Once again, Ornithopter Moto Design has a stunning design. This time, they worked on a Royal Enfield Electra 350, which they called Charcoal since it stood out from other common motorcycles on the road by its dark hue. With its low stance and high-positioned handlebars, the cruiser “Charcoal” is a treat for those who want the classic chopper sensation.
The motorcycle has dual headlights that are obviously modelled after the Triumph Rocket III. The rear fender, which was specially intended to cover no less than 200 mm of pure traction through its 200/55-17 inch tyre, matches the fuel tank’s beefed-up appearance in every way. Its gasoline tank can be seen with a contrast belt running through it, which is further accentuated by handlebar grips and the seat cover’s highlight in the same colour. The tyres on the front and rear wheels are now covered in black alloy, and the Ornithopter’s black-wrapped exhaust pipes add to the aesthetic appeal.
The extra-wide handlebar makes “Charcoal” more reminiscent of a chopper. On this custom motorcycle, they are using an extra-large rear disc brake for improved stopping power. For this enormous machine, a perfectly placed LED brake light strip serves as illumination. Charcoal’s engine was modified with a new air filter and given a matte black paint job. In 2017, the Royal Enfield Electra 350 became the Bullet ES 350. The 346cc, single cylinder engine continues to produce 19.8 BHP and 28 Nm, thus everything is exactly the same as the older version.
The disc brake and electric starter on the Electra are its best features since they assist riders stay safe in the event of unexpected braking and kick-starter backfiring. It has a stock weight of 187 kg, although the “Charcoal” from Ornithopter Moto Design always feels heavier. Those who are interested in such a modification might get in touch with Ornithopter Moto Design at the information provided below.