The single-piece seat seen here has successfully replaced the long seat from a stock Royal Enfield Bullet. The front and the rear fender are now made to cut the weight by a large margin. However, the addition of thick rubber on both the ends has made ‘The Muscular’ a good looking Bobber for sure. The spoke wheels seen here are painted black, looking perfectly synced with the black engine and exhaust finish on the motorcycle. The gear pedal on the motorcycle is seen on the right side, clearing the fact that the owner has been with his Royal Enfield for a long time.
The lengthy seat from a stock Royal Enfield Bullet has been successfully replaced by the single-piece seat shown here. The front and rear fenders are now constructed to significantly save weight. However, “The Muscular” has definitely improved in appearance thanks to the thick rubber that has been added to both ends. The motorcycle’s engine and exhaust are finished in black, and the spoke wheels you can see here are painted the same colour. The motorcycle’s gear pedal is visible on the right side, indicating that the owner has owned his Royal Enfield for a considerable amount of time.
As the reverse pedal cast iron engine model of the original Bullet series came with a drum brake option, disc brakes have also been fitted to the vehicle. ParPin’s Garage has incorporated eye-catching highlights in strategic locations, and the motorcycle also has a unique dashboard with a spherical headlamp. The left-mounted number plate holder, black suspension covers, and bar-end rearview mirrors all add to the vehicle’s good aesthetics. The replacement of the cast iron engine with the current generation engine lineup allowed Royal Enfield to get rid of many flaws in their existing design.