Since the Royal Enfield has been around for so long, has such a large dedicated fan following, and is so straightforward in design, it is often the subject of custom build and modification projects in India as well as abroad. There are plenty of shops around the country that focus on modifying and customising these motorcycles, and aftermarket parts are easily accessible. Because of this, Royal Enfield bikes are perfect for experimentation and modification. Anant, a stunning retro-modern cruiser based on the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Standard, is EIMOR Customs' latest mouthwatering modification. The modder hasn't compromised the bike's structural integrity or the riding position in any way, even as they've made a number of tweaks. This customised Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has been repainted Army Green and given a high shine with special Indian Army badges.
Modified Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Design
The whole motorbike is covered in a dark green paint job that, from far away, almost seems black. The Ashoka Lion Capital imprinted with two crossed swords covers the fuel tank. There is still another emblem on the air supply box, along with the words "Service before self." Contrasting with the motorcycle's dark green colour, the gold embellishments stand out.
An aftermarket LED headlight and a fin was installed on the original front fender. A set of brand-new, multi-spoke alloy wheels with a matte black finish complete the bike. The blacked-out grips and forks, as well as the engine and tailpipe, complement the dark paint job.
The taillight is likewise an aftermarket addition; it is small and rounded, giving the back end a more streamlined appearance. In the front, there is now a rounded engine guard, while the rear lacks a grip rail for the pillion. This Royal Enfield Bullet 350, in its modified form, is a work of art.
Modified Royal Enfield Bullet: Engine
This customised Royal Enfield has the same legendary 350cc cast-iron engine as the original. When first released, the bike's famed 350cc cast-iron engine generated 18bhp and 32Nm of torque. Due to technical and reliability concerns, the first attempt by Royal Enfield to replace the cast-iron engine with an all-alloy motor was not successful.