Your goal of owning the most distinctive Royal Enfield Classic 350 of all time can finally come true with the modified Envy Edition of the Classic 350 from Eimor Customs. Envy is the name of a typical motorcycle that is extremely well-designed and completely green in colour.
As several features of its profile were already improved by the adoption of thick front and rear rubber with enormous treads for greater all-terrain feel, they decided to leave the 19 inch front and 18 inch rear wheels alone. The Royal Enfield Envy features a flat, ribbed seat in keeping with the style of a classic Cafe Racer.
The front fender was painted green and made lighter to make up for the heavier front tyre. Not only that, but the entire rear fender vanished and was replaced by a high unit in the Cafe Racer design that wraps around the seat.
Envy’s fuel tank was designed with inspiration from similar fuel tanks, so the crucial middle bend was added for optimum knee positioning. The motorcycle has large tyres, thus some aspects undoubtedly have the spirit of a Scrambler. Front has a tiny headlight with a yellow glass headlight housing.
The handlebar was kept bar style mostly for riding convenience because the owner would not have been able to enjoy long distance riding with rigorous clip ons. While the Megaphone exhaust utilised here is available with a heat shield, the front suspension comes with black covers.
Although the air filter cover on the side profile is different, the functioning is the same. A 346cc, air-cooled, single cylinder engine with 20 HP and 28 Nm of torque powers the Royal Enfield Classic 350. The engine has a 5-speed transmission and is rated for 40 km/l.