Heavily Modified Royal Enfield Bullet: Eimor Customs knows how to make a motorcycle look extraordinarily outstanding and this time, they have built a Royal Enfield Bullet that’s highly inspired from Indian Chief and looks multiple times expensive than its actual cost of completion. Known by the name ‘Chariot of Balabhadra’, this iconic motorcycle is inspired from the green chariot of Lord Krishna’s elder brother.
The inspiration source is clearly Indian Chief as the extended fenders and curvy tank design cannot be found on most motorcycles of this generation. The overall length of the motorcycle has been stretched by 4 inches, making it look more genuine and into the character of big cruisers. The stance is made so neat on the motorcycle that the rider will never feel anything less than a perfect cruising partner.
The section that starts right after the end of fuel tank is very neatly covered with custom made panels on both the sides. The exhaust remains single sided while the stock unit has been replaced with something more exciting than ever. It uses a single pod instrument console and very neatly finishes major components in chrome. A simple chrome leg guard is also available on the right place.
Balabhadra’s chariot also uses a single seat that’s quite low and comfortable for riders of all height. The motorcycle comes with a custom installed front disc brake and keeps the spirit of spoked rims alive in its built. The headlight stays simple round unit with halogen bulb while the front suspension is seen here without the traditional Royal Enfield covers.
For further queries and pricing details you can contact:
- Address: Plot 76, Survey of India Colony, 100 feet Road, Madhapur, Hyderabad, PIN – 500081, Telangana, India
- Email: [email protected]
- Phone: +91 99664 10318, +91 97035 04525
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