Eimor Customs have given the easy-going Royal Enfield Classic 350 a custom café racer look with their latest creation, Envy.
The 19-inch front and the 18-inch rear spoke wheels are stock, but they have installed meatier block-pattern tyres and painted the wheels black. The front features a round yellow headlight and they have removed the headlight nacelle to accommodate the asymmetrical twin-pod instrument cluster. One of the pods shows the speed, and the other is an ammeter.
The fuel tank is a custom café racer unit with a push cap. The side panels are also custom-made but does not disturb the placement of the internals like the air filter. The flat café racer seat sits on a pipe frame for better stability. It gets a matching green seat cover with diamond type stitching.
The powerplant is stock apart from the heat wrap and Megaphone exhaust with a bent pipe. The powertrain comes with black paint job. The 346 cc single cylinder mill makes 19.8 bhp at 5,250 rpm and 28 Nm at 4,000 rpm. The front telescopic fork features gaiters, and the rear uses the same stock gas-charged shock absorbers. The tail light is a minimalistic LED unit, and the indicators are of bullet type. The handle bar grips are made of natural rubber.