Rider Mania 2017: Crazy Mods of Royal Enfield Motorcycles

Royal Enfield gets ready for Rider Mania 2017 with these customised motorcycles.

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 Customised Royal Enfield bikes are the highlight of the Rider Mania event in Goa
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Rider Mania 2017 is just around the corner with Royal Enfield bikers from all over the world ready to converge in Goa for the motorcycle festival.

The 3-day-event will feature a lot of activities like dirt track race, slow bike race and also many motorcycle customisers will be showcasing their Royal Enfield mods.

The Quint will be in Goa for the festival getting you all the action from there. But, before that here’s a teaser of what kind of customisations you can expect from the event.

Customised Classic 500 
Customised Classic 500 
(Photo: Jedi Customs, Mumbai)

This mean machine is ‘Jajabor the bobber’ built on the frame of a classic 500. The mod consists of hand made fenders, customised upside down front forks and hand-stitched leather seats.

The handlebars also get a custom touch with handle risers and the custom battery console delivers a clean setup.

The mod on the Classic gets old school headlamp and custom small signal lights.

  • The mod gets custom headlamps and tail lights.
  • The bike consists of hand made fenders.
  • Hand stitched leather seats on the RE look rad.
Royal Enfield Standard 350 customised
Royal Enfield Standard 350 customised
(Photo: Emperor Motorcycles, Kerala)

This 350cc customised Royal Enfield has been developed by Kerala customisers Emperor Motorcycles.

The customisers wanted the bike to have a "Sophisticated Rebel" look and feel.

The gear has a perforated steel mesh applied on it, while the kickstart and brake pedal have been inspired from the heat shield found on rifles and gunmetal from bullet shells.

The bike has a vintage look to it and adds elements like a leather strap on the fuel tank.

  • The modified Classic 350 comes with a leather strap on the fuel tank.
  • The bike sports a very vintage look.
Various Royal Enfield bikes customised by Forscher Customs
Various Royal Enfield bikes customised by Forscher Customs
(Photo: Forscher Customs, Mumbai) 

Forscher Customs really have a unique style they incorporate when modifying RE (Royal Enfield) motorcycles. The above line-up shows some of the custom bikes from the Mumbai based company.

Jim Morisson ( extreme left ) by Forscher Customs sports a graffiti of the famous American singer and songwriter Jim Morisson and comes in a green-black colour combination.

The company says it’s the country’s first motorcycle with single sided swing arm in spokes rim.

The bike is designed with custom made chassis, tank, silencer, seats, mudguard, electric fitting and lights.

The Red Demon (extreme right) is the most eye catching offering in the line-up. It comes with matte red finish and has everything custom made except the engine.

The Explorer (in blue) has been modified with custom made chassis, tank, silencer, seats, mudguard, electric fitting and lights.

  • Custom bike by Forscher
  • Custom bike by Forscher
  • Custom bike by Forscher
Royal Enfield Classic 350 customised with chrome finish
Royal Enfield Classic 350 customised with chrome finish
(Photo: Bulleteers Customs, Bengaluru)

The red customised RE motorcycle is a 2015 Thunderbird 500. It sports custom seats, LED lighting including bar end indicators and a crazy racing exhaust. The cutomisers have named the bike 'Agastya’.

In white (see below gallery) is the 'Whitefang’ based on a Thunderbird 350.

It features the largest set of tyres in the line up to compliment the 140mm front forks.

The black beast (see below gallery) is called the 'Carbon SS’ based on a 2013 Electra 350. The ‘Carbon’ series offers only a single seat and the design is based on a new school Bobber.

  • 2013 Electra 350 custom
  • Thunderbird 350 modified
  • Thunderbird 500 modified

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