In their latest mod-job, the folks at Eimor Customs have transformed a Royal Enfield Thunderbird into Bobber style motorcycle, christened Reveller. However, unlike a conventional bobber, the Reveller features a pillion seat. In case you are wondering, Reveller, means wild, loud and free soul.
The motorcycle was customised to incorporate the particular requirements of the client and come out with something that suits the challenging riding conditions in the country. The most evident change to the machine is the addition of fatter rubber on both wheels. The fat tyres are installed on wire-spoke wheels that enhance the retro look of the motorcycle. A compact fender accompanies the front tyre.
The fascia includes tinted cover for the headlight. The illuminator is compact as compared to the standard motorcycle and is installed in a chrome housing that complements the unique paint job. The front blinkers are placed on the fork covers. The forks are wider than the stock units and the hardware complements the muscular look of the ride.
Following the fascia is a single-pod instrument console that replaces the stock, twin-pod unit. A unique handlebar features clip-on style ends while the grips feature brown leatherette wraps. A customised tank gets a signature Eimor Customs’ paint job in Silver Leaf follows the cockpit. The Reveller badge sits on either side of the tank while a retro style filler cap is placed on the top.
A split seat setup with a ribbed pattern comes in brown leatherette finish while at the rear is a removable backrest. Other features include cylindrical toolbox, K&N air filter, elegant taillight and turn signals, and a megaphone exhaust.
The hardware is retained from the stock motorcycle.
The Royal Enfield Thunderbird is available in two displacements – 350cc and 500cc. The 499cc, single cylinder, air cooled engine delivers 27.2 bhp of power at 5,250 rpm and 41.3 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. The Thunderbird 350 uses a 346cc, single cylinder carburetted motor that churns out 19.8 bhp of maximum power at 5,250 rpm and 28 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. Both motors are paired with a five-speed gearbox.