We are all aware how popular Royal Enfield as a brand is among motorcyclists. It has a cult following for its Bullet and Classic series motorcycles in India and across the world. Back in 2018 Royal Enfield launched their flagship motorcycles Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. These 650 twins are to the date, most affordable twin cylinder motorcycle sold in India. Just like any other Royal Enfield model, buyers went crazy about the bikes and even started modifying. We have seen several examples of the same in the past and we featured some of them on our website too. Here we have one such beautifully modified Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 that is available for sale at a very tempting price.
The pictures of the modified bike has been shared by its owner in a Facebook page. The bike looks beautifully modified and well maintained. According to the advertisement, the bike was bought in February 2019 and was used till September. After that the bike has been not been used as the owner had moved outside India. The bike is heavily accessorised or modified and has modifications worth Rs 2 lakh (as per the ad). The main reason behind this sale is that the owner is upgrading to Triumph Thruxton 1200R which is also a Cafe racer. The asking price for this beautifully modified Continental GT 650 is Rs 3 lakh, which is a great price considering the fact that the bike gets so many modification and is not that old.
Starting with the exterior, the bike gets an Autologue design Kit Reck 2 installed on the bike. It gets a white and black treatment with multi colour strips running across the fuel tank and towards the rear of the bike. Other modifications made on the motorcycle include a MW airfilter, NGK spark plugs with racing cable and LED headlamps and fog lamps . The bike will come with track, touring and stock exhausts. A touring double seat is also available.
The rims are given a black treatment and the front gets Pirelli whereas the rear gets Dunlop. The front and rear sprockets on the bike has also been modified. It gets Zana sliders and sump kit, EBC brake pads and powertronic ECU with switchable maps for better performance. The bike is also equipped with a ProSpec performance easy clutch, bar end mirrors. According to the advertisement, after all these modifications, the bike now generates around 57-60 Bhp and the torque figures have also gone up. Even after all this performance upgrade, he claims that the bike has been tested and returns around 27-28 kmpl. It is in fact one of the coolest looking modified Continental GT 650 that we have seen so far.