As you can see in the pic above, The Beast looks nothing like the regular Classic 500. Every bit of this motorcycle looks new, which goes a long way in giving this motorcycle its own distinct identity. The front-end is characterized by a rather wide tyre, which comes draped around a spoke-wheel with a large drum brake. You also get a small round headlamp and a smaller front fender.
Atop the motorcycle, you’ll be quick to notice the flat, wide handlebar, rather chunky rubberized handlebar grips, new design ORVM, retro-style levers and a single-pod instrument console. The fuel filler cap has been offset towards the right-hand side. The side-profile is further characterized by a custom paint-job for the fuel tank, a single-seat setup, an exposed horizontally-mounted monoshock, a shorter exhaust setup, and an exposed rear fender.
The rear has a rather minimalistic design that is characterized by a black-painted rear fender, a wide tyre, a spoke wheel with a drum-brake setup, and a small fender-mounted taillamp. Overall, this modified Royal Enfield Classic 500 Bobber looks the part and impresses with the high visual appeal.
It’s not known if this modified Royal Enfield Classic 500 Bobber motorcycle gets any substantial performance upgrades. While a free-flow conical air filter can be easily spotted in this image, we’re still not sure if this machine possesses any significant performance mods. Powering the stock Royal Enfield Classic 500 is a single-cylinder, 4-Stroke, 499cc engine that outputs a maximum power of 27.57 PS @ 5250 rpm along with a peak torque of 41.3 Nm @ 4000 rpm. It has a bore x stroke of 84 mm x 90 mm and benefits from a fuel injection system.
So, what are your views on The Beast? Do you think this modified Royal Enfield Classic 500 bobber is many times more attractive than a regular model?