguard has been customised and the exhaust too appears updated. It receives custom suspension set up at both front and rear ends, with the front getting springer forks. For braking duty, the motorcycle gets disc brakes at both front and rear end and it runs on multi-spoke wheels. Other custom parts introduced to the motorcycle include riveted leather battery sleeve, a customised rear hub and wheel etc.
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The engine is expected to be same as the stock Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350. In that case, it gets power from the same 346 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, four-stroke engine coupled with 5-speed constant mesh transmission. The engine churns out 19.8 bhp of peak power at 5,250 rpm and 28 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm.
Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 Hendrix Gallery