This powerful Neelkantha was just created by EIMOR Customs using a Royal Enfield Classic Desert Storm. Neelkantha has experienced a complete transition from a street-specific design to a flawlessly balanced cruiser, in its own unique way symbolising power and attitude.
Because of the extensive customization, it is impossible to estimate the bike without taking a look at its engine. The front part now has a retro circular headlamp without a cover made specifically for Royal Enfield motorcycles for the suspension or light. This produces an outstanding first impression with a large front fender. This part is completed by a broad tyre with heavy tread and chrome-finished alloy wheels.
The gasoline tank’s flowing form lowers the bike’s overall stance, which is a goal of its design. It smoothly transitions into the split seat designed for cruisers, which ends in a backrest. A wide tyre is mounted on the rear fender, which is also custom-made.
This chrome dual exit device with black heat insulation tape was installed in place of the factory exhaust on the first half. The handlebar in this case is from a Thunderbird 350, and the side panels were also specially made for the ideal placement. On Neelkantha, a change in wheelbase was avoided while a rear disc brake was added for better stopping power.
The Lord Shiva image engraved in stone on the gasoline tank further enhances the Metallic Blue colour. The owner’s name is also painted on one of the fenders. The 499cc, single-cylinder engine on the Royal Enfield Classic Desert Storm generates 27.2 BHP at 5250 rpm and 41.4 Nm at 4000 rpm.
The engine is connected to a 5-speed transmission. On Neelkantha, not a single Desert Storm component can be seen because the motorcycle’s general posture was improved to give it a premium cruiser vibe. Through their official Facebook page or email, Eimor Customs can be contacted directly to negotiate the cost of this alteration.