Royal Enfield Himalayan is the most happening off-road machine for its price tag, leaving behind the practical value of bikes like Honda CBR250R and Mahindra Mojo with its extensive capabilities. The motorcycle is one of the favorite donor bike of modifiers, flavoring the fans with scrambler or even trike format after the mod job. The Glory 411 cafe racer version from TNT Motorcycles is an extensive job with a long list of modifications on the Himalayan. Starting with the front end, the single headlight is replaced with a dual round headlight setup with a handmade fly-screen and number plate holder.
The front forks are now thicker, further getting a matching thick front tire over a spoke wheel. The profile can be compared with none other than Forty-Eight from the Harley lineup. The wheel is finished black and TNT Motorcycles are using a yellow stripe to enhance the overall profile. The exhaust system is a custom unit with heat shield wrapped front end and Akrapovic inspired muffler design. The rear end on the motorcycle is chopped completely for a single seat layout with brown finish and a typical cafe racer back panel. The fuel tank and other panels are painted green, leaving the tank with the stock design.
RE Himalayan is powered by a 411cc, single cylinder engine, producing 24.5 BHP of maximum power and 32 Nm of torque. The engine comes with a 5-speed manual gearbox, devoid of the any modern technology like slipper clutch. The brakes are kept stock, hence offering more grip on the road with massive front and rear tires. The relaxed handlebar is replaced with clip-on unit for the perfect cafe racer stance. Royal Enfield Himalayan is the most feature loaded example after 650cc Twins, best known for its long travel suspension and massive stock 21-inch front wheel.
RE Himalayan Glory 411 Photos