Shortly after the world premiere of the official Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 in November last year, Mumbai-based design studio MeanGreen Customs came up with a 350 cc version based on the Bullet 350. The modified motorcycle was showcased at the IBW 2017.
The modjob stays true to the spirit of the original interceptor and features a bulbous fuel tank with eccentric filler cap, a handmade quilted brown leather saddle with matching side bags, spoke wheels, meaty tyres, and a comfortable upright riding stance.
The dual-tone silver-black paint job with matte finish, chrome foot pegs, bespoke handlebar grips, custom exhaust downtube with traditional looking chrome canister, and circular headlamp and tail lamp add to the classy appearance of the Interceptor 350.
Noticeable mechanical changes include a new rear sub-frame and performance air-filter. The current stock version of the Bullet 350 is powered by a 346 cc single-cylinder air-cooled twinspark engine which is tuned to produce 19.8 bhp and 28 Nm of torque. The gearbox is a 5-speed unit.
The MeanGreen Royal Enfield Interceptor 350 custom motorcycle sports a traditional front telescopic fork and dual gas-charged rear shock absorbers which seem to have come from Continental GT.
Royal Enfield hasn’t announced any plans to come with an Interceptor 350 as of now. Since the current focus in on getting the 650 cc version up and running, we are not expecting the retro classic bike maker to be thinking about a smaller engined version in the near future.