With a booming positive vibe of custom motorcycle scenes in India, we have plenty bike builders with auspicious proficiency who can deliver the utmost accomplishment of a motorcycle enthusiastic’s conception. One of the popular trend is comprehensively switching the stock look and build them according to the motorcyclist’s need, might build a big fat chopper adding multiple imagination or for a fun loving offroader it could be a ripped off naked typed bike. And there are another stream, is altering the presence without damaging the base of the bike which is more stable in term riding with maximum durability. There a candid paintjob is one of the most paramount alternation. If you are a follower of our tiny blog 350CC.com, you must have witnessed of Eimor customs of Hyderabad, one of the most eminent workshop who did wonders with their paintjob. The latest addition is Tamralipi, a Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500 is build off with an abstract appealing unique presence.
Specification :Base Bike: Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500. New Alloys, Crashbars, Auxiliary Fog Lamps, Custom Handle bars, Custom headlamp case, New exhaust, Custom Seating with Backrest, A brand new paint Job.
Saikat Basu from Eimor custom has shared few details with 350CC.com “The painting of the tank is done in pure copper leafing with abstract artwork! We have depicted Journey from France to Hyderabad (As the rider is a French national).
This bike also comes with additional riding carrier systems(Not shown in this design) which is foldable. The carrier system folds without any use of spanners or tools in city rides and can be opened for long rides luggage carriage capacity...When it comes to attitude, don’t compromise” he ended with!
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
Phone – 9703504525, 9966410318
Photo Courtesy:Eimor Custom
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