New Royal Enfield Bullet With A Retro Military Design

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Standard Mahi by Eimor Customs Side

The genuine retro machine Royal Enfield Bullet is from the Chennai-based cruiser producer that has been administering the streets of the nation for a very long time. Notwithstanding being good to go for truly long time, the interest of this cruiser is still especially alive. A few aficionados adore the stock models, however some adoration to give their machines a special appearance through customization and here is one such bit of workmanship.

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Standard Mahi by Eimor Customs Side

The olive green paint plot makes a genuine decent showing with regards to in making the cruiser appealing and there are a few custom body parts improving its appeal further. The Eimor Customs altered cruiser not just depicts retro style with the genuine Royal Enfield position, it additionally shows up as an engaging military machine.

The fuel tank shows up altered and wears military stars on both sides. In advance, the headlamp gets a custom dark bezel and separated from the stock turn markers, it additionally gloats assistant LED lights situated on the leg monitors. The all around padded split seats have been refreshed with retro style line on the dull dark colored cowhide. Joined with the Army green paint conspire, these designs give it an exceptionally sharp look.

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Standard Mahi by Eimor Customs Side

Likewise, there is saree guard on both sides of the tweaked bike and the taillamps accompany an old school look. The cruiser has been dedicated as Mahi and the name is painted along the edge of the machine. Talking about the curved guards they additionally come refreshed with the front unit being a plate sort one.

The bike keeps running on custom multi-spoke compound (alloy) wheels wrapped with substantial rubbers and the fumes excessively show up with a full dark paint conspire to upgrade the interest further. The suspension setup stays unaltered as the stock model, while the motor to is likely the same as the stock Bullet. The proprietor of this bike favored all drum brakes, along these lines, there is no circle brake accessible with this changed Royal Enfield Bullet.