RE Himalayan Gets A Savage Makeover By Bulleteer Customs
The Wilder gets various cosmetic updates and few mechanical changes over the standard Himalayan
- The Wilder is equipped with off-road tyres.
- It gets custom USD forks at the front.
- Bulleteer Customs hasn't revealed the cost of this modification.
Some vehicles are just meant to be modified. Take the old-gen Toyota Supra for example. A car that has been customised by tuners across the globe a million times. Still, each specimen is bonkers in its own way. But when it comes to custom motorcycles, what’s better than a Royal Enfield? Till now, we have seen people coming up with wacky ideas for their Bullets and Classics. Now, it's time for something different. Bulleteer Customs have got their hands on a Royal Enfield Himalayan and they have named it the Wilder. And the way this motorcycle looks, we cannot think of a more appropriate name for this rad-looking motorcycle.
Cosmetic changes include a high-mounted exhaust pipe, a custom LED headlamp and a custom paint job, which makes the Wilder one of the best-modified Himalayans out there. And oh, it also gets a jerry can mount so that the owner will never run out of fuel during off-road shenanigans. The speedometer remains the same as the standard Himalayan. However, the Wilder features motocross-style fenders at the front and at the rear. On the mechanical front, the standard 90mm tyres at the front and 120mm at the rear have been replaced with wider 110mm and 140mm units shod onto custom 18-inch rims. The Wilder also features custom USD forks up front that endow it with a proper scrambler-like stance. But the rear setup is identical to that of the standard model.
Bulleteer Customs claims that they have mildly tweaked the engine too. However, it hasn’t revealed whether the Wilder gets a power bump over the standard Himalayan. So, people of the internet, what do you think of the Wilder?