Royal Enfield Ranisa 500 Rajputana Custom Motorcycles is the one that never ceases to amaze the audience with their superiority. Their recent modification based on the Royal Enfield Classic 500 has been christened as ‘Ranisa’, paying tribute to the rich cultural history of Rajasthan.
Coming to the splendid design, the modifiers have equipped the motorcycle with a unique fuel tank design which now features special custom-made emblems of the King (Raja) and Queen (Rani) on either side. Apart from this, the custom fuel tank also features the official Rajputana Custom Motorcycles emblem in the golden shade with excellent detailing.
The custom-made 500cc Royal Enfield motorcycle has been equipped with a retro-inspired headlamp unit while the modifiers have replaced the telescopic forks at the front with a unique USD suspension setup, which is responsible for handling the beefier tyre well on the roads. The Bobber-style language of the motorcycle is further enhanced by a custom single-seat saddle adorned in royal burgundy shade leather. The rear tyre of the motorcycle has also been replaced by a chunker unit.
The 500cc Royal Enfield ‘Ranisa’ has been further equipped with a unique retro-inspired custom air filter at the side. Apart from this, Rajputana Customs has also changed the stock rear suspension of the motorcycle with a custom unit. The combination of matte grey and blackened-out body panels further offer the modified motorcycle an attention-worthy stance. The other mechanical updates made to the motorcycle include a custom exhaust unit that further offers ‘Ranisa’ a low-frequency exhaust sound.
As of now, it is not confirmed whether the modifiers have tweaked the power and torque figures of the custom-made motorcycle. To jog your memory, the stock model of the Royal Enfield Classic 500 is powered by a 499cc single-cylinder air-cooled fuel-injected engine that is good for producing 27.2 BHP of maximum power and 41.3 Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.