Royal Enfield motorcycles are a very popular brand among motorcyclists around the world. Currently Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 are the flagship models from Royal Enfield. The popular from Royal Enfield however is Classic and Bullet series motorcycle. These motorcycles are often used for modifications and we have seen the several examples of the same. They serve as great donor bikes for several modifications and some of these motorcycles have bee featured on our website as well. Here we have a Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 which gets an all black treatment.
The images of this Interceptor 650 has been shared by bkk_helmet on their Instagram page. The motorcycle has been customised to look a lot more sporty or aggressive. It gets an all black treatment to achieve that look. Starting with the front, the car gets steel rims but, the wheels are now finished in black. The bike also gets chunky looking tyres. The front forks are also painted black and it also gets gaiters too.
The original fenders on the bike have been replaced with a custom made unit. As we move up, the stock headlamp has been replaced for an aftermarket LED unit. The original instrument cluster has been retained. Handle bar on this motorcycle has also been customised. It is also finished in black to go well with the overall theme. The clutch and front brake levers have also been replaced for aftermarket units.
The tear drop design on the fuel tank remains unchanged and it gets golden pinstriping as well. The engine on the motorcycle is originally finished in chrome. That has been changed and it now gets a matte black finish. There is a small crash guard installed on the motorcycle and it comes with projector auxiliary lamp as well. The original exhaust has been replaced with an all-black custom made unit. Moving to the rear, this motorcycle gets custom seat covers. The rear sub-frame on the motorcycle was modified. The motorcycle also gets a custom rear fender that exposes the chunky looking rear tyres on it. The motorcycle continues to get side panels but, they are now finished in matte black finish just like the fuel tank.
Even the foot pegs and the engine bash plate are finished in black. A small tail lamp is installed on the rear fender. Turn indicators are nowhere to be seen on the motorcycle. Overall, the motorcycle looks a lot more sportier and aggressive than that of regular version.
Royal Enfield recently launched 120 year anniversary edition of these motorcycles. They were built in limited numbers. Royal Enfield will only make 480 units of these motorcycles of which only 120 units are available for Indian market. The bikes were showcased at EICMA 2021.
The modified version seen here in the image looks slightly inspired from these 120 year anniversary editions. The anniversary edition gets black chrome finish on the fuel tank instead of black. it also gets golden pinstriping and gloss black panels. Royal Enfield is also working on a 650-cc cruiser and couple of other motorcycles which is likely to be unveiled next year.