All 250 units of the Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus Edition were sold within 178 seconds of its online launch, making it the company’s fastest-selling model. For those fans who missed out on the limited edition model, this was terrible news. Haldankar Customs created this gorgeously embellished RE Classic Skyline Edition (Mumbai). They are currently among the greatest moderators in India because they can alter your Royal Enfield Classic to suit your preferences and needs.
This common illustration has the Squadron Blue Despatch colour on its body. In addition, Haldankar Customs replaced the motorcycle’s 13.5-litre gasoline tank with a larger, far more practical 22-litre tank. The small elements on its body, including the indicators and even the front suspension cover, have been meticulously airbrushed. The motorcycle’s body and mainframe have not even received a single inch of modification.
While spoke wheels are available on Royal Enfield motorcycles, they were replaced with a black/chrome mix on the Skyline. It now appeared even better than it did in the Despatch Edition’s initial iteration. While the bespoke exhaust device is left Golden for added attractiveness, the engine compartment is painted Black. A backrest was added to make it even more comfortable for the passenger, and additional accessories like a headlamp guard and bar end mirrors are always essential.
The fuel tank has been completed by Haldankar Customs, and the top features the Skyline emblem. The Classic 500’s engine produces 27.2 BHP and 41.3 Nm of torque in its basic configuration, but they have added accessories like a Mark performance exhaust, iridium spark plugs, and a BMC air filter to give the machine more power. Not only that, but they also fitted a Thunderbird 500 rear disc brake and swapped out the factory handlebar for a handmade one.