Royal Enfield commissioned Bulleteer Customs to build a unique version of the Royal Enfield Himalayan, called D-71 Fiddler.
Royal Enfield designed the custom motorcycle and Bulleteer Customs made the project. The design is inspired by a crab species known as the Fiddler crab, known for its asymmetric pincers. The motorcycle is equipped with bespoke paint finishes that adorn the custom body panels and tank. The front end gets an off-road beak and they have removed the rear subframe for a more compact look. The motorcycle is a single-seater, and the white and yellow spoked wheels studded with fleshier rubber. The stiffened handlebar is provided on one side with a hand guard, which is asymmetrical just like the claws of the crab. There is also a bash plate under the engine.
Speaking of the engine: the 411cc SOHC Mill with air and oil cooling comes with Leo Vince raised exhaust with heat cladding. In the side wall is the conical air filter, which protrudes from the housing and thus ensures a sporty appearance. In its bearing form, the engine pushes 24.5 hp at 6,500 rpm and 32 Nm of torque at 4,250 rpm. This custom Royal Enfield Himalaya is on display at the Royal Enfield Garage Café in Baga, Goa .
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