Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Chopper from Wheel Vedas Custom
The transmission case features interesting sketches.
This Royal Enfield Bullet 350 chopper created by Wheel Vedas is as eccentric as custom motorcycles get. One look is enough to know that neither the aesthetics nor the mechanical elements are conventional.
Let’s start with the peculiar suspension system. The front is supported by a set of three shock absorbers (the coil spring type units we normally see at the rear of a commuter) that are mounted where the headlamp usually sits. The rear suspension system, comprising of four springs, are mounted horizontally underneath the saddle. We would love to check if this peculiar configuration actually works.
The chassis is made of tubular elements and the rigid front fork does nothing more than holding the wheel in place. Despite being so unconventional, the motorcycle settles for simple drum brakes at either end with visible mechanical linkages. The spoke wheels are wrapped around in tyres that can do a bit of off-roading.
The handlebar is flat and features old-school levers that are mounted on the edges of the bar. The rear view mirror is mounted on a separate bar just ahead of the handlebar. The slender fuel tank is covered in fabric and has two lids. The motorcycle is equipped with a compact saddle and completely eschews rear bodywork.
The custom exhaust and engine art round off what is certainly one of the most intriguing custom Royal Enfield Bullet 350 choppers.