Royal Enfield Interceptor custom tracker looks gorgeous, sounds sublime [Video]

Royal Enfield motorcycles are famous around the world for their retro feel. They are also popular among people who love to modify bikes. We have seen several modified Royal Enfield based motorcycles in the past both from India and from other parts of the world. Flagship models from Royal Enfield as of now is their Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 bikes. Interceptor is the most affordable twin cylinder motorcycle one can buy in the country. Here we have a video that shows an Interceptor 650 that has been heavily customised, and that looks gorgeous in its new avatar. Buy motorcycle parts and accessories on Amazon

The video had been uploaded by Moto custom Thailand on their youtube channel. This motorcycle is customised by WSW Custom bike. The bike has been completely transformed from what it was. The custom house has transformed the Interceptor 650 to a street tracker motorcycle. Starting from the front, it gets a new headlamp with a new headlamp bracket and turn indicators. The front mudguard has been replaces with a shorter custom made unit.

The other noticeable customisation on this motorcycle is the addition of fatter tyres on spoke wheels. This gives it a bobber-like stance. Moving to the side profile, the fuel tank gets a brushed aluminium finish with Royal Enfield logo placed on it. The hadlebar and the switchgear on it have been replaced with new units and the rear view mirrors are also repositioned. The speedometer has been removed from the usual spot and has been installed on the left side below the fuel tank.

Usually, the engine covers  of the Interceptor gets a shiny chrome finish but here, the clutch case, cam covers, fuel injector cover are all getting a matte black finish. The side panels also get the black treatment. The foot pegs have been redesigned for better riding position and the bike also gets a new exhaust which actually sounds great.

The rear section of the bike gets a chopped sub-frame, tail tidy and the stock tail lamp is also replaced with an small aftermarket unit. The engine on this motorcycle remains untouched and the 648-cc, twin cylinder, oil cooled engine generates a maximum of 47 Bhp and 52 Nm of torque. This motor is known for its smooth power delivery and oodles of torque right of idle. A 6 speed gearbox with a slipper clutch is standard.