Although the Royal Enfield Classic 350 is a fantastic motorcycle, Dochaki Designs, a custom bike maker from Pune, was not happy with the way it looked in the factory. They made the decision to revamp it, redefined its inner Scrambler, and then gave it the new name “Maverick” once they were finished. This job, which took them two months to do, impressed its true owner right away. The owner wasn’t sure what he wanted on the bike, but after it was finished, he even admitted that Maverick was the only option.
First, Dochaki Designs installed a modified swingarm that could support the bike’s larger and wider rear tyres. Better ground clearance, all-new rear shock mounts, and a shorter seat at the top have been added to the main frame’s modifications. The motorcycle’s driving range is increased by 20% thanks to the fuel tank that was used, and its handlebars and foot pegs have been positioned for maximum riding comfort.
By removing the Royal Enfield’s bulky front and rear fenders, the motorcycle’s front and rear have been similarly cut, and it has dropped a significant amount of weight overall. However, the instrument console has been replaced with a different unit rather than the previous round RE frame. It is otherwise identical to the Classic 350 console. Faux leather has been used to finish the ribbed seat. Maverick’s three-layer paint job delivers on the owner’s request for a “Top Gun” type paint scheme. The torque-rich 346cc engine of this custom Classic 350 motorcycle is made much more enjoyable by the bespoke exhaust.