The Hyderabad based, East India Motorcycle Revolution Customs or simply known as EIMOR Customs have created a customized bike based on a 2007 Royal Enfield Electra. Named as Johnnie, this vintage looking modified Royal Enfield Electra takes inspiration from the era of World War II.
Eimor Customs have painted the customized Royal Enfield Electra in a Glossy Olive shade. Other parts and the spoke wheels have also been powder coated in colours that complement the overall vintage look of the motorcycle.
The bike has been turned into a single seater by replacing the rear seat with a wooden carrier. There is also use of wood on the sides of the fuel tank. High-quality teak wood has been used for this purpose for its natural grain and longevity. The panels have been hand polished to perfection to bring out the grains in the best possible way.
To give this Royal Enfield Electra that vintage look, Eimor Customs has added a 1950’s style headlamp casing along with old Smith’s Speedo and Lucas Amp meters. The bike also gets mirrors and handlebar from the Standard model.
Many parts have been created in brass such as the plate on the front mudguard which shows a soldier riding his motorcycle with explosions happening behind him. Other pieces in brass include a token holder and tank cap with Eimor Customs’ signature stamp.
Johnnie rides on 4.25×18” big block, MRF Moto C tyres both at the front and rear. It also has been equipped with a rear disc brake setup and gets a classic type front shock absorbers to fit the vintage style mudguard. To add to its rugged look, the custom house has used rectangular shaped tail light and indicators.
To further enhance its vintage look, the customized Royal Enfield Electra is fitted with a military grade petrol canister on the left and an ammunition box on the right. These have been fastened tightly with specially made genuine leather belts. Johnnie also gets a military style butterfly crash guard, yellow fog lamp on the right and a bottle holder on the left along with a vintage style leather spring seat.