Royal Enfield launched country’s most affordable twin cylinder motorcycles, Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 last year. Both the models have become quite popular in the market. Just like any other Royal Enfield motorcycle, people have also started modifying Interceptors and Continental GT 650. Here we have one such Continental GT 650 from Autologue design which is installed with their latest cafe racer kit.
The GT 650 in the video looks quite good. Autologue calls this cafe racer kit ‘Reck 2’. The Kit consists of a boomerang shaped front fairing which houses an all-LED headlamp with turn indicators integrated into it. Other accessory that comes as a part of the kit is the Reck side panels and rear seat cowl. Other changes done as a part of modification include a new paint job, pinstriping on fairing and tank.
There is also a leather wrap on the handle bar. Apart from these additions rest of the bike remains stock and retains the original GT traits. The modification on the GT 650 is a subtle addition to an already good looking motorcycle. The beat part about this cafe racer kit is that Autologue has made this available on their website. If anyone is interested in modifying their GT similarly, they can get in touch with Autologue and they will make it available for you. To know more about the Autologue cafe race racer kit click here.
Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 and Interceptor were not just launched in India. It was launched globally and is available in international market also. It received an overwhelming response from customers around the world. In India, both bikes come with a long waiting period. It is the value-of-money factor that makes both the bikes very special and very popular too.
Both Interceptor and the Continental GT650 are powered by the 647cc, parallel-twin, air-cooled plus oil-cooled engine that produces a maximum power of 47 Bhp and peak torque of 52 Nm. It gets a 6-speed transmission with a slipper clutch as standard. Royal Enfield is also working on a BS6 version of their Classic and Thunderbird models. These bikes been spotted a couple of times on testing duties on Indian roads.