Aftermarket bike modification shops are upping their game and developing such bold products that even look better than some premium motorcycles.
This modified Royal Enfield Meteor looks like a Hunter on steroids. We have seen how innovative and professional some of the aftermarket bike modification houses have become. To perform such a comprehensive work on the Meteor to make it look completely different is quite impressive. The RE Hunter is about to make its debut in our markets in a few months. Until then, we could relish this modified Meteor to get an idea of what the Hunter could look like.
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Royal Enfield Meteor Looks Bolder Than Hunter
This version of the RE Meteor has various customizations including custom made engine guard, custom indicators and stands, a changed fuel tank logo, rear tyre hugger with license plate and light installation, classic graphics, attractive leather bags on both sides, a single pice custom seat wit short tail end like the Hunter, functional exhausts on both sides, LED headlights and taillights, retro-theme round side-view mirrors with a 32 mm flat handlebar setup with custom holder, front fork boots, modified front mudguard, a broad 17-inch front tyre for that tourer bike appearance along with beautifully crafted compact side body panel.
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The resemblance with a Cafe Racer or the upcoming Hunter 350 can’t be denied. According to the spy shots floating around on the internet, the upcoming Hunter 350 will be a lighter version of the other 350 bikes offered by RE. It will be focused more on handling and manoeuvrability rather than brute force and heavy looks. Nevertheless, the design will be inspired by the DNA of RE bikes with round headlamps and rear-view mirrors and other bits.
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According to some reports, the launch of the RE Hunter 350 will take place sometime around August this year. Unlike the big 350s in the RE’s fleet, the Hunter would be a lighter bike which is more city-friendly and could be used for everyday use. It would feature as the entry-level product in the RE’s impressive lineup of heavy bikes. It won’t be as rugged as the Himalayan but will strike a perfect balance between the Classic 350 and Himalayan. How did you like this modified Royal Enfield Meteor that looks bolder than the Hunter?