Army Grey by Lazybone Motorcycles - RE Classic 350 modified

Lazybone Motorcycles are here with a totally unique methodology on a Royal Enfield Classic 350. While others take a stab at filling the heavyweight champion with striking hues, Lazybone utilized Gray keeping in mind the end goal to accomplish a develop purpose of comprehension with their machine.

Adding difference to this shade, Matte Black was utilized on both the bumpers while Gray can be seen only on the fuel tank and air channel box. So as to keep most things far from chrome, they have utilized Matte Black on both the edges. In any case, keeping the spoke edges improve the rough terrain steadiness of a Royal Enfield motorcycle.

The best piece of Lazybone 'Army Grey' is the utilization of a custom transporter after the pillion situate. Aside from utilizing that handy backrest, one can without much of a stretch convey significant baggage on long outings. This even goes about as a security measure for the back lights.

Keeping most things in stock condition, they utilized a Black custom fumes with a specific end goal to accomplish a superior fumes note on the motorcycle. The immense leg watch was wrapped with Black nylon rope while one gets a noteworthy riding stance through the wide custom handlebar. The back suspension holds its chrome character on this run of the mill Classic 350.

Imperial Enfield Classic 350 is fueled by a 346cc, single barrel air cooled motor delivering 20 PS at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm at 4000 rpm. A similar motor is utilized on every one of the 350cc models like Bullet 350 and Thunderbird 350.

The motor comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The stock fuel tank on Classic 350 conveys 13.5 liter fuel tank though the one utilized on Thunderbird arrangement is useful for 20 liters of limit. Assessed go for Classic 350 is 500 kilometers inside each refill while Thunderbird can be required to convey more than 750 kilometers in a similar interim.

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