Royal Enfield Classic 500 Green Fly Custom Bike
Sits on the frame of RE Continental GT; not road legal as of now.
When it comes to customization of legendary Royal Enfield Classic, new ideas and design cues keep on expanding the horizons for decades. The latest one is the “Green Fly” custom bike designed by Jesus de Juan, in association with Royal Enfield Spain. The ‘hip-hop’ age modded bike is inspired from the RE Classic Mo’ Powa’ and Dirty Duck concepts revealed last year, and will be displayed in Madrid next month.
This exclusive masterpiece uses the RE Classic 500’s engine and mechanicals, but inside the modified frame of the RE Continental GT, to suite the off-road aspirations and cafe-racer dynamism envisaged by this mod. A robust and confident mono shock absorber dominates the rear section of the bike, while the front suspension boasts inverted forks. The rear brake disc is same as that of Continental GT, but the front wheel gets a petal disc.
The all-terrain tyres render a whole-new image for this modded bike, while the trimmed single-saddle with Classic’s fuel tank sharpens the retro-styling as well. The Classic’s engine seems untouched, with the 499cc single-cylinder, twin-spark unit putting out 27 bhp of max power and 41 Nm of peak torque. Owing to its intense customisation, this bike is not street-legal yet in Spain.
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