East India Motorcycle Revolution Customs or simply EIMOR Customs have revealed their latest creation – ENVY. This custom bike is a cafe racer based on a Royal Enfield Classic 350.
Envy by Eimor Customs – Video:
The Envy by Eimor Customs features a matte finish light olive paint job. The platform of the bike has been tweaked to convert it into a flatbed by bending a single pipe. It also gets a modified fuel tank and scrambler type handlebar with Biltwell handle grips.
The tank gets the Royal Enfield and EIMOR Customs logo in an old school signage font to give a vintage feel to the bike. There is also a pair of stripes on the front mudguard and the fuel tank.
This modified Royal Enfield Classic 350 rides on 19-inch front and 18-inch rear spoke wheels which are finished in black. The wheels are wrapped in big block button tyres to give a rugged look.
The side panels have also been modified and utility boxes have been replaced to give the bike a very raw and industrial look. The Envy gets a custom made seat in a green leatherette material with diamond stitching.
At front, this customised Royal Enfield Classic 350 gets a small die-casted yellow glass headlight. The placement of the ammeter and speedometer has been changed as well. The front mudguard has also been modified and almost all of the bike chassis and mechanical parts have been finished in black to go with the overall theme.
The Envy does not receive any mechanical changes. It does get a Megaphone exhaust and a heatwrap on the exhaust pipe. Powering this custom motorcycle is the 346 cc single cylinder engine which produces 19.8 bhp at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm at 4000 rpm. The front gets telescopic forks with gaiters while the rear has gas-charged shock absorbers.