We have seen many Royal Enfield Himalayan modified motorcycles. However, this unique 'Wilder' Himalayan by Bulleteer Customs takes the scrambler game a few notches up.
Bangalore-based Bulleteer Customs has Royal Enfield Himalayan modified into a purpose-built scrambler. The Himalayan scrambler ditches the halogen headlamp for LED projector headlights with a custom-made guard, while the front telescopic forks are traded in favour of long-travel USD units.
The motorcycle features a leather-wrapped single-seat with the pillion seat making way for a rear parcel rack. While the overall design is maintained, the Royal Enfield Himalayan modified bike features a tracker-style competition number plate on the rear frame.
Royal Enfield Himalayan modified bike is equipped with a high-mounted beak-type mudguard at the front along with a rear fender. The motorcycle features 17-inch wire-spoke wheels that are wrapped with knobby off-road tyres. The bike also gets an upswept free-flow exhaust system.
The Himalayan modified bike features 'Acerbis' handguards, while the fuel tank protector is inverted to be used as an engine guard. The bikes name - Wilder - is christened on the tyres, fuel tank, fender and the competition number plate.
Bulleteer Customs have not provided any details on the engine modifications if any. In its stock form, the Himalayan uses a 411cc, four-valve, SOHC, single-cylinder motor with oil cooling and fuel injection. The engine churns out 24.5 bhp of power and 32 Nm of peak torque, paired with a five-speed gearbox. While the cost of the modifications is not known, potential customers can get in touch with Bulleteer Customs through their official social media handles.