This Customised RE Classic is A Retro Charmer


The custom motorcycle dons all-black paint scheme; sports LED auxiliary lamps, alloy wheels and modified seats

Jedi Customs is a well known modifier in the motorcycle customisation business. This customisation shop has produced several unique modified machines on two-wheels in past. The latest one from the shop is the Wolke that is based on a Royal Enfield Classic. Thanks to the beautifully crafted customisation, it appears a true retro beauty.

The overall silhouette of the RE Classic remains unchanged, but with little modifications it comes distinctive compared to the stock model. The entire motorcycle sports an all-black look that enhances its visual appeal further. Up front, the round shaped large headlamp gets black bezel and it is flanked by twin auxiliary LED lamps at both sides. The turn indicators also sport LED units and they get black protector mesh.


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The motorcycle gets a customised twin-pod instrument cluster replacing the stock one. The fuel tank remains same, but with the black paint scheme and white line running through the centre, it appears attractive. The motorcycle dons custom split seats. The well cushioned rider seat has been lowered offering the rider better control over the machine. Pillion seat too appears distinctive and the rear profile of this customised motorcycle looks identical as the standard model.

This modified Royal Enfield runs on multi-spoke alloy wheels. The exhaust too appears completely blackened out. Speaking about the braking equipments, the front wheel gets disc brake and the rear one sports drum unit. The suspension setup is same as the standard RE Classic.


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It is not sure, if the modified motorcycle gets an updated engine or not. The Royal Enfield Classic is available in two different engine options, a 350 cc and a 500 cc. The Classic is the bestselling model from the Chennai-based motorcycle manufacturer. The brand is aiming to update its model lineup in a few years, but the Classic has been confirmed to continue.

Royal Enfield Classic Wolke Gallery

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