Crazy Garage – GT 650RS
Bandit 9 – Jaeger Kit (for 650 GT)
Smoked Garage – Off Grid Kits (For Interceptor & Himalayan)
Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 by Mark ‘FKN’ Hawwa
Royal Enfield Gemini T14 by Den Dimas

Crazy Garage: Royal Enfield joins hands with Crazy Garage for a Rapid Continental GT 650 Racer

The custom motorcycle is uniquely differentiated in its style, keeping the original DNA of the Continental GT, and ready to take to the track! It includes high compression pistons, a hot cam, and a heavy-duty clutch. Fueling is controlled by a Dynojet Power Commander with autotune, which also compensates for the airbox removal and the custom free-flowing exhaust system. There’s a Dynojet quickshifter too, to keep the power hitting the back wheel as much as possible. It’s combined with a quick-action throttle, and a handlebar switch that allows the rider to change the ignition map quickly and easily.

BANDIT 9: Testing the limits: A high-end kit for the Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 by Bandit9

The Jaeger kit includes a surgical grade steel tank and front and rear cowl. Dual LED headlights, custom speedometer, handlebars, front and rear turn signals. Custom front fender, handlebars and gas cap. Custom twin exhaust and muffler system. Custom steel mono-block mirrors and swing-arm extender. Custom foot pegs and controls and a weatherproof suede seat. And most impressively it all bolts on directly to the stock frame – no cuts needed.

Smoked Garage: Off Grid Kits (For Interceptor INT 650 & Himalayan)

The Off / Grid edition has been built on Royal Enfield’s Himalayan and Interceptor INT 650 models, designed to combine a pure riding experience with Smoked Garage’s creative vision. The inspiration was to create motorcycles that encourage riders to get out and get away from a year of lockdowns & computer screens. They offer the perfect tool to navigate the urban jungle and the wild landscapes that you have longed to see. Get out and go OFF/GRID!

Gemini T14: Royal Enfield Gemini T14 by Den Dimas.

The Gemini T14 is the very first build under the Bolt On Build (BOB) Project from Indonesia built by Den Dimas. Den Dimas is one of the most influential Youtube Content Creators on teenage automotive enthusiasts in Indonesia. Den Dimas reached out to custom builder Thrive and commissioned a bolt-on kit that Thrive can now sell to anyone. The Bolt on parts forgo any chopping, cutting or welding that gives a new look to the base motorcycle.

Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 by Mark ‘FKN’ Hawwa.

Royal Enfield partnered with Mark Hawwa – the founder of Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride for a bolt-on custom build. The Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 was treated with some of the best modifiers in Australia to produce a stunning cafe racer that’s equally at home tearing up the track. The custom build has been developed with no cutting or welding. It has been modified with an all-new stainless steel system, enhanced engine power with improved handling and suspension. The seat unit with integrated tail light has been designed for the Royal Enfield and comes with various choices of upholstery colour and stitching. Autologue Design also sent over a set of their side covers and that unmistakable front fairing, a Reck 2.0, that helps to give the bike its unique appearance.

Speaking on introducing these custom builds, Mr. Vimal Sumbly, Head of Business, Asia Pacific at Royal Enfield, said, “The custom builds presented in the Asia Pacific markets reinstates that Royal Enfield motorcycles are the perfect canvas for customisation. With pure and simple construction making them ideally suited for expressing creativity through unique expression of the best custom builders across the globe. Apart from uniquely interpreting the design language to make beautiful builds, Royal Enfield has been pushing the envelope with its custom builds in terms of capabilities as well. We truly believe that our custom motorcycle program gives builders the opportunity to explore their creativity, as well as inspire other local builders and two-wheeled enthusiasts.”

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