Falcons are birds of prey known for their speed and ferocity among other things. The Peregrine Falcon is the fastest in the animal kingdom and the term Hayabusa means the same in Japanese. In fact, Suzuki chooses this name for the same reason as to signify speed. While Falcons are not very common in India, Eimor Customs took it upon themselves to create an Indian falcon in the form of a bike. The Hyderabad based mod house has created yet another stunning looking bobber which is called the Falcon. Take a good look at the bike before we delve into the details of its making.
It is based on a Royal Enfield Classic 500, which came to them in the Desert Storm form. What now stands here is a different motorcycle altogether in terms of aesthetic and we love it. The Falcon has been build on the bobber body language and the guys at Eimor have executed the job precisely as was required. The engine and other mechanicals have been left untouched apart from a few minor adjustments. It gets a custom crystal effect paint job that literally pops out. The tank and fenders have been covered with this red crystal effect paint job. The red paint job lends a unique personality to this bike which makes it stand out in the crowd.
Coming to other changes made on the bike, it now runs on broader wheels to suit the bobber nature while the spoked rims are custom units. The rims have been blacked out along with the engine and other lower body parts like toolbox and bike stands. This adds a bit of visual drama to the bike giving it a bit of stealth bobber look. The gearbox, however, is all shined up and is matched by those shiny crash guards on the sides. The handlebars are also an aftermarket unit with red coloured red grips matching the bike’s paint job. The headlight is a typical circular unit which fits the bobber theme well.
The front and rear fender on the bike is custom made for the Falcon while the instrument cluster is a redesigned unit. The Tank gets a beautiful Falcon logo along with ‘FALCON’ lettering in gold. The tank is also a custom made unit with a rib running through the centre of it. The single piece saddle is an old school stitched leather unit with springs underneath. A custom aftermarket exhaust is all this bike needed and it has been fitted with one too. The shiny metal pipe has been wrapped on the top and we are sure that it lends out some nice notes. Another day, another great Royal Enfield mod and the day seems to be all set. Agree? Let us know in the comments section.
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