Here are five more tastefully modified Royal Enfield Continental GTs
KR Customs – Loopy
The Loopy is one beautiful looking custom Continental GT based made in India. To start with, the length of the swingarm has been increased. There is a 3-point pivot system that allows the user to adjust the height of the motorcycle. The subframe of the motorcycle was shortened, and the rear gets custom LED backlights, which look elegant and neat. The seat is hand made and leather-wrapped to give the high feeling.
The tank also gets custom built and shorter than the stock one. There space inside the tank to accommodate the EFI pump. The front fork comes from KTM 200 Duke that goes into custom made bracket. The handlebar has been replaced with Tarozzi clip-on bars with Mx2 styled controls. The 12-inch exhaust is handmade too.
Analog Custom Continental
This is a right Scrambler design based on the Continental GT mixed with mountain off-road tyres. The front of the motorcycle is lifted by 2-inch while the rear is lifted by 1.5-inch. The rear gets customised G3-S shock absorbers, which makes it one of the best handling Royal Enfields in the world.
There are no passenger footpegs on the motorcycle, and it gets a custom solo seat. The rear gets a custom fender in a modified subframe. The fuel injection system has been replaced with a carburettor. The lights are 4.5 inches after market ones whole the tail lamp is a popular model from Analog themselves, known as Revolver. The exhaust has been hand made and is the most eye-catching highlight on the motorcycle.
Turbo Continental GT
This is the world’s first turbocharged Continental GT done by a custom house based in Perth, Austrailia. This is the most powerful Royal Enfield in the world. With the added a turbo, the GT now gets 50 BHP of power at the crank. The turbo charger comes from a Suzuki Jimny, and the intake has been redesigned to accommodate the new equipment. The boost has been limited to 7 psi only. The fuel supply is now controlled by a new Power Commander, which is a plug and play device. The motorcycle also gets a new exhaust system.
This modification job is done by Royal Enfield factory. The Cafe Racer turned into Scrambler looks unique and ready for off-road. To start with, the motorcycle gets knobbly tyres, a flat handlebar and a new single seat. There is also a luggage carrier. The exhaust has also been changed into scrambler styled customised set-up. To fit it all, Royal Enfield has also added a snorkel to the motorcycle, so that it can cross deep streams of water with ease.
The Hyderabad-based, Buraq customs has made a beautiful looking futuristic custom model. The motorcycle gets projector headlamps sitting in the Z-shaped metal frame. A shorter seat frame, a megaphone exhaust, custom dual tone paint job that is very well done and can’t be seen until one comes close to the machine. The front of the motorcycle gets forks from the KTM Duke, and the Buraq emblem makes the whole bike very royal.