Jedi Customs, a Mumbai-based motorcycle customiser has built a Bobber version of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 called ‘Jajabor’.
Bobbers are all the rage these days. Their no-nonsense minimalism and macho looks make them quite sought after in the custom market. Adwait Samant of Jedi Customs has a number of Bobber builds under his belt, but this time he wanted to push his creativity up a notch. He wanted to make a classic Bobber but with European and modern touch as well.
In his latest artwork, the Jajabor, Adwait Samant has included upside down forks, rear disc brake and an LED tail lamp as well. The high-set peanut tank coupled with the wide single-piece handlebar with bar-end mirrors give an aggressive look to the bike. The blokes behind this creation wanted to enhance the flamboyance, and hence they buffed all the engine components and draped the bike in Metallic green. Subtle bullet-type indicators flank the leather seat.
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Jajabor has a side-mounted number plate, a chopped rear fender and a tall sissy bar. The front spoke wheel is larger than the rear and is complemented by the fat rubber at the rear. The mechanicals are all exposed and the wrapped exhaust pipe pairs with an aftermarket exhaust.
The name ‘Jajabor’ comes from the Assamese language, which means ‘Traveller’. There's Rhino artwork in the toolbox, which represents the culture of Mr. Samant's state.