This customized Royal Enfield Electra looks out of the world & it wouldn't rust

TNT Motorcycles made a custom chassis and body parts for the build. It is based on a Royal Enfield Electra 350 CI. All the panels and body parts are m
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The custom build was done by TNT Motorcycles. What is special about it is that the shop says that the motorcycle will not rust. 
TNT Motorcycles used stainless steel and aluminium to build each and every part of the motorcycle. 
The design is a combination of Old School Café and Board Tracker.
All the upholstery on the motorcycle is finished in tobacco nappa leather by Trip Machine.
The custom build is named “Goonj” after owner's spouse's name
The engine is from the cast iron Electra 350. The shop has not made any changes to it.
The owner wanted to convert the Electra into memorabilia as he wanted to keep the motorcycle with him in the family forever.
Body parts like Fuel Tank hangers, hubs, disc plate covers, sprocket cover, engine point cover and rear axle covers are made up of aluminium.
The headlamp has been removed and it is replaced with a cafe racer fairing.
Stainless steel is used for parts like grips with internal throttle mechanism, handle bar, foot pegs, brake lever, gear lever, kick , side stand, disc plates, sprocket, and exhaust pipe.
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TNT Motorcycles made custom parts for the build. It is based on the Royal Enfield Electra 350 CI.
The custom build was done by TNT Motorcycles. What is special about it is that the shop says that the motorcycle will not rust. 
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The custom build was done by TNT Motorcycles. What is special about it is that the shop says that the motorcycle will not rust. 
TNT Motorcycles used stainless steel and aluminium to build each and every part of the motorcycle. 
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TNT Motorcycles used stainless steel and aluminium to build each and every part of the motorcycle. 
The design is a combination of Old School Café and Board Tracker.
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The design is a combination of Old School Café and Board Tracker.
All the upholstery on the motorcycle is finished in tobacco nappa leather by Trip Machine.
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All the upholstery on the motorcycle is finished in tobacco nappa leather by Trip Machine.
The custom build is named “Goonj” after owner's spouse's name
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The custom build is named “Goonj” after owner's spouse's name
The engine is from the cast iron Electra 350. The shop has not made any changes to it.
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The engine is from the cast iron Electra 350. The shop has not made any changes to it.
The owner wanted to convert the Electra into memorabilia as he wanted to keep the motorcycle with him in the family forever.
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The owner wanted to convert the Electra into memorabilia as he wanted to keep the motorcycle with him in the family forever.
Body parts like Fuel Tank hangers, hubs, disc plate covers, sprocket cover, engine point cover and rear axle covers are made up of aluminium.
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Body parts like Fuel Tank hangers, hubs, disc plate covers, sprocket cover, engine point cover and rear axle covers are made up of aluminium.
The headlamp has been removed and it is replaced with a cafe racer fairing.
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The headlamp has been removed and it is replaced with a cafe racer fairing.
Stainless steel is used for parts like grips with internal throttle mechanism, handle bar, foot pegs, brake lever, gear lever, kick , side stand, disc plates, sprocket, and exhaust pipe.
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Stainless steel is used for parts like grips with internal throttle mechanism, handle bar, foot pegs, brake lever, gear lever, kick , side stand, disc plates, sprocket, and exhaust pipe.

Royal Enfield motorcycles have served as a base for a lot of customized motorcycles. Here, we have a Royal Enfield Electra 350 CI that has been customized extensively. The build has been done by TNT Motorcycles, the customer wanted to convert his Electra into memorabilia and he requested that he wanted to keep the motorcycle in his family forever. His brief was "Build me an art piece that you would build for yourself".

However, motorcycles are known to rust eventually so TNT had a lot of work to do. So, the motorcycle is made up of Stainless Steel (SS 304) and Aluminium. So, if maintained properly, the motorcycle would last a long time. In terms of design, the Electra was modified as a combination of Old School Café and Board Tracker.

According to TNT Motorcycles, this build would not rust because it is made up of stainless steel and aluminium.
According to TNT Motorcycles, this build would not rust because it is made up of stainless steel and aluminium.

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The body panels are made up of aluminium and then it was polished and clear-coated. The chassis is all-new and is custom made that is also fabricated in SS 304. The front girder is also completely new and is made up of SS 304.

Also Read : In pics: Meet “Goonj", a customized Royal Enfield Electra that wouldn't rust

Body parts like Fuel Tank hangers, hubs, disc plate covers, sprocket cover, engine point cover and rear axle covers are made up of aluminium. TNT Motorcycles also made some custom parts in stainless steel such as grips with internal throttle mechanism, handle bar, foot pegs, brake lever, gear lever, kick , side stand, disc plates, sprocket, and exhaust pipe. The shop has given subtle brass decorations on the engine, logos and exhaust tip. The saddle, wiring covers and cable covers are finished in tobacco nappa leather which was custom made by Trip Machine.

There are no changes made to the engine of the Electra. It is still a 350 cc unit made up of cast iron. The build has been named "Goonj" after the owner's spouse's name. The motorcycle was also showcased at India Bike Week 2022 where it gathered a lot of attention.

First Published Date: 05 Dec 2022, 11:13 AM IST
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