Update: Ragul Vijayakumar created a stunning visualisation of his Royal Enfield motorcycle recently by replacing the stock exhaust with a custom unit and documenting his personal travels on various Indian highways. As he rides the motorcycle, he can be seen adoring the beauty of his creation while describing the extra features in great detail from all sides.
Most owners of Royal Enfield motorcycles keep them as valuable possessions. Ragul Vijayakumar, the owner of this RE Classic 350, has joined the exclusive club of Indian Royal Enfield owners with his meticulously chosen custom livery. In contrast to many who combine components from various motorcycles and even modify the chassis for their motorcycle, Ragul loved this design so much that he used his creativity to create the distinctive Classic 350.
The work was finished at Krishna Automobiles in Coimbatore, and all of these photos were taken by Ragul, who is an avid photographer as well. To achieve singlehood, the rear seat was removed, giving this Classic 350 the necessary Bobber vibe. The gasoline tank was given an orange paint job and given a race stripe in the exact middle. While the air filter’s RE logo was completed in the same Orange tint on both sides, the fuel tank’s RE logo was finished in Black.
The Bobber look was only attained here, but Ragul continued with a huge leg guard with a black finish. Off-road protective units were placed over the front and rear indicators, the front headlamp, and other parts of the bike to give it a rougher appearance. The Classic 350’s first half of the silencer was equipped with the exhaust rope. He has added German-style licence plates on the front and back of his Classic 350 and is now riding through Tamil Nadu with pride.