Puranam Designs from Delhi have transformed a 2010 Royal Enfield Classic 500 into a custom bike with a vintage look that is straight out of the 1930’s. The motorcycle features a stripped down frame sans the rear shock absorbers to give it an authentic hardtail feel. The custom single seat is sprung and is made of maroon leather. The toolbox gets matching leather with buckles. As a result, it not only reinforces the vintage aura of the bike; but also adds contrast to the turquoise blue colour of the motorcycle.
The custom handlebars come with an off-set single pod instrument cluster. Another novel feature is that the design house has mounted the custom tank on the sides of the top tube of the frame with two clamps on top. The front suspension is a girder type unit, which is one of the earliest types of motorcycle suspension. The offset round front headlight is custom as well. Despite all the vintage modifications, the engine is still a modern unit with fuel injection.
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