Today we are featuring work by a young talented customizer who feels that he always had an eye for design and custom work. Right from his early days, he was interested in design and design philosophies.
For his design portfolio, he was selected in SPD, Italy, an international product design school and DYPDC, one of the most reputed organization in India offering undergraduate and postgraduate programs in the areas of Automobile Design and Innovation but due to some unavoidable constraints, he missed the opportunities.
But he never lost hope and he now runs Bespoke Design Studio. The work today we are covering is a custom Royal Enfield based bobber he named as Nawaab because of its Nawabi (royal) instance yet practical to use.
While he was contemplating idea for this bike he wanted to make something which is desired by most of the Indian in their bike ie. tempting to eyes as well practical to use. So he came up with this Bobber, right from the beginning it was clear in his mind that he won’t go overboard with designing, will keep it practical and captivating.
He started with army auctioned Royal Enfield 350 standard to keep cost down. The donor bike had its engine re-done. Another reason was that CI engine is still preferred by Royal Enfield veterans, so this used Army auctioned bike was obvious choice.
The bike comes with standard wheelbase but with its small high instance take which is commonly known as peanut tank give is it a ground grappling visuals. Since the tank is smaller and exposes frame, it gives it bobber looks.
There is major rework on front geometry in order to accommodate 130/90/15 fate wheels with any fender as its a bobber.
The side covers are replaced by utility tool box which has an inner compartment for battery. The seat is a custom made with a base of 3 mm steel and a bend to support the torso. The seat cover is leatherite based diamond stitched pattern seat. The fenders are half sized and the purely aesthetic with design.
We have custom 15inch rear wheel rim sourced from market and the front rim is custom built. The original front hub was re drilled to 36 HOLES as per the need of design.
He says that the bike building process as far as the custom scene is concerned in India is still very tough though its changing and we are seeing more innovation and acceptance. Most of the parts need to be designed and the get bespoked and biggest challenge is to have them reliable and sturdy. He hopes to see better future of custom bikes in India.
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