Have you seen a Custom Royal Enfield 350 which reminds you of Husqvarna Svartpilen? No? Here’s one
This Custom Royal Enfield motorcycle is made by Reddy Customs. Reddy Customs is based in Pune, Maharashtra and does its job of automobile personalization on Cars and Bikes. They have created many customised cars out of which Mahindra Thar’s Black Hawk Custom and Scorpio’s Hunk custom are some of their best jobs out there. Recently, the firm worked out on a Royal Enfield Classic 350 nad named it ‘Gangster’.
This Custom Royal Enfield 350 Classic does not resemble to the stock bike even a bit. The main reason for that is, the bike gets all-new body panels, fuel tank as well as seat. The Customized bike get three attractive colors – Orange, Black and Silver. As you can see, the orange color is used on the headlight assembly, fuel tank, and side boxes. The Black color sits on the fuel tank, seat, rear fender, side fairing under fuel tank as well as side parts of Headlamp assembly.
This Custom Royal Enfield 350 will be used in a Film
The Silver color, on the other hand, is seen on the sides of fuel tank and suspension. Reddy Customs completely stripped the bike off its stock body panels and replaced them with their very own created bespoke body panels.
The headlight assembly is new one and feature aftermarket LED lights. Engine Cover, Seats and fenders are all-new. The tyres are aftermarket and as dual purpose for usage on and off-road. There are few things which are left un-tunched such as – Instrument Cluster, Handlebar, Engine as well as Suspension setup. These un-touched parts will keep the retro charm of the Classic 350 alive.
The price of this Custom Royal Enfield Classic 350 is not revealed because the bike will be used in a movie. So, its bad news for all those who would love to own this bike by shelling out hefty cash.
What we feel is, this design language will be best suited for KTM Duke series of bikes. This is because the design itself shows raw power. We hope to see more customized motorcycles with KTM’s mad engines. However, there are two upcoming drool-worthy bikes which are all set to launch in India – Husqvarna Svartpilen and Husqvarna Vitpilen.
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