Although the Royal Enfield Bobber is still some years away from being produced, this specific example demonstrates how fans can customise the motorcycle to reflect their own personalities. This particular one was modelled after the Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight, as evidenced by the extra-thick tyres on both ends and the edgy peanut fuel tank. The Bobber in this photo has a black base colour and white accents on the fenders and fuel tank. The engine section is painted black and has chrome accent lines. The absence of suspension covers alters the appearance of the front area, and the headlight differs from that on RE vehicles.
The outer ring of the circular headlight is embellished with circular daytime running lights. The glowing design is nice and futuristic. A split seat with floating rear support is included with this Bobber, in addition to the short fenders at both ends. The majority of contemporary Bobber modifications have a single-seat design, so this one appears distinctive. This completely black custom exhaust was installed in place of the factory one, and the front portion has heat insulation tape. The extremely thick tyre set for this incredible posture is supported by spoke rims at both ends that are narrower than original RE versions.
The modification has flat handlebars, an analogue console with a single pod, and bar end rearview mirrors. For effective braking, disc brakes are supplied on both ends. Both rims are painted black, and the brake light and licence plate are mounted on the left side. The 350cc motorcycle in this photo is being modified for about INR 90,000, not including the cost of the donor motorcycle. In addition to other features, this custom-built Royal Enfield Bobber has distinctive indicators.