First ever modified Royal Enfield Himalayan has arrived and it looks A.W.E.S.O.M.E!!

Just put the word ‘Royal Enfield’ and the first thing that appears on the internet is modified Bullet 350 photos from around the country. We have seen many forms of customized Royal Enfield Classic 350 motorcycles too as it being the favorite choice for bike modification houses. On the contrary, nobody has dared to mess around with RE’s brand new adventure tourer, the Himalayan, but not anymore. As there is one bike customizing house that has always surprised us with its builds.

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Inline3 Custom Motorcycles have just come up with their 5th project, the salt racer Himalayan. The bike has been given this name due to its design, though it’s not official yet. The custom house has designed this bike for the South Delhi Motorcycles which is known to be the largest Royal Enfield dealership in Delhi. The bike has been built to set up for a display at the biggest Royal Enfield dealership in Delhi.

Also read: Meet the Pulsar 200 NS who wanted to be a Kawasaki Z1000!

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Talking about the bike, nobody can guess it being a Royal Enfield Himalayan. The original body panels have been pulled off and replaced with the Salt café Racers inspired aluminum body parts. The ample use of aluminum has also dropped the overall weight of the bike by 20kgs and that only means the bike is faster than before. Talking about the tyres, the bike now comes wearing Firestone rubbers instead of the stock tyres. While the engine has not been touched and still pushes out similar output figures which are 25 bhp at 6500 rpm and 32 Nm of torque at 4000-4500 rpm. We have really liked the design on this new build from Inline3 Customs, share your views on the same in the comment section below.

Also read: Royal Enfield Himalayan vs Kawasaki Versys X-300 vs BMW G 310 GS – Spec-comparison

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