Royal Enfield is the brand that one will hear about the most when it comes to modified or custom motorcycles. Because they are simpler to work on and can be altered to create different body types, shops prefer to work on them. Here is a Royal Enfield Classic 500 that Eimor Customs has modified. The reason the motorcycle is dubbed "Allura" is because the shop thinks it can seduce anyone.
The client's 2013 Royal Enfield Desert Storm 500, which was being used for personal purposes, was sent to the customising shop. The individual had ridden the motorcycle for 5,000 miles over the course of five years, yet he still found manoeuvring and height to be challenging. So, in addition to lowering the height, the bike also needed a makeover and a fresh look and feel.
The motorcycle now has a classic appearance, speaking about appearances. There are substantial mudguards, and they are arranged in a manner that is reminiscent of Indian motorcycles. The store currently uses 120-section tyres and 16-inch spoked wheels.
A smaller headlamp with a grille was installed in place of the conventional headlight casing. The fuel gauge and speedometer each have their own case. The oval box on the right side now serves as the ignition. These days, after-market versions of the turn signals and the tail lamp are also used.
The sides of the new tank look stunning after being cut off. The pillion seat and the rider seat both feature a spring-like design. The pillion seat's backrest has a form that is comparable to the mudguard stays. The exhaust is another brand-new component.
This motorcycle is notable for its distinctive paint job. With its sides chopped off, the fuel tank appears to be in pieces. The tank is now coated in a glossy finish with gold leaf work done in a vintage style, while the body's remaining surfaces are matte black.
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