Bulleteer Customs is back with another modified Royal Enfield that transforms a standard motorcycle into a customised wonder.
This time, the folks at Bulleteer Customs transformed a Classic 500 Desert Storm into a more rugged, Scrambler avatar. Christened as the Spirit of Munro, the retro motorcycle gets an aftermarket headlight with an integrated DRL ring among many other changes. The conventionally positioned front blinkers have been removed. Instead, the modified motorcycle uses bar-end blinkers that give it a cleaner look. A digital unit on the modified motorcycle has replaced the stock instrument console.
Chrome bits are bare minimum on the motorcycle and most of the parts have been blacked-out for a stealthy and rugged look. The headlight mask, front fork tubes, wheels, handlebar, engine and the exhaust have been given a black look. The fork gaiters hide the chrome part of the front suspension.
The olive green paint job looks appealing. The paint can be seen on the front and rear fenders, fuel tank and the side panel. The top of the tank gets a black centre that adds an attractive contrast to the visuals. The asymmetrically positioned fuel filler cap gets a chrome cap that merges well with the package. A custom tank follows the fuel tank. The diamond stitch pattern for the seat, along with the brown shade for the cover, gives a premium look to the custom motorcycle. The saddle is installed on a modified sub-frame.
The tail section features a custom stoplight that sits on the short rear fender, while the rear blinkers occupy the space next to the rear springs. Bulleteer Customs’ tag sits on the fuel tank.
The hardware specifications are stock and shock absorption tasks are performed by conventional telescopic forks and twin-sided springs at the front and back respectively. Anchoring department includes disc brakes on both wheels, although the motorcycle in the images is the non-ABS variant of the Classic 500 series.
The wire-spoke wheel layout has been retained, although the diameter has been changed. The front now features an 18-inch wheel, while the rear uses a 15-inch unit. The stock tyres have also been traded for semi-knobby tyres for better grip over loose surfaces. The profile has also been changed and the wheels are wrapped in the 140-section rear and 130-section front tyres.