The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is a simple yet elegant motorcycle when it comes to design. Eimor Customs have morphed the motorcycle for better touring capabilities, while enhancing the heritage look at the same time, in their latest project: Cerulean.
The base bike is a 2012 Royal Enfield Bullet 350. The custom house says they derived the name from ‘Cerulean Hue Blue’, which is the look of a clear, blue sky. They have incorporated a bigger 14-litre fuel tank, with tank-mounted digital instrument cluster, amp meter, and a key slot. The large triple-tree clamp holds the wide beach bars and the extended front fork. The custom fenders with vintage paint scheme (Teal/Turquoise and off-white) enhance the retro appeal of the motorcycle. The well-cushioned split seats have tan-brown leatherette, with Diamond cross-stitch pattern. It features a nicely-done cushioned back-rest as well.
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The 19-inch front and the 15-inch rear are shod with 110-section front and 140-section rear tyres respectively. They have used an extended, extra broad swingarm to accommodate the rear tyre. Brakes include disc at the front and drum at the rear. The black engine gets chrome treatment on the head and engine case. The chromed exhaust ends with an aftermarket Moto Torque Shark silencer. Mechanically, the engine appears to be stock.
[Source: Eimor Customs]