For die-hard petrolheads, a restored retro-styled motorcycle would be the most healing therapy in the world. In general, though, it is considered as an expensive passion. But if you’re limited with the budget, the restoration of a classic motorcycle into a vintage one is the best bet for you. Every retro bike fan must have heard of Bombay Custom Works (BCW), and would be an admirer of their work.
Barood, is one of the latest customized creations of the Bombay Custom Works (BCW). It’s a restored version of the iconic Royal Enfield 350cc, which has always been known for its robust body-built and riding comfort. The retro-styled Barood is certainly a head-turner, thanks to its stunning metal restoration.
Entirely redesigned by BCW, the Barood features a vintage styled large handle bar, a revised headlamp cluster, all new tyres and suspension setup. Its seat with fine artwork looks quite authentic. What further enhance its raw appeal is the custom maroon shade painted on the fuel tank and seat.
The customized Royal Enfield 350 - Barood – was honoured with prestigious award of the ‘Best Custom Built Motorcycle’ at the 2015 Royal Enfield Rider Mania. This event witnesses an annual gathering of Royal Enfield owners and enthusiasts, and display of custom made Royal Enfields. The British motorcycle brand, owned by Eicher India, manufacturer organizes dirt races, film-making workshops, build-offs and off-road training sessions.
Bombay Custom Works is one of the renowned motorcycle and car modifiers in the country. This Mumbai-based venture not only customizes bikes, but also builds them with high quality finishing and creative design. The company display its customized product range in India Bike Week every year.
Besides the Barood, Bombay Custom Works have made a range of the finest street bikes including Pulsar Cafe Racer O-Four, Cafe Racer using a Bajaj Pulsar DTSI engine, Pulsar 150 Cafe Racer, Yamaha 135 Cafe Racer, etc. Since we don’t know the cost involved in getting this customisation done, interested people can directly get in touch with BCW.