Without a doubt, this is the most unusual Royal Enfield to have ever been seen on an Indian road. Royal Enfield Thunderbird Baggers are a totally unique product that adds weight and practicality to its structure, in contrast to all other products that remove weight and components in order to reach a new attitude.
Each motorcycle is handcrafted by bike builders according to the specifications provided by their clients, and they always complete projects with the best results possible. With this standard Thunderbird, there is little chance for the rider to argue about strong winds or extra luggage during extended rides.
This motorbike now has a front fairing that was inspired by the Indian Chieftain, which is properly positioned and carries two additional projectors with built-in indicators and a strong headlight. The front has become wider, which helps the rider stay protected from strong gusts. To improve the front end’s overall stance, they installed a bespoke fender.
The motorcycle’s rear end now has an extra-wide fender into which two full-sized hard bags may be bolted on either side. Between this structure are two delicate LED stripes that serve as both a brake and an emergency light. The amazing Purplish Blue colour that Bike Builders chose for these new body extensions.
There are two main engine options available for the Royal Enfield Thunderbird series: 346cc and 499cc. The smaller one produces 27.2 BHP and 41.4 Nm of torque, while the larger one is capable of 19.8 BHP and 28 Nm. Both engines have one cylinders and are paired with a five-speed transmission.
A false radiator cover and black/chrome alloy wheels were also employed by Bike Builders to complete this luxurious motorcycle. One can get in touch with them personally to learn more about this incredible custom build, but the cost of alteration is still unknown.