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Royal Enfield-Classic 500 by Bulleteer customs

  • Jun 09 17:22 PM GTM
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Bulleteer Customs is well known across the country for their Royal Enfield based custom bikes. The Bengaluru based mod-house has made some spectacular looking modified bikes in past and the latest one to be featured here is the Godspeed. It is a cafe racer type build and is based on a Royal Enfield motorcycle. Apart from the fact that it looks great, a lot of work has been done on the bike to give it this form. The engine and related mechanicals though have been not touched and they are still mostly stock.

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One might wonder why Royal Enfield motorcycles are among the most popular choice for bike modification in India. That’s because of the retro and muscular design of the Enfield bikes which allows for a large number of body styles to be tried on. Bike mod themes like bobber, cafe racer, flat tracker and scramblers are among the most common when it comes to Royal Enfield bike. The famous thump from Enfield bike’s engines is an added benefit as modified motorcycles need to sound good. Another factor is the ton of aftermarket accessories and fitments available for Royal Enfield bikes.

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Talking about the Godspeed, it gets new USD forms up front which are painted in gold. The headlight has been replaced with a chrome-ringed, LED projector aftermarket unit that looks the part. The handlebar has also been replaced with a unit that’s more fit for the build. It also features bar end mounted indicators for added visual drama. The instrument cluster has been replaced with a single pod unit that displays all the relevant information.

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The front fender is now a chopped off unit while the rear fender has been given a miss here. As for the tires, both the front and rear tires are broader units shod onto spoked rims and look good on the bike. A custom tan leather saddle now adorns the place where the stock saddle used to be. Painted in a shade of dark blue, the Godspeed looks fantastic for sure. The white and black stripes further add to the overall appeal of the motorcycle.

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The tank gets some customised sticker declaring the build and modders name. Talking about the rear, the tail lamp is now a small LED unit mounted in a barrel style that looks cool. The rear indicators are old school units while the rear springs have been painted black. A custom freeflow exhaust pipe has been added to the bike. This enhances the performance of the bike to some extent and also provides a much better exhaust note. All in all, the Godspeed is a handsome looking cafe racer. We say Godspeed to the bike then.

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