In India, Royal Enfield motorcycles are used in many projects due to their rich heritage, fan following, simple architecture and ability to be easily repaired. We have seen remarkable modifications on the Classic 350 and 500 not only in India, but also beyond our borders.
Today we offer you another RE Classic 500 that has been converted into a cafe racer. Neev Motorcycles designed and built this bike, which features many design changes.
A new headlight with a chrome rim is up front, and a new front fender and aftermarket forks are also added. Custom built, the tank features a unique paint job of pink and black, separated by gold stripes.
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In addition to the blacked-out fuel cap, it bears a custom logo with the “Ka” name. Along with the custom single seat, the bike gets a racing-style cowl attached to a shortened frame at the rear end, and a custom LED taillight has been installed.
Footpegs were fitted behind the thighs, paired with heel plates, and clip-on handlebars replaced the stock handlebars to create a sportier riding position. In addition to the custom instrument console, the turn signals are also aftermarket. Also on the right swingarm is a rear license plate holder.
The engine changes made to this bike are not known to us. But the original Royal Enfield Classic 500 uses a fuel injected 499cc single cylinder engine that produces 27.2hp of power and 41.3Nm of torque. Royal Enfield Classic 500 is priced at Rs 2.02 lakhs (formerly showroom).