Royal Enfield Electra 350 ‘Charcoal’ by Ornithopter Moto Design
Ornithopter Moto Design is back with an amazing build. This time, they worked on a Royal Enfield Electra 350 and named it ‘Charcoal’ for its dark appearance among other standard bikes on the road. For those who love typical chopper feel from their cruiser, ‘Charcoal’ brings loads of delight through its low stance and high placed handlebars.
The motorcycle comes with twin headlights, clearly inspired from Triumph Rocket III. The beefed up look from its fuel tank is equally matched by the custom designed rear fender, covering nothing less than 200 mm of pure traction through its 200/55-17 inch tyre.
Contrasting belt can be seen running through its fuel tank, further glorified through same shade handlebar grips and seat cover highlight. Both front and rear tyre now rests around Black alloy wheels while Ornithopter used Black wrapped exhaust pipes for enhanced visual pleasure.
The extra wide handlebar takes ‘Charcoal’ closer to chopper feel. They are using an extra large rear disc brake for better braking on this custom motorcycle. A neatly embedded LED strip acts as a perfect brake light for this huge machine. Engine on Charcoal was updated with better air filter and painted matte black.
Royal Enfield Electra 350 was renamed to Bullet ES 350 in 2017. Everything remained exactly the same as older version as power production is still 19.8 BHP and 28 Nm from the 346cc, single cylinder engine.
The best part for Electra is inclusion of disc brake and electric starter, helping riders keep themselves safe in case of sudden braking and backfiring of the kick-starter. It weighs 187 kg in its stock form while Ornithopter Moto Design’s ‘Charcoal’ seems heavier in all scenarios. Those who are interested in such a mod can contact Ornithopter Moto Design on their below given contact number or address.