Fan following that the Royal Enfield has in India is uncanny. It is a religion, to say the least. While most customers are satisfied with what they get from the showroom, some are always yearning for more. Following are some the neatest designs we found on the Internet.
Royal Enfield Himaayan Salt Flat Racer: The Bolivian Salt Flats are a holy grail to many racers around the world. Picking inspiration from the very racers' pilgrimage, folks at Inline3 Custom Motorcycles, Chandigarh have come up with this. The bike has been given aluminum bodywork, which has been able to help it shed 20kg of weight. It was kitted with Firestone tyres and lowered for a racing stance.
Brute: Modified Continental GT: Cafe Racers are classic and cool, and Bulleteer Customs took the classic racer to another level with the Brute. Its inception can be attributed to the fact that the owner of the Continental GT was very uncomfortable with the riding position. Bulleteer Customs managed to transform the bike into a comfortable scrambler and more. (Image Source: 350cc.com)
Royal Enfield beach tracker: Another one from the Inline3 Custom Motorcycles, Chandigarh. A 500cc Royal Enfield was modified in order to run in the Royal Enfield Rider Mania 2016, and the end product was quite a head turner with whitewall tyres and the classic paint job.
Restored Royal Enfield Himalayan: This was redesigned by GRID7 Customs, Kerela after the owner felt the stock motorcycle neither looked good nor felt like it had a 411cc engine. GRID7 Customs took matters in their hands and this Himalayan is now lighter and looks pretty good too.
Nautilus: Royal Enfield 500cc Cruiser: A modification done by Bulleteer Customs, Bangalore, this bike can easily be mistaken for a heavy American chopper
Steroid 540: Upgraded Classic 500: Now this is a serious modification by Bulleteer Customs, Bangalore. Along with a cosmetic surgery, this motorcycle has been given capabilities not many Royal Enfields possess. The custom shop claims the Steroid 540 does 0-100 kmph in under nine seconds and a top speed of 154 kmph