Just like every other custom bike, Cafe racer is not only a matter of taste. It is an atavistic mentality, a peculiar mix of dominant style, high speed and pretentious commitment to the Cafe Life and all its adventurous amusement. A right Cafe racer could be the egotistic charming uncompromising appearance of the owner on road. The cornerstone contributes most to the structure, direction and general eye-catching flat lines that makes a bike a right café racer. There where we need the right apt taste of the builder, who delivers the congruous outcome when converting a bike into a cafe racer – just like the one we have today to share, a Royal Enfield Classic 350 becomes the neat scoured cafe bike by Eimor Customs of Hyderebad. Military Green Cafe Racer
The military green Cafe racer which originally was a Royal Enfield Classic 350 came from Warangal, Telangana and entitled as Envy, This is surely going to the owners pride and envy of many and Green is the color of Envy. Eimor Customs shared few lines on the bike :“Café Racers have their own charm and elegance, at the same time have their aesthetic restrictions and limitations. Our client wanted this bike to have an old school traditional café racer look, with a flatbed seat, bigger tank, big block tyres, and smaller headlight.
We have maintained the 19 and 18 wheel configuration. The mudguard arrangement has been changed unlike the Classic. There are front fork gators. The headlight is a yellow glass smaller one. The taillight and indicators are changed. As the headlight casing has been removed we have made an arrangement for speedometer and ammeter. We have used Natural Rubber handle grips. Black mirrors and a crash guard has also been fitted (which were put after the photoshoot). The tank is a customized café racer tank with a push cap. The air filter arrangement looks different from outside but technically is has not been disturbed, keeping in mind the long term maintenance point of view. We have used a Megaphone exhaust with heat wrap on the bent pipe. The seat is a flatbed café racer type seat. And the seat frame is made out of a single piece of pipe which gives the seat strength and stability. At the bottom of the seat one will notice a perforated metal sheet. That fills the gap and brings a continuity. What catches your eye is the color combination. It is a very unusual color combination, especially going for a matching green seat cover was an audacious and outrageous decision!!”
Saikat Basu/Mrutyunjaya Dash
Plot 76, Survey of India Colony, Chanda Naik Nagar, Madhapur
Landmark – Vijaya Lakshmi Super Market, near YSR statue, 100 feet Road,
Hitech City, Hyderabad,
Telangana, PIN – 500081
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