When it comes to custom locomotives or modified locomotives, Royal Enfield is the most heard brand. This is because shops prefer to machine them as they are easier to machine and can be modified into different body shapes. This is a Royal Enfield Classic 500 converted by Eimor Customs. The reason why it is called “Allura” is because the store believes that motorcycles can seduce anyone.
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The custom shop took the 2013 Royal Enfield Desert Storm 500 provided by the client for his own use. This guy has ridden 5,000 km of motorcycles in 5 years and he finds the altitude and maneuvering difficult. The requirement was not only to lower the height, but also to regenerate the bike with a new look and feel.
Speaking of looks, the bike looks retro right now. There are large fenders, and they are arranged to look a lot like the fenders on Indian motorcycles. The shop now uses 16-inch spoked wheels and 120-section tires.
The original headlight housings were also removed and a smaller headlight with a grille was installed. Made a separate housing for the speedometer and fuel gauge. The ignition has been moved to the oval box on the right. The turn indicators and taillights are now aftermarket too.
The new tank looks nice with the sides cut off. Both the rider’s seat and the rear seat are spring-loaded. The backrest with the rear seat is also similar in shape to the fender mounts. Then there’s the exhaust, which is also new.
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What makes this motorcycle stand out is its unique paint job. The fuel tank appears to be split, with the sides cut off. The tank is now glossy with a retro-style gold leaf finish, while the rest of the body is finished in matte black.
First published date: Feb 4, 2023 at 17:15 PM CST