Here today we bring you the Royal Enfield best selling classic 350 modified into a vintage style bobber with a custom job done by AD customs.
- Royal Enfield Classic 350 modified into a vintage Bobber
- This modification done by Gujarat based AD customs
- Bike doesn’t include any kind of engine modification; not reported
Royal Enfield is one of the oldest motorcycle brands in the world and, well known for its simple architecture. In the Indian market, the company has a rich heritage and a very big fan base with the best-selling premium bike brand, and continuously expanding its range to the global markets as well. The Simple architecture allows the custom lover bike enthusiasts to make some aftermarket modifications. We have put together a lot of RE modified you can check it out on our website in Royal Enfield galleries.
Today, we bring you another Royal Enfield bike modified into a classic vintage-inspired Bobber bike. This particular Royal Enfield Classic 350, bestselling bike from the brand is modified by Rajkot, Gujarat-based AD customs, well know for its unique designs. This particular bobber-inspired bike is called Tribal 350, which gets a 1930s motorcycle design. At the front, we have Girder forks with custom-built cantilever suspension, which gives a vintage touch to the bike. We also feature a new headlamp with a stylish custom mount. The Bike also comprises of custom Single piece handlebar, smartly mounted with a help of a shapely handlebar riser.
The cluster has been removed and replaced with a speedometer on the left side of the tank. The tank features a silver color, with AD and Royal Enfield 3D badges on it and a blackened fuel lid. The motorcycle has been colored blacked out including frame, engine assembly, and wheels. The stock seat has been replaced with new tan leather, loaded with spring. The rear profile has been altered completely and gets a hardtail rear. The rear suspension was replaced with a fixed swingarm. Both rear and front fenders are custom units and new side boxes have also been added. Although, no engine modification has been reported to the bike.