There is nothing more satisfying than riding a customised Royal Enfield Classic 350, and this time, Singh Customs from Surat (Gujarat) showed off this tastefully altered model. Planning and replacing every component that was useless in the new version required a great deal of care. For increased beauty, the metal spoke units on its wheels were replaced with black and chrome alloy wheels. A thick dual purpose wheel was also installed in place of the front tyre to give it more attitude.
The introduction of bespoke, scrambler-inspired fenders that are substantially lighter than the basic metal ones is the next obvious improvement. The use of alternative fenders and alloy wheels would undoubtedly have led to weight saving. The suspension cover and headlamp cluster were two other items that were on target. Both were unnecessary weight additions to the motorcycle’s design, therefore they were swapped out for an open telescopic fork and a flat LED front headlight.
Since the huge console would have added a lot of weight, it was decided to replace it. All of its lights, excluding its headlight, are protected by black covers. The rear seat is the next thing to go, and this modified Classic 350 does not have one. The front seat utilised in this instance is actually significantly thinner and covered in stitched brown leather. While the upper portion of the engine is still in standard condition, the lower portion has a Matt Black finish.
The exhaust system on this Classic 350 has been replaced by Singh Customs with a black bespoke silencer and tapped pipe exiting the engine. Even the leg guard has been completed with nylon rope for enhanced safety. While the performance update merely counts its weight loss and bespoke exhaust, the lock has been shifted to the left side. From every viewpoint, the motorcycle appears to be quite well constructed. Additionally, Singh Customs changed the motorcycle’s handlebar and tail light to radically transform its appearance from that of the factory model. This modification’s price is kept confidential. Ankur Borana is the fortunate owner of this neatly customised Classic 350.