EIMOR Royal Enfield Goldy 500 Photos and Quick Details

EIMOR Customs has once again proved that elegance needs no loud shades to make your motorcycle look unique. The Royal Enfield Goldy 500 (Modified Classic 500) is one great example where traditional shade selection has made the motorcycle look exclusive and quite attractive.

The Classic 500 Goldy features plain black base paint with a gold-finished RE emblem and twin stripes running through both sides of the fuel tank. The front and rear fenders on this customized motorcycle feature thin dual stripes running through the centre. The tyres used here are dual-purpose and hence, the Classic Goldy is always ready to conquer tough terrains.

Meet Royal Enfield Goldy 500 by EIMOR Customs
Meet Royal Enfield Goldy 500 by EIMOR Customs

EIMOR Customs has even replaced the stock model’s halogen headlight with a powerful LED unit. The modifiers have also quipped the motorcycle with two fog lights mounted on the huge leg protector for better illumination in foggy areas. Instead of a standard number plate, the 500cc Classic Goldy features a vintage-style golden plate that stands proudly on the front fender.

The customized motorcycle is based on a Royal Enfield Classic 500 and the modifiers have not made any mechanical changes to the cruiser. The engine remains mated to a 5-speed gearbox and claims 27.2HP of maximum power while the torque is also mind-blowing at 41.3Nm. RE Classic Goldy even features a custom-designed, highly comfort-enhancing seat for the rider.

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EIMOR Customs

Royal Enfield Classic Goldy 500 Photos

RE Classic 500 Quick Specs

  • Displacement – 499cc
  • Single Cylinder Air-Cooled Engine
  • Bore x stroke – 84mm x 90mm
  • Max. Power – 27.2 Bhp @ 5250 rpm
  • Max. Torque – 41.3 Nm @ 4000 rpm
  • 5-Speed Constant Mesh Gearbox
  • Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) System
  • Digital Electronic Ignition
  • Wet Multiplate Clutch
  • Electric/Kick Start
  • 2-Channel ABS
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