If you are a fan of Royal Enfield bikes, here’s is a something you will absolutely love. The Surat based ParPin’s Garage has modified a Royal Enfield Classic 350 and you got to see how neat this prowess looks in the new paint job. Of course, there are other bits but the use of matte yellow and black colours make the bike more appealing visually and we can’t help but savour this mod RE Classic 350 for its changed looks.
The highlight on this RE Classic 350 is the yellow fuel tank in matte finish. Besides, the fender in front is all new and are extended to give a wrapped look. While the fender at rear is relatively shorter and raised.
The canister is all new, the disc and drum brake mechanism remains untouched. While the suspension set up on the bike comprises 130mm front forks and 80mm dual gas-charged shocks at rear.
Up front, the custom RE Classic 350 gets headlamp console and tiger eye pilot lamp. What works well for this mod RE is the matte black finish, that even covers its slightly overboard chrome work.
The circular mirrors are reminiscent of the bulky bikes from the yesteryear. While fuel tan is painted in matte yellow, it gets contrast Royal Enfield badging in black. As the engine retains in the metal finish, the exhaust pipe receives a black finish.
One of the other prominent changes on the bike is the new alloy wheels that have been fitted to replace the stock rims. While the front tyre is sourced from MRF, the rear tyre with smaller rim is form TVS. One must note that the rear tyre is fatter in profile.
Currently being retailed at Rs 1.35 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), the regular RE Classic 350 is offered in several colours including Ash, Chesnut, Lagoon, Silver and Black. And the Redditch series of colours comprising red, green and blue was introduced in January 2017.