Royal Enfield ‘Diablo’: Beautifully Custom Built Meteor 350 as Bobber

Royal Enfield has maintained a very classic appeal for a design philosophy that exudes simplicity. And that simplicity appealed to custom bike builders who found Enfield motorcycles to be quite the canvas for their imaginations to paint. The one we are featuring here today is based on the relatively new Royal Enfield Meteor 350.
The custom work from Thailand-based customization shop K-Speed ​​is their take on the Meteor as a Bobber and, to say the least, it’s pretty great customization.
Out of the box, the Meteor 350 has more of a cruiser appeal, but the K-Speed-built bike called “Diablo” has a more woke personality, while being a great mix of stock and custom. It was not built from the ground up and instead displays a series of good choices that include bespoke modifications.
The Diablo gets a new LED headlight with a slimmer housing and it has new fork boots for a more rugged appeal. The handlebars now look cleaner since the instrument console has been moved to the right side of the bike.
The bike received a custom exhaust system which we believe gives the bike a louder exhaust note. It has a custom side box cover. the tail has been cropped and of course it has a unique saddle typical of what you see on Bobber bikes. Chery on top, the seat is wrapped in hand-stitched leather.
The stock Meteor has twin shocks that have been replaced with aftermarket shocks for the Diablo and the taillights have been integrated into the shock towers which give the rear a clean look. A highlight of the good choices is the color scheme with a chrome tank that reads “Diablo” and black underlays.

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