Lazybone Motorcycles is here with a very unique and one-of-a-kind Royal Enfield Classic 350. While most of the modifiers try filling the street cruiser motorcycle with vivid colours, Lazybone has used army grey shade in order to achieve a mature point of understanding with the machine.
Adding contrast to this shade, matte black has been used on both the fenders while grey can be seen exclusively on the fuel tank and the air filter box. In order to keep most of the things away from chrome, the customizers have used matte black colour on both the rims.
The best part of this modified Classic 350 by Lazybone Motorcycles is the use of a custom carrier after the pillion seat. Apart from using that practical backrest, one can easily carry considerable luggage on long trips. This even acts as a safety measure for the rear lights.
Keeping most things in stock condition, the modifier has used a black custom exhaust in order to achieve a better exhaust note on the motorcycle. The huge leg guard has been wrapped with black nylon rope while one gets an impressive riding posture through the wide custom handlebar. The rear suspension retains its chrome character on this typical Classic 350.
The modified Royal Enfield Classic 350 you see here is based on the BS4 model which is powered by a 346cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine producing 19.8HP @ 5250 rpm and 28Nm @ 4000 rpm. The same engine is used on all 350cc models like Bullet 350 and Thunderbird 350. It comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. For further inquiries and pricing details, you can contact:
Lazybone Motorcycles (Mumbai)
- Contact Person: Harish Poduval
- Phone Number: +91 96196 96715
This is what Harish Poduval (Lazybone Motorcycles) has to say about the Classic 350 Army Grey: “The Grey was never meant to be Grey. It was a Black Classic which was supposed to be the most sought after Army Green Bullet which almost every Bulleteer wants to have one. Instead of that, to try something new, I kept the Army theme but Green became Grey. Keeping the riders long route riding and utility in mind, I kept the original shape in place making subtle changes adding a removable Army star, unlike the usual stickers or paints you find on the Army theme Royal Enfields. Sometimes you don’t need much to bring a difference.”