With production beginning all the way back in 1931, the Bullet is known as one of the longest running production motorcycles in the world, which is saying a lot for builder Royal Enfield. After undergoing a slight redesign in 1948, the Bullet has remained unchanged for fans of the style, though every now and then a bespoke modification surfaces. Case in point, this EFI 500 Beach Tracker.
Royal Enfield was originally a British builder but now is based out of India. What you see here is the work of Aseem Singh Pawar from New Delhi. He built the bike in just 45 days for what is known as Ridermania, Royal Enfield’s annual bike show. He decided to keep the basic structure of the bike (i.e. the frame and the fuel tank) and instead stuck to adjusting some of the bike’s cosmetics. For example, a new headlight bowl was outfitted from wood, copper heat shields, and a new seat pan were some of the initial adjustments made. He also installed a new set of tracker handlebars and it now rides atop a pair of Coker Beck whitewall tires. And the best news of all? It was finished just in time for the main event. [H/T: Silodrome ]