Royal Enfield 350 Scrambler custom has a mini Jack Daniels bottle on fuel tank
The motorcycle features extensively modified chassis and new suspension system.
Maratha Motorcycles, a custom motorcycle house known for transforming Royal Enfields, had an interesting exhibit at the IBW 2017 in the form of Leo Scrambler. Based on the Bullet 350, the heavily modded scrambler is designed for a sailor who travels the world.
Except for the engine, there is hardly any element that reveals the true identity of the motorcycles. The custom fuel tank with air brushed naval map with complementing side panels is sure to appeal to a mariner.
The noteworthy items include new handlebar with steering raisers, eccentrically placed twin headlamps, custom exhaust system which culminates just underneath the brown leather saddle, body colored spoke wheels and, wait for it, a miniature Jack Daniels bottle (no clue about its purpose but the bottle was empty).
The Leo Scrambler also features an extensively modified chassis which ditched the outdated stock suspension system in favor of inverted telescopic front fork and a rear monoshock. The wheels come shod with knobbies to complement the motorcycle’s go-anywhere character.
Braking system consists of a disc at either end. While no details about the engine’s performance figures are revealed, the custom Royal Enfield 350 Scrambler is claimed be capable of reaching a top speed of 170 kmph.