Through Eimor Customs, the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500 just received a stylish makeover. Ivory Black, as they refer to their latest creation, is actually a Thunderbird 500 with respectable power that has been given a premium cruiser-inspired design language makeover.
Its usage of ideally sized dual headlights that appear to be influenced by Triumph Thunderbird LT is one element that really stands out. Here are the modifications that had to be made in order to transform a stock Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500 into Ivory Black.
The motorcycle now sports a 19-inch-thick front wheel, which contributes to its tough appearance. The dual-toned alloy wheels have an outstanding design. Unexpectedly, a 15 inch thick wheel has been installed in place of the back wheel.
While the fuel tank is finished in White and has the Royal Enfield logo painted in Golden on it, the front suspension is covered in rubber. For the motorcycle to have the ideal amount of stopping power, both disc brakes are kept in place.
For enhanced visual appeal, the engine bay is completed in black with chrome accents and a matching black bespoke exhaust. The factory front fender is replaced with an aftermarket one, and the seat is Dark Brown in colour.
Rather for the classic Thunderbird backrest, a Black grab-rail is now present. A 499cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine powering the RE Thunderbird 500 generates 27.2 BHP at 5250 rpm and 41.3 Nm at 4000 rpm. The engine is connected to a 5-speed transmission.