Dochaki Customs has come up with a new custom Royal Enfield Bobber, called the ‘Nirankush.’ A Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 chassis and engine underpins the Nirankush bobber.
According to Dochaki Customs, only the stock chassis and engine are used for this build, while all other parts are hand-crafted or custom built. The highlight of the bobber is the folding pillion seat, which is neatly tucked inside the front seat and is deployable whenever needed.
The ‘Nirankush’ gets a matte silver paint scheme with orange pinstripes on the tank and fenders. The bobber features a custom CNC built triple clamps and hand-crafted parts like the fuel tank, front and rear fenders and the side body panels. Dochaki Customs have made custom mounts for the seats, headlight, and the mudguards.
The customized Royal Enfield features a new handlebar and a custom swingarm, while the LED headlamps, indicators and taillights are all-new. The engine, chassis, and exhaust are finished in black while the front forks and rear suspension springs get orange paint. The Royal Enfield Thunderbird bobber features a 16-inch rear and 18-inch front wire-spoke wheels that get fatter rubber on both the ends.
The Nirankush bobber from Dochaki Customs uses a 350 cc, single-cylinder engine from the Royal Enfield Thunderbird. The air-cooled, AVL engine produces 18 bhp of maximum power at 5,500 rpm while developing 27.5 Nm of peak torque at 3,500 rpm. This engine works in sync with a 5-speed transmission.
Suspension bits include a telescopic front fork and twin gas-charged shock absorbers at the rear. The bike stops with the help of a disc brake up front and a rear drum brake. The chopped front and rear fenders and the elongated tank add to the design of the bobber. The bike also features a minimalist matte black speedometer.