METEOR 350 BOBBER from ROYAL ENFIELD SHOOTING STAR When Indian designers escalate to this stylish looking motorcycle.

METEOR 350 BOBBER from ROYAL ENFIELD SHOOTING STAR When Indian designers escalate to this stylish looking motorcycle. 



The Royal Enfield designer Akhilesh Manchandi designed an elaborate chassis for a bobber based on the 350 meter.

Just play the lottery and win. The chances of hitting the jackpot are greater than the chance of ever seeing this bobber concept by Akhilesh Manchandi as a production model on the road. This chance is there despite the quota, because the designer works full-time in the concept department of Royal Enfield. He drew this study based on the Meteor 350 and named it Shooting Star.

Chassis from BMW and Bimota

Front swing arm, rear swing arm. To put it bluntly, it has worked at BMW for centuriesKawasaki tried it, Bimota tried it again and again with the wheel hub steering. With a mixture of Telelever, wheel hub steering and pulled long swing arm for the front suspension, Akhilesh designed a unique style for the little Meteor. It duplicates the design for the rear and combines the swing arm with a wide, docked rear. Full-disc wheels with perimeter brakes à la Buell would turn in the new wheel suspension.


Yes that is great. No, that doesn't make any sense. Designing the small 350 single with 20 hp in this way works extremely well as a wallpaper. However, the concept will never stand on the road and certainly not roll. That would cost way too much. Fortunately, looking at the pictures is free. Thanks for that, Akhilesh Manchandi.


METEOR 350 BOBBER from ROYAL ENFIELD SHOOTING STAR When Indian designers escalate to this stylish looking motorcycle. 

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