Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 Modified with a Full Fairing Makes Us Want it More Than Ever

The 2024 Savile Row Concours in London unveiled what might just be one of the most visually stunning custom versions of the Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 yet.

By Divyam Dubey | on May 27, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

The 2024 Savile Row Concours in London has showcased a stunning custom iteration of the Royal Enfield Continental GT 650, which is one of the most spectacular designs ever created. Produced by Top Gear, this remarkable motorcycle also features significant contributions from Royal Enfield and several expert craftsmen from the United Kingdom. Royal Enfield's Harris Performance added billet aluminium triple clamps, adjustable clip-ons, rear set footpegs, and a streamlined fairing, inspired by the Magnum racer. It also features a spherical LED headlamp and a transparent screen within the fairing. The transformation from the stock machine to its current form is truly astonishing, resulting in a cafe racer-style bike, which is both visually striking and highly functional.

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Royal Enfield Interceptor 650: Design

The bike has a gorgeous appearance. It takes design cues from Royal Enfield's legendary Magnum Racer and sports a unique look with its encased LED headlamp in the fairings, which is reminiscent of the past.  

Modified Royal Enfield Continental GT 650

The eye-catching livery, designed by the in-house graphics experts of Royal Enfield, takes design cues from the BMW 3.0 CSL Le Mans Car by Alexander Calder and features a mesmerising combination of red, yellow, blue, and white colours. Urban Rider has supplied the finishing touches, including custom grips, mirrors, wiring, and indicators.

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Royal Enfield Interceptor 650: Mechanical Details

Hel Performance reinforced the bike's hydraulic lines with braided stainless steel replacements. Fastec Racing and Malle London provided bespoke CNC luggage holders and bags for the finishing touches. Nitron's complete cartridge front forks and NTR R3 fully adjustable springs at the rear add to the bike's handling.

Furthermore, Baak exhaust pipes and mufflers reduce the bike's weight by 12.8kgs compared to the standard version. Traction is provided by Bridgestone Battlax BT46 tyres, which are fitted on 36-spoke wheels crafted by Central Wheel Components of Birmingham.

While this unique Continental GT 650 build may not make it to production or hit the market, we hope the Indian manufacturer offers it as an optional kit.

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