If you are a Royal Enfield owner and a Scrambler is something that is always on your mind then you should stop dreaming get this one for yourself right away.
We sometimes miss the availability of the Honda CB and Yamaha SR variants in India. But we also love getting our hands dirty with the Enfields whenever we can. So we stumbled upon this beautifully built Enfield Scrambler 350 on BikeExif and immediately fell in love it with.
Royal Enfield Indonesia commissioned the build & the men behind the magic were – Thrive Motorcycles. They had only two months to turn it around. The main goal was to turn the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 into a scrambler-style tactical vehicle—one that is sleek and functional, and can be ridden on all surfaces. And it looks they’ve just got it right. Very right.
A quick look at the images and you cannot stop looking at the details. Although the tank looks stock, it looks like some work has been done on it. The main and sub frame are also stock and that’s where the ingenuity lies. The most beautiful aesthetic lies in the stainless steel straight up exhaust and the way it goes right through the air filter cover.
The skid plate and high front fender are both one-off pieces. The Enfield now sports a new pair of YSS shocks, and a 19F/18R wheel combo with Shinko off-road tires. The front headlamps got smaller and cuter. The front fender changed its stance. A custom handle bar and LED indicators and taillamp, this is one was ready to go scrambling.
We look forward to many more amazing builds around the Enfield from Thrive and wish them the very best for all their endeavours. Keep it up guys.
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