The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is the country’s most popular vintage motorcycle, with a slew of aftermarket companies offering a variety of distinctive modifications. Did you know that the Royal Enfield can be fitted with a foldable seat? Yes, you read that correctly. Aftermarket bike modification shops are constantly coming up with innovative solutions to improve the practicality or use of your bike. If you’re travelling alone, you may surely fold the back seat to make more usable space in the back. Here’s everything you need to know about this one-of-a-kind feature on the Royal Enfield Classic 350.
Royal Enfield Classic 350 With Foldable Seat
The process of folding and unfolding the seat is captured in detail in the video. A person can be seen easily unlocking two joints on the side of the seat, which allows the seat to be raised. The back seat folds down to fit beneath the front seat. Using levers, the front seat is then locked in position. When you need a seat, simply unlock the levers, grab the front seat, and pull the back seat out from below. The back seat returns to its original position, and the front seat can be reinstalled. This takes less than 10 seconds, which is fantastic. As a result, you may change your Classic into a single or two-seater bike, depending on your needs.
The 346 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine on the Royal Enfield Classic 350 produces 19.3 PS and 28 Nm of peak power and torque, respectively. A 5-speed transmission is fitted to this engine. It features a double-tube spine frame, a 35 mm telescopic front fork, and twin rear shock absorbers with a five-step preload adjustment. The front disc is 280 mm in diameter, while the rear drum is 153 mm in diameter. Depending on whether you choose the Kick Start or Electric Start version, the Royal Enfield Classic costs between Rs 1.45 lakh and Rs 1.60 lakh ex-showroom.
Modifiers for aftermarket motorcycles are creating unique features that customers need on a daily basis. That is what makes it fascinating and valuable, and individuals can pay to have these minor changes made. Let us know what you think of this Royal Enfield Classic 350 with a folding seat in the comments section below.