Meet 500cc Royal Enfield Yoddha Naked Streetfighter by Neev Motorcycles
Neev Motorcycles recently unleashed a new one-of-a-kind custom motorcycle, which is based on the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500. The modifiers have converted the motorcycle into a deadly-looking naked streetfighter cum cafe racer, and they have christened it as Yoddha, a Hindi name meaning Warrior. As it is a well-known fact, design is the primary element of a motorcycle and Royal Enfield Yoddha 500 looks mind-boggling as it features an original design by Navneet Suri, designer & founder, Neev Motorcycles.
Neev Motorcycles have equipped the motorcycle with a unique sharp-edged fuel tank design. The customizers have further designed and built the chassis and swingarm in such an order that this typical 500cc Royal Enfield motorcycle is bound to grab attention on the roads. Custom painted with a combination of matte black and silver flames/pinstripes, Yoddha 500 surely stands out in the crowd. The fenders, body panels, swingarm, seat, tank, exhaust, etc. have been finely handcrafted by the modifiers.
The exhaust unit has been designed and made out of stainless steel and kept raw finished with a glass wool free-flow M4 muffler. Neev Motorcycles have built this bike from scratch and to make the bike stand out, they have designed and built the beautiful swingarm assembly in-house with a 190/50-R17 tubeless tyre at the rear end, which looks quite appealing while the front end features a 110/60-R17 tubeless tyre. If we talk about the suspension components, the customizers have equipped the Yoddha 500 with USD forks at the front and a monoshock absorber at the rear.
No mechanical changes have been made and this modified 500cc Royal Enfield motorcycle is powered by the same 499cc, fuel-injected engine producing 27.2 BHP of maximum power at 5250 rpm and 41.3 Nm of peak torque at 4000 rpm. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. For further queries and pricing details, you can contact: