Rebellious Garage transforms a Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 into a scrambler [Video]

Royal Enfield motorcycles are often opted for modification projects and we have seen many of these modified examples in the past. Royal Enfield is one of the oldest two-wheeler manufacturer in the world and they currently are working on several new products for Indian and international markets. Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 are currently the flagship models and there are several modified examples of these two motorcycles available online. Here we have a modified Interceptor 650 by Rebellious Garage which is being called Riot and is a scrambler styled motorcycle.

The video has been uploaded by Rebellious Garage on their YouTube channel. The modification work on this Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 has been done by a Mexico-based motorcycle garage. Rebellious Garage has managed to give the Interceptor 650 a scrambler like look without losing its original retro character. Starting with the front, the motorcycle gets steel rims with spoke but, they have been completely blacked out.

Most of the chrome and silver elements on the motorcycle have been blacked out. The stock tyres on this motorcycle have also been replaced with knobby dual-purpose tyres. The stock fender has been replaced with a custom made metal unit at the front. The front forks have also been blacked out and the original headlamps have been replaced with an aftermarket LED units.

Rebellious Garage transforms a Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 into a scrambler [Video]

In order to give the bike a clean look at the front, the twin pod instrument cluster has been relocated to the left hand side of the fuel tank. The handle bar is the original unit but, it now sits on the custom made mounts which makes it taller. The fuel tank and other parts on the motorcycle are all finished in matte black which looks great on the motorcycle. It looks like some changes have been made to the rear sub-frame of the motorcycle. The seat looks shorter and the flat seat with leather upholstery on it looks extremely good and goes with the overall look of the motorcycle.

The foot pegs are not repositioned and the engine are of the motorcycle has been blacked out as well. The fuel tank only has Royal Enfield badging and there is no Interceptor 650 badging anywhere on the motorcycle. The side panels on the motorcycle are custom made units and come with faux vents with metal mesh inside. The other customisation that one would easily note on this motorcycle is the rear fender. It is a custom made unit and the tail lamp in mounted on the fender.

Rebellious Garage transforms a Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 into a scrambler [Video]

The images and the video do not show any turn indicators at the front or at the rear. A black cover over the chain is also visible in the pictures. The stock exhaust on this motorcycle has been replaced with an aftermarket unit. Even that is an all black unit. Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is one of the most affordable twin cylinder motorcycles in India. It is powered by a 648-cc, parallel-twin engine generating 47 Bhp and 52 Nm of peak torque. The price for Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 now starts at Rs 2.85 lakh, ex-showroom and goes up to Rs 3.09 lakh, ex-showroom.