This custom Royal Enfield Electra looks different and won’t rust

Royal Enfield motorcycles have been the basis for many bespoke motorcycles. Here we have an extensively customized Royal Enfield Electra 350 CI. The build was done by TNT Motorcycles and the client wanted to turn his Electra into a keepsake and asked that he wish to keep the motorcycle in his home forever. His brief was “Build me a work of art that you would build for yourself”.

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December 5, 2022 at 11:13 am

TNT Motorcycles builds custom parts. It is based on the Royal Enfield Electra 350 CI.

However, motorcycles are known to eventually rust, so TNT had a lot of work to do. Therefore, the motorcycle is made of stainless steel (SS 304) and aluminum. So, a motorcycle can last a long time if maintained properly. In terms of design, Electra has been modified to be a combination of Old School Café and Board Tracker.

According to TNT Motorcycles, the structure won't rust because it's made of stainless steel and aluminum.

According to TNT Motorcycles, the structure won’t rust because it’s made of stainless steel and aluminum.

The body panels are made of aluminum, then polished and clear-coated. The chassis is brand new, custom built, also in SS 304. The front spar is also new, made of SS 304.

Body parts such as fuel tank hangers, wheel hubs, disc covers, sprocket covers, engine point covers and rear axle covers are made of aluminium. TNT Motorcycles also makes some stainless steel custom parts such as handlebars with internal throttle mechanism, handlebars, footpegs, brake levers, shifters, kicks, side brackets, disc plates, sprockets and exhaust pipes. The shop did subtle brass accents on the engine, emblems, and exhaust. The saddle, harness and cable cover are finished in Trip Machine’s bespoke tobacco-coloured nappa leather.

There are no changes to Electra’s engine. It was still a 350 cc unit made of cast iron. The building is named “Goonj” after the owner’s spouse. The motorcycle was also showcased at India Bike Week 2022 and attracted a lot of attention.

First published date: December 5, 2022 at 11:13 AM CST

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