A lot of people who buy a car or a motorcycle have the desire to customise it according to their taste. They do it so that their vehicle stands apart in the crowd. Royal Enfield’s Thunderbird was one of the most popular motorcycles that was available in the Indian market and we have seen that a lot of people have modified it in many ways.
However, according to the images posted by Bulleteer Customs on Instagram, the latest modification done to the Thunderbird is by a Bengaluru-based Bulleteer Customs. They have modified the Royal Enfield into a Harley Davidson CVO inspired motorcycle.
At the front, the fairing has a big windscreen, which should provide adequate protection from the debris. The fairing has an aerodynamic design as well. At the rear, the motorcycle features hard case panniers on both sides along with a hard case top box for all the luggage that is needed for the journey. All of these modifications done to the RE Thunderbird is in line with Harley Davidson CVO.
The motorcycle also gets a custom seat, alloy wheels, LED headlamp, LED turn indicators, rearview mirrors, exhaust and tyres too. It has been named the Royal Enfield Odyssey and the ‘Odyssey’ badging can be seen on the front fairing and rear panniers.
Also as per the modifier, this motorcycle will get some more changes in the near future such as a cooler compartment for beverages and music. However, the powertrain of the motorcycle remains the same and there have been no modifications done to it.
In other recent Royal Enfield news, the company’s Month-On-Month sales saw a dip in April 2021 at 53,298 units. This is a reduction of 19 per cent compared to the previous month. Out of the 53,298 units sold, 48,789 units were sold in India while the other 4,509 units were meant for export markets.
Thoughts About The Modified Royal Enfield Thunderbird
It is good to see that people, who are really interested, do modify their motorcycles well without caring for how much money is involved in the process. However, as we mentioned above, the Royal Enfield Thunderbird that has been modified into a CVO looks absolutely fantastic and really stands apart from the crowd.