Royal Enfield collaborates with yet another bike builder for the 2017 Wheels & Waves Festival.
At the 2017 Wheels and Waves Festival held in France, Royal Enfield’s collaboration with UK based Sinroja Motorcycles has seen the birth of another wicked looking custom build. The ‘Gentleman Brat’ based on their newest product, the Royal Enfield Himalayan.
The Gentleman Brat gets 16-inch rims with spokes, fatter profile white walled tyres and a grey paint scheme. The suspension system has been beefed up while the petal disc in the front gets a radial mounted caliper. The use of leather and machined aluminium adds to the premium touch. The Himalayan born Gentleman Brat also gets a tail-mounted exhaust canister. The circular headlamp and indicators add a bit of retro charm. The frame has been shortened and given a major makeover. It also gets a custom built seat. The paint colors seem out of the world and have come out really amazing.
We really love it motorcycle brands come forward to collaborate with bike builders to do project together. For Royal Enfield, this is not the first time for a collaboration like this. Remember when Royal Enfield created a buzz at the Wheels and Waves festival in Biarritz, France where it unveiled Mo’ Powa and Dirty Duck custom motorcycles. Wheels and Waves festival is Europe’s landmark surfing and motorcycling event held every year at Biarritz. Maxwell Paternoster, one of the greatest motorcycle-influenced artist brought his art to a Royal Enfield Continental last year.
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