Bulleteer Customs has struck the right notes with its latest creation, the Octave. This modified Royal Enfield motorcycle comes with revised styling, custom body parts, dual-tone finish and updated hardware.
The dual-tone paint job features a shade of black and white on the front fender, fuel tank and the rear fender. The front fender and the tank get piano key graphics. The fascia continues to use a spherical headlight, although it now sits next to updated suspension setup. The modification brings a pair of beefy, inverted forks to the package, giving the front a muscular look. The front blinkers are integrated into the handlebar for a cleaner look to the fascia.
The cockpit continues to pack twin-dials for the instrument console, although the stock handlebar has been traded for a clip-on style unit. Pair of bar-end mounted mirrors add an appealing look to the modified motorcycle.
The dual-tone paint theme on the tank gets a different combination. While one side of the tank is dominated by black colour, the other features a white finish. Bulleteer Customs’ logo sits on either side of the tank. The saddle gets a diamond pattern stitch with a brown seat cover, which adds a premium touch to the modified Royal Enfield. The cowl shaped rear section of the saddle adds a hint of sportiness.
The tail section gets a custom rear fender that holds an aftermarket taillight. The rear number plate and the blinkers are mounted next to the shock absorbers. The chrome bits are a bare minimum, and Bulleteer Customs have given a black finish to the wheels, engine, swingarm, rear shock absorbers and the aftermarket exhaust. Another unique addition to the modification is the repositioned keyhole, which now sits next to the right side of the engine.
Shock absorption hardware, as mentioned above, uses inverted forks at the front. The rear continues to use twin-sided springs. Braking department comprises a disc at the front and a drum unit at the back. The wire-spoke wheels are wrapped in dual-purpose tyres with knobby design.
The dual-tone paint theme works well with the blacked-out parts and the brown seat cover. Similar to several modified products that we have seen from Bulleteer Customs, the Octave, too, is an appealing take on a Royal Enfield.