Even before it is formally offered at dealerships, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Gunmetal Grey appears to be a popular pick. After performing maintenance on a 2012 Classic 350, ParPin’s Garage delivered this stunning Gunmetal Grey motorcycle to the owner.
The only element of this ordinary 350 that has the whole grey cover, like Royal Enfield did, is its fuel tank. Matt Black was used for the front and back fenders, and to add interest, a broad and narrow line was painted across both fenders. In actuality, ParPin’s rear tyre fender is a single, brand-new component.
The headlight fairing of them has a similar matte black appeal. Gunmetal Grey was able to employ tubeless tyres since alloy wheels were used in place of the stock spoke units on Classic 350. The 20-liter fuel tank visible here has a large leg protection that appears to protect the rider from an unanticipated forward collision or a quick fall.
The rear wheel that ParPin formerly had is now equipped with an unusually wide 140 section tyre with a massive sidewall. The split seat on the Classic 350 has been swapped out with a single, brown seat with ribs for the rider and pillion. To achieve the ideal open chest riding position, a high handlebar that is even broader in proportion was chosen.