Royal Enfield bikes are extremely popular among Indian and international motorists. Because of their vintage appearance, the Royal Enfield Bullet and Classic series bikes are popular among customers. Other models in Royal Enfield's lineup include the Meteor 350, Himalayan 411, Interceptor 650, and Continental GT 650. Here's an example of a Meteor 350 motorbike that's been ingeniously converted into a single-seat bobber.
Ironwood Motorcycles from Amsterdam made the modifications to this Meteor 350. The custom shop transformed a regular-looking cruiser motorcycle into a bobber-style motorcycle. To attain this appearance, the motorcycle has undergone several modifications. Starting at the front, standard tyres have been swapped out for semi-knobby ones. Gaiters are now included with the front telescopic forks, and the fork itself has been blacked out.
An aftermarket headlight has been installed in place of the standard unit. The original handlebars on this motorcycle have been replaced with supercross units, which now have bar-end mirrors. The entire motorcycle now has a dark motif. The motorcycle's fuel tank and side panels have a distinctive cosmic livery, and the Royal Enfield brand emblem can also be seen here.
The fenders on both the front and rear ends are customised, and the rear subframe has also been changed. This motorcycle's basic chassis and engine remain unaltered. The rear still gets dual shock absorbers, but they're now YSS aftermarket units. In addition, the Meteor 350 now has a unique exhaust system with an Akropovic silencer added.
Overall, the makeover has significantly transformed the appearance of the Meteor 350. It does not resemble a standard Royal Enfield motorbike in any way. It should be noted that Ironwood Motorcycles did not modify or replace the motorcycle's instrument cluster. It retains the standard unit, which has a digital meter that displays the fuel level, the trip meter, and odometer readings, as well as the Tripper navigation next to it.