Bulleteer Customs Rudra Price, Specs and Feature

Bulleteer Customs are evolving the old school Royal Enfields into these niche segment bikes through their hard work and precision. This time, they have worked on a 2003 Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 and made it into ‘Rudra’, the second of its kind Brat Style motorcycle that they have made till date. Rudra is closely related to cafe racers and bobbers but leaves some of its own essence in the motorcycle design.
Bulleteer Customs Rudra
Rudra carries a straight seat, ribbed and long enough to handle a pillion with utmost ease. The front section gets cluster projector headlight and thick 110 section tyre while the rear uses LED headlights and even thicker 140 mm rubber. The handle bars are racing style but not those regular clip-ons from a sports bike. The rims are spoked and painted Black for more lowered down appeal. They have even used a power tuned AVL 360 cc engine on the motorcycle.
Bulleteer Customs Rudra

Brat Style bikes are built with a purpose of keeping minimal body panels and they are not given any chrome treatment like cafe racers. The fuel tank is a typical peanut shaped unit that makes the bike look familiar with the Harley Davidson motorcycle series. The engine here is even matted while the custom exhaust provides enhanced performance to the motorcycle. Performance values are unknown for the motorcycle.

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