It is quite difficult to find a Royal Enfield in stock. Most people change something or the other on their brand new Royal Enfield motorcycles. Well, many more are going for full customization options on their bikes. There are many Royal Enfield specific customization garages around the world and many of them are located in India. Here is work done by Bulleter Customs based in Bengaluru, Karnataka. The base bike here is Royal Enfield Thunderbird which has been modified to look like a Harley Davidson CVO.
Most of the updates to the bike are visual to make it look like the Harley Davidson CVO. Starting with the massive front of the bike, Bulleteer customs turned the Thunderbird into a CVO lookalike. The front has a massive, long and wide fairing. This is one of the strengths that makes the Royal Enfield Thunderbird look like a CVO. We don’t know if the customization garage has worked on its aerodynamic profile as well, but the windshield should offer some protection to the rider when cruising the highways.
The central part of the bike remains more or less the same. The rear of the bike receives rigid saddlebags on both sides. There is also a hard top box. These accessories also make the Thunderbird look like Harley Davidson’s CVO.
The seat has also been redesigned. It is a custom seat to provide a much more comfortable ride. The bike now also receives alloy rims and additional aftermarket components. There are LED headlights, all LED turn signals, mirrors, exhausts and tires.
Royal Enfield Odyssey
Bulleteer Customs gave it the name Odyssey. This is why you can see the Odyssey badges on the front fairing and even on the bike saddlebags. The nameplate is secured with the famous Royal Enfield stripe, also known as the Madras stripe.
However, the bike is not yet ready. According to Bulleteer Customs, there are a few other things that will be brought to this Royal Enfield Odyssey in the near future. However, they haven’t revealed the exact type of updates or customizations that will be coming to this bike. They revealed that it would receive some upgrades, including a cooling compartment for long trips. The compartment will be useful for storing drinks.
In addition, it is possible to add a music system, just like the Harley Davidson CVO. Such modifications are not legal but most of the time the cops don’t care much if the exhaust noise is under control. However, structural changes are not allowed in any of the vehicles in India.