Royal Enfield Classic 350 Modified Into a Bobber Demands a Second Glance.

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Royal Enfield Classic 350 just like an American cruiser motorcycle reminds you of long-bearded riders in a leather jacket, bobber motorcycles too have their own persona, which is arguably idolized by a motorcyclist at least once, Not giving in to the stereotypes, but a Bobber is among a handful of motorcycles that are aimed to spell rugged and raw.

Similar to what the motorcycle truly stands for, is the iteration you see above, christened as the Yodha which translates to Warrior. The underlying donor motorcycle is surprisingly a Royal Enfield Classic 350. For starters, It looks nothing like a stock RE Thunderbird because all the cycle parts have been swapped for more premium components. For starters, It looks nothing like a stock RE Thunderbird because all the cycle parts have been swapped for more premium components.

At the front, the motorcycle gets a custom full-LED headlight and a pair of USD forks. The front fender is shorter now, and the motorcycle ships with a single-pod LED instrument cluster and clear bulb indicators. The handlebar is kept in stock but is mounted on custom risers. The switchgear is stock as well, as is the fuel tank, although the latter gets a custom paint job, with a star logo and pinstripes.

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The motorcycle gets an adjustable single seat. At the rear, the entire tail section has been revamped, and the bike gets a shortened rear fender. The taillight has been moved to the left side of the bike, and below that sits the rear numberplate. The center panel and airbox are custom-built, painted with stars and a moon.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Along with an aftermarket exhaust, the motorcycle also gets a wide, pretty-looking engine guard. The engine and underbody have been blacked-out, which gels well with the grey paint scheme. The bar-end weights, the kick pedal, and the gear lever pedal are finished in gold. The bike gets spoked wheels, 19-inch at the front and 15-inch at the rear, with button tyres on both ends.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 motorcycle has been extended by 4-inches, which improves its stance. No changes have been reported to the engine though; it continues to be a 346cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder motor. In its BS-VI version, this engine can generate a maximum power of 20.07 PS and a peak torque of 28 Nm and comes paired to a 5-speed sequential gearbox.