Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Moltar Scrambler by Thrive Motorcycle

Royal Enfield Indonesia recently commissioned Jakarta based Thrive Motorcycle for a Bullet 350 based Scrambler and named it Moltar. The motorcycle is a neat example of Royal Enfield’s versatile nature and looks really impressive from every angle. The stock Bullet 350 was first stripped down to make changes that were needed on the original frame. At the rear, Moltar gets chopped frame and custom sport suspension with more travel than the stock unit. The large mudguard makes way for the smaller custom unit with a number plate holder.


The stock tyres are replaced with large dual purpose wheels while the front fender even makes way for a higher placed dirt bike style fender on the Bullet 350 Moltar. They ground clearance has been improved while the provision of engine under guard makes it even safer for rough surfaces. The seat used here is fully custom and the same can be said for both the exhaust and front headlight. The front suspension cover also makes way for rubber grips around the suspension area. They have still kept those big drum brakes for both the ends of Moltar.


Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Moltar Scrambler

Bullet 350 Moltar comes with a high mounted exhaust, improving its water wading function and also helping the rider during strict off-road sessions. The motorcycle is powered by a 346 cc, air cooled, single cylinder engine producing 20 PS at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm at 4000 rpm. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox while Thrive Motorcycle have used Chrome finish to highlight the beauty of Moltar. They have even neatly kept the Black shade around the front headlight and center section of both the side boxes, one of which also holds the exhaust.

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