Royal Enfield Bullet Electra Johnnie by EIMOR Customs: East India Motorcycle Revolution, popular by the name EIMOR Customs, are here with a perfectly vintage yet elegantly modern machine of this era. Here we welcome Johnnie, the lucky Royal Enfield Bullet Electra to have EIMOR treatment on its body.
The stock bikes was a ten year old Electra with an owner who wished for a bike that is inspired from a World War II machine. The result is pretty impressive as the bike shows vintage design language through its stock parts in Glossy Olive livery. Big block tyres on the 4.25×18” rims not just raises Johnnie from the ground but also improves it overall stance.
The fuel tank now comes with well polished wood inserts on both the corners. The same can also be seen in place of the rear seat that comes as stock on an Electra. EIMOR Customs kept the front disc brake intact while addition of a rear disc brake further makes the setup appreciable in all terms.
They have even replaced the front shocks with a different set of install this custom mudguard. The front fascia looks vintage with 1950’s style headlight and rubber protected telescopic forks. The front seat is finished for a single rider and that makes it feel even more exclusive than bikes with a long seat.
A retro style Smith’s speedometer and Lucas amp meter was used for further perfection on Johnnie. Following the military theme, the motorcycle comes with military grade fuel carrier and ammunition box that is actually the utility cum first aid box of Johnnie.
Use of Brass ornaments at various placed makes this Royal Enfield Electra a special one among all. Tail section comes equipped with square lights and same theme gets carried over to all four indicators on the motorcycle. Johnnie has been handcrafted for William Barno and gets that engraved over a brass piece that fits on the front suspension.
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