The Royal Enfield Bullet is the world’s oldest continuous production motorcycle.
Eimor Customs based in Hyderabad has transformed an old Royal Enfield Bullet Standard from the 70s to a retro modern street bike. They call it the Road Runner.
The Road Runner gets a peanut tank with a peeled off antique finish with gold leaf writing. The seat is a custom made unit made of brown leather. The headlamp and taillamp have a classic appeal while the exhaust has been wrapped to give the motorcycle a rugged look. The indicators too are new.
The front brake gets a disc while the rear gets a drum setup. The powertrain is the original Bullet 346 cc single cylinder OHV engine.
The present generation Royal Enfield Bullet is offered with a 346 cc and a 500 cc mill. The 346 cc mill produces 19.8 bhp of power and 28 Nm of peak torque while the 499 cc single cylinder mill from the Royal Enfield is capable of producing 26.1 bhp of maximum power and 40.9 Nm of peak torque.
Royal Enfield ended the year 2016 with a 35 percent higher sales volume.