A Bullet 350-based Scrambler with the name Moltar was recently ordered from Jakarta-based Thrive Motorcycle by Royal Enfield Indonesia. The motorcycle is a nice illustration of how adaptable Royal Enfield is and it looks pretty amazing from every aspect. The standard Bullet 350 was initially disassembled in order to make the necessary adjustments to the original frame. Moltar’s rear end receives a modified sport suspension with greater travel than the base one, as well as a cranked frame. The bigger bespoke unit with a number plate holder provides room for the smaller one.
The Bullet 350 Moltar’s front fender even allows room for a higher-positioned dirt bike-style fender while the factory tyres are swapped out for huge dual-purpose wheels. The engine under protection makes it even safer for difficult surfaces while the ground clearance has been increased. The front lamp, exhaust, and seat that are being used here are all completely custom. Rubber grips surrounding the suspension area are also made possible by the front suspension cover. For both ends of Moltar, those large drum brakes are still in use.
The high positioned exhaust on the Bullet 350 Moltar enhances its ability to wade through water and benefits the rider during demanding off-road excursions. A 346 cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that produces 20 PS at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm at 4000 rpm powers the motorcycle. A 5-speed transmission is coupled to the engine, and Thrive Motorcycle used a chrome finish to emphasise Moltar’s beauty. Even the black shade that surrounds the front headlight and the middle of the two side boxes—one of which also houses the exhaust—has been retained precisely in place.