The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is clearly the first choice for the bike builders when it comes to bike modifications. A Pune-based bike customization house, Dochaki Designs has come up with an awesome looking scrambler 350 based on the iconic RE Classic 350. The bike has been christened Maverick. The bike took around 60 days to come out in its final scrambler form.
Maverick gets an extended swing arm, redesigned scrambler seat, shock boots, new fender, headlight, exhaust assembly and also chassis has been altered to increase the ground clearance on the bike. Also, it’s tank capacity has been increased up by 20% for a longer range. The best part about the bike is the blue Top-Gun inspired retro paint scheme it gets on the fuel tank and the side body panels. A puny round tail light sits at the place of the stock tail light of the bike and also the bike’s spokes are shod with chunky tyres to give a slightly rugged feel. The engine, on the other hand, stays untouched and nothing has been tweaked to bring out any change in performance.
We certainly liked the minimalistic work carried on to change the whole of the look from the stock bike. Maverick gets a thumbs up from ACG! Stay tuned for more exciting updates like this.
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