This modified Royal Enfield Himalayan has been given the Scrambler treatment

The Royal Enfield Himalayan is currently the only affordable thoroughbred adventure motorcycle you can buy in the country. While the Himalayan has a lot on offer, there are some who always want to extract more out of their motorcycles through customizing them. The gorgeous scrambler you see in the video here is the result of one such mod job. Based on a Royal Enfield Himalayan, this motorcycle has been re-named as Scram212.

As you can see in the initial few frames of the above video, the design of the motorcycle is a result of many ideations and their refinement. Overall, this motorcycle looks nothing like an RE Himalayan. While the Himalayan is an adventure motorcycle, the Scram212 is every bit a true blue scrambler that completely hides its original identity. The front-end of the motorcycle is characterized by a new headlamp that carries LED fixtures. The original fairing has been done away with and the motorcycle also gets a new handlebar. The new headlamp assembly, which comes with a metal protector, gives this motorcycle an entirely new face.

The original fuel tank seems to have been retained but has been given a new dual-tone colour scheme. Also, it looks like the original instrumentation has been retained. Another highlight of the side profile is the new seat, which is much smaller than the twin-seat setup of the stock motorcycle. However, the biggest talking point here is the new exhaust system that has been set higher than the original unit. Also, the motorcycle seems to have got slightly wider rubber along with new paint for the spoke wheels.

The rear-end of this Himalayan loses its fender and the tail lamp cluster. Instead, it gets a custom tail light and a much cleaner look owing to the smaller seat and no tailpiece. As you can see, the video doesn’t completely reveal the details of this motorcycle. However, what’s for sure is that the Scram212 looks a lot more aggressive than the regular Himalayan. Also, its Scrambler format gives it a completely different visual identity. Even the details on the performance modifications this bike carries aren’t available at the moment. The stock Himalayan comes with a 411cc, single-cylinder engine that outputs 24.5 bhp and 32 Nm. The motor comes mated to a five-speed transmission.

Source- MotoKraft Diaries on Youtube