The Royal Enfield Electra 350 Brave would make admirers of brat bikes feel fortunate. This one is unique for fans who preferred the old Bullet Electra engine over the UCE unit because it is based on a 2007 model.
When his hands are covered with grease, mechanical engineer Virendra Bhakte feels completely alive. This idea inspired him to completely rebuild his 350cc RE Electra motorcycle. Starting with its peanut tank and extending from the fender to the spoke rims, every visible component was hand-built. For the finest riding experience, both ends are equipped with 110/90-19 inch tyres, and an unique chrome unit is now in charge of exhaust duties.
The handlebar of “Brave” is of the keystone variety, while the front lamp appears to be the Thunderbird 350 model. The basic frame of the Royal Enfield remains unaltered, as do the front and rear brakes. Virendra controls the fender length by adopting a single, narrow seat configuration.
As he claims that his preferred colour combination is Red with Black, the paint scheme was actually inspired by Redditch Edition. He even boosted the airflow for optimum performance with a K&N air filter. The 346cc, single-cylinder engine that powers the standard Royal Enfield Electra 350 generates 19.8 BHP and 28 Nm of torque.
The engine is connected to a 5-speed transmission. It currently costs INR 1.27 lakh and includes an electric starter and front disc brake as standard equipment. Due to a limited budget, finer components were omitted from “Brave” in order to meet client demands. You can reach Mr. Virendra Bhakte on Facebook or via email at email@example.com for more information about this bespoke motorcycle.