The trend of converting conventional bicycles into premium bicycles in the aftermarket is indeed intensifying, and this latest iteration shows how far this trend has come.
The Royal Enfield Cafe Racer is made from the Bajaj Pulsar shown in this video. I apologize for not recognizing the donor model immediately. The modification is very professional and does not give any idea about the original bike under the new model. Now BMW has made the Cafe Racer genre very popular, and then bike modification houses are trying to replicate it. Finally, we have a product that looks like a real Cafe Racer.
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Royal Enfield Cafe Racer or Bajaj Pulsar
The finished motorcycle carries all the mandatory design features of the RE Cafe Racer. The most notable are the large 190-section rear wheel, a smooth adjustable frame, a single seat, a locking lever from KTM, inverted rearview mirrors and clamping levers from KTM, a flat LED. The rounded headlights are something you should have seen on some premium bikes, such as the Harley Davidson, the instrument cluster has also been redesigned on top of the headlights, the indicators are custom-made, and the footrests are from the Yamaha R15 to allow the driver to ride. Elegant look typical of Cafe Racers.
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The alloy wheels are painted in gold, it has stylish black stickers on the rim to make it look sporty while riding, the front wheel has a double brake disc mounted on sports bikes, the black tire cover also looks stylish, and the fuel tank is very good. muscle with body drawing, number plate mounted on the side, engine side protection, tail tail attached to the frame with a flat LED brake lamp made to look modern, the exhaust pipe is compact, but sporty and the black and gold theme distinguishes the sport.
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The engine is unmodified and has a mono-shock absorber at the rear, the suspension system is slightly distorted and there is no big difference in terms of performance. Modifications at the Royal Enfield Cafe Racer, presented by the original Bajaj Pulsar, are purely aesthetic.