Royal Enfield is one bike maker which produces a range of classic looking motorcycles which can fascinate both, the young and the young at heart. The Classic 500, one of their bestsellers, is also a popular platform for those looking to make their ride unique. Keeping this in mind, EIMOR Customs also known as East India Motorcycle Revolution, have come up with a new modified Classic 500, which is named ‘Arsenal’.
The Arsenal is truly a brute and aggressive looking build which looks tough to the core. The bike is completely based on the Classic 500 and gets no mechanical changes. In terms of design, the fascia gets a set of dual headlamps, one tinged in yellow, with a blackened grille for protection. The bike also gets a pair of gloss-black custom fenders and a customized black seat with green lining for a classy and retro look. The chunky tyres and exquisite paint job give the Classic 500 a completely different Scrambler look. All these design features come together to produce an irresistible bike.
Talking about practicality, the bike still gets the same 13.5-litre fuel tank and a dual-channel ABS system. As the Arsenal will be getting a different body kit, it might weigh a little more than the original figure of 196 kg. The bike also features an analogue instrument console and simple green rubber handgrips to maintain the retro look of the motorcycle.
In terms of powertrain and chassis, the Arsenal retains the original engine of the Classic 500 without making any kind of changes or tuning. This means the bike is powered by a 499cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine which produces 27.2 HP at 5,250 rpm and 41.3 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. The engine is paired with a 5-speed gearbox and also gets an electronic fuel-injection system. The bike gets telescopic front forks and dual gas-charged shock absorbers. The price is not available yet, but you may contact Eimor Customs as this motorcycle is available for sale.