Modified Royal Enfield Bikes | Best Modified Royal Enfields In India
Royal Enfield is an Indian multinational motorcycle manufacturing company headquartered in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. The company is the oldest global motorcycle brand in continuous production, and operates manufacturing plants in Chennai in India. The company is a market leader in the sector of bikes and motorcycles and has the most fan following in India. These bikes are known for their superior road presence and are also liked by many in foreign countries as well. A typical Royal Enfield bike is easily identifiable because of its powerful engine and its exhaust sound. In this blog, we’ve made a list of The Top 5 Modified Royal Enfield Bikes.
1. Ranisa 500
Ranisa is based on the Royal Enfield Classic 500 has been named as Ranisa, paying tribute to the rich cultural history of Rajasthan. The bike is equipped with a uniquely looking fuel tank which has custom made emblems of Raja (King) and Rani (Queen)on both, left and right sides of the tank. In addition, it has a Golden shaded Rajputana Custom Motorcycle’s logo on the tank. To give it a classic look, the headlamps and the air filter are retro inspired. Moreover, they have replaced the telescopic forks with USD suspension. It’s bobble type design is enhanced by the single seat. e Royal Enfield Classic 500 is powered by a 499cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine that is good for producing 27.2 BHP of maximum power and 41.3 Nm of peak torque, which is further mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.
2. Black Magic
EIMOR Customs recently worked on a stock model of the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500 and came forward with the Black Magic edition. After the modification, there is no presence of the traditional thunderbird, They have reversed the look of the thunderbird. From front fender till tail-light, it is grown synchronized with each other. Fuel tank of the bike is similar to that of stock model. The company has modified all of its parts in a full black colour. The rear fender is a UM style rear fender, which replaces baggage carrier with the rear seat. The modifier has made noticable changes in exhaustive system, black exhaust pips, black and chhrome alloy wheels, LED headlights.
This bike can be called as a compressive makeover of Himalayan, however, has also improved the looks of the bike. Its all terrain capability makes its easy to drive on any type of surface. With a futuristic look, it also received a military theme during the modification. The main change is made within the bike’s suspension and the looks of the bike. It has a SAG 411 suspension, the headlight used here is an aftermarket LED unit while no changes have been made to the Thunderbird’s highly-useful instrument console. Also, the brakes and its braking power have been improved. Dark army green with orange ascent can be seen throughout the bike.
4. Harley Davidson
After Royal Enfield, Harley Davidson is the most liked and sold bike in India. A company named Bullet Motors have modified a Classic 350 into a Harley Davidson. The stock parts are replaced with the custom made parts like fuel tank. The upper frame and the rear mudguard are redesigned. The alloy wheels on this motorcycle has also been replaced with a new unit and wider tyres. All the parts in a all black paint like fuel tank, side panels, seats, alloys, etc. The handle bar on this motorcycle remains the same but the speedometer console is now fully digital and the headlights have also been replaced with a projector type LED units. No changes are made to the engine of the motorcycle.
5. Vintage 500
This is a Royal Enfield’s 500 model modified by Delhi’s modifier named Puranam Design. It was modified into a vintage motorcycle and gives 90’s feels just by looking at it. All the parts of vehicle were replaced. The suspension system, fuel tank, tyres, seats and exhaust have been changed. The front forks are very long and overall gives classic look to the bike.