Royal Enfield is one of the oldest motorcycle manufacturer in the world that is still in production. Classic 350 and Bullet are some of the popular models from the manufacturer. Royal Enfield is a popular brand among motorcyclists around the world and it is often used for several modification projects as well. We have seen examples of modified Interceptor 650, Continental GT 650, Classic 350, Bullet, Thunderbird and even the Meteor 350. Here we have one such modified Royal Classic 350 from Eimor Customs. They have completely customised the motorcycle into a scrambler.
The images have been shared by Eimor Customs on their Facebook page. They have completely transformed the motorcycle. It does not look like a Classic 350 anymore. This modified Classic 350 motorcycle is named Maximus. Starting with the front, the motorcycle gets blacked out steel rims with chunky looking knobby tyres. The motorcycle gets a custom front fender and the front forks get gaiters.
Moving up, the stock headlamp on the Classic 350 motorcycle has been replaced with an aftermarket projector LED unit. There is a metal headlamp guard finished in Red too. The instrument cluster is placed right above it and the stock handlebar on the motorcycle has been replaced with a custom made unit. There are bar-end lights on the handlebar. All the chrome elements on the motorcycle have been blacked out to give the motorcycle a rugged look.
The fuel tank on the motorcycle retains the tear drop design but, some revisions have been made to make it look a lot more muscular. The Dark Green paint job with black combination and Red pinstriping is giving the motorcycle a different character. The fuel filler cap on the motorcycle has also been customised. The engine cover and the area around it has been completely finished in black.
The stock exhaust has also been replaced with a matte black aftermarket unit. No changes have been made to the position of the foot pegs on this motorcycle. The side panel and battery box is finished in green and black dual tone with Red accents. The Jerry can holder and the metal grab rail is also finished in Red. Another modification on this motorcycle are the seats. The stock seats have been replaced with a custom made flat scrambler like seat which gives the rider a higher seating position.
As we move to the rear, the motorcycle has an LED strip right behind the seat as tail lamp. The motorcycle gets a custom fender at the rear as well. The fender does not cover the rear tyre completely exposing the chunky rear tyre. Both front and rear get disc brakes and the calipers are finished in Red. It does not looks like Eimor Customs has made any changes to improve the performance of this motorcycle however, it is definitely a good motorcycle to look at. Like other projects in the past, the quality of work done on this Royal Enfield Classic 350 or Maximus is good. It’ll definitely attract crowd whenever on the road. Royal Enfield will be launching couple of new motorcycles in the market later this year.