Restoring a Royal Enfield In Two Minutes Flat
Restoring a motorcycle is a painstaking, difficult process which takes many hours and a ton of labor.
While it’s often a labor of love, it don’t come easy and involves lots of assembly and dis-assembly to get things just right.
That’s why I find this video of some guys working in their rudimentary shop in India so cool. They took on the restoration of a 1978 Royal Enfield Bullet motorcycle – from the bare frame up.
Lucky for us, they filmed the entire process from start to finish in time-lapse. So what do you get for their labors? You get to see a bike being brought back from the Great Beyond in a scant two minutes.
The project took a total of 45 days in real time…
Thanks to Mike Werner of Motorbiker.org for finding this cool time-lapse video.