Meet Royal Enfield Eklavya Bobber with All-Digital Console & Vardenchi Exhaust System

Motorcycle modification is something we all have heard of. Though some modifiers tend to spoil the motorcycles with excess modification while others have a way to accentuate their overall design language. One such extraordinary modification we came across has been listed by a famous YouTube channel by the name VampVideo.

Modified with utmost perfection, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been sure-shot turned into a Harley-Davidson Bobber. The modification has been done by Rideofy, one of the famous modification and automobile accessory shops in New Delhi. The modified bike has been named “Eklavya” by the customizers.

The modifiers have offered an overall unique look to the motorcycle by updating its major bits with aftermarket units in addition to offering an all-black treatment to some of the body panels. Coming to the design, the motorcycle now features a 140mm front tyre in addition to attractive alloy wheels on either side.

The headlamp setup gets four projector lights installed into a single unit that offers optimum lighting. The extraordinary stance of the motorcycle is further enhanced by adjustable indicators at the front.

Royal Enfield Eklavya Bobber Video

The handlebar unit has also been redesigned which now features a fully digital instrument console. The console offers the standard riding values in green colour, complimenting the overall yellowish-green colour offered to the motorcycle. The fuel tank of the motorcycle has also been redesigned to offer a unique look while the graphic detailing at the top and the “Rideofy” plus “Eklavya” stickers further add to its authenticity.

The Eklavya Bobber features a black-painted engine unit in addition to getting a custom exhaust system from Vardenchi. The new and legal exhaust system from the brand makes sound below 80 decibels, ensuring a smoother ride.

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The rear mudguard of the motorcycle has also been redesigned while features a small lighting strip. The Rideofy logo, rider-only saddle, and the side-mounted number plate further add to the motorcycle’s appeal. There has been no information on the charges of the modification though, the use of affordable motorcycle parts and paint job would require a premium of around INR 1 lakh.