The Redditch Edition for the Classic 350 was introduced by Royal Enfield to the astonishment of its devotees in India. While keeping the majority of the motorcycle in its factory state, they offer Red, Green, and Blue colour on the gasoline tank. In this instance, Bulleteer Customs was even ahead of schedule because they had the Classic 350 Achilles Edition ready long before the release of the limited-edition Royal Enfield motorcycle. This modified motorcycle’s body language clearly displays its scrambler ancestry.
To improve the motorcycle’s overall aesthetic appeal, Bulleteer Customs replaced the standard spoke wheels with these Chrome lined Black alloy wheels. The special exhaust is half chrome and half taped on the Achilles, and the engine now comes finished in black. The Orange finished gasoline tank, which even bears the name of the motorcycle and its manufacturer, is what attracts people the most. The stock version’s basic frame has been maintained.
Achilles Edition’s front and rear fenders are custom-made, replacing the oversized stock ones from the Classic 350. The majority of the body pieces are matte black since it contrasts so well with the shiny orange tank paint. They have taken off the motorcycle’s front suspension cover and added ribber fork guards. A considerably more contemporary spherical headlight with an LED light guide has replaced the front headlight cluster as well. Even the desk is a unique spherical piece.
The Achilles’ flat seat is elegantly ribbed and extremely cosy for both the rider and the passenger. This has significantly decreased the motorcycle’s overall weight, and the use of front thick tyres gives the overall construction a luxury look. The motorcycle still has a front disc brake, and the back wheels are chocked with gas. Achilles may be described as the Bulleteer Customs build with the least amount of personality changes to the RE.