Rajputana Customs from Jaipur has transformed the Royal Enfield Classic 500 into a custom motorcycle called the Matilda.
The Matilda is a retro-modern Bobber iteration of the Royal Enfield Classic 500. The changes are so exhaustive that the bike hardly has traces of the original model’s design. They have altered the frame for a hardtail look, and features a custom seat with springs. The fuel tank is a custom peanut unit with a unique paint work. The fenders and the toolbox are custom as well. The straight handlebars get custom clamps, and are mounted on a WP inverted front fork. The chrome bar-end mirror adds a nice classic touch to the bike.
The custom house has finished the engine in black, with heat wrap on the header pipe. The fuel injector features a conical air filter. The stock 499cc single cylinder mill is capable of generating 27.2 bhp of power at 5,250 rpm; and 41.3 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. The gearbox is a 5-speed unit.
The motorcycle features custom spoke wheels with black rims shod with beefier tyres. The front disc brake comes with a radial calliper for adequate stopping power. The rear gets a drum unit. Rajputana Customs took three months for this build, and costs INR 5.5 lakhs, excluding the donor motorcycle.