Author Topic: Royal Enfield Cutom Builds  (Read 890 times)

Offline jakebarrell

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Royal Enfield Cutom Builds
« on: July 27, 2017, 06:23:10 AM »
The Royal Enfield story is an interesting one. With a legacy that comfortably crosses a century to being an absolute icon for a massive amount of motorcycle lovers, the (now) Chennai based motorcycle maker has seen it all. And through all that, it has not just survived but has thrived like no other automobile company on the planet. Now, with the next phase of its growth story, the company is hell bent in digging deeper into the motorcycle culture, taking with it, a vast majority that otherwise would have never charted those waters. The company is now embracing the idea of Royal Enfield customs and how it can yield benefits to its retro appeal. This should help the company create a better, more dedicated niche for itself and cocoon itself from its more modern (reliable, apparently) rivals that have a new found interest in its market share.

Royal Enfield Scrambler by Thrive Motorcycles:

Royal Enfield Chrome 500 Custom by Bull City Customs:

That said, if you have been looking closely at this once British Icon turned Indian cult, you would see that in last couple or years, there has been a slew of Royal Enfield customs that have been done with finesse good enough for global levels. 2017 especially has been a delight to Royal Enfield Customs lovers and here are a few of them worth having a look at.

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Re: Royal Enfield Cutom Builds
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2017, 09:25:18 AM »
Something's happened to the bottom's been stretched across the page and the bike looks elongated.
Hang it on the's not a bike anymore.

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Re: Royal Enfield Cutom Builds
« Reply #2 on: July 27, 2017, 08:51:18 PM »
OOOOH!!! look, an advert for unridable motorcycles which don't conform to construction and use regulations.

want one............NOT.