Check out this modified Royal Enfield 650cc twins modified into Bobber Vintage inspired from Marvel, digitally rendered.
- Royal Enfield launched 650cc back in 2018
- Renovatio Motorworks digitally rendered this concept bike and hoping to offer it as a kit for RE 650cc twins
- While no mechanical changes have been made to the engine part
Royal Enfield the premium bike manufacturer in India, launched its 650cc twin’s Interceptor 650 and Continental GT650 back in 2018. Like, all other royal Enfield bikes these two also boast classier with custom designs by bike modifiers across the globe. We have seen some attractive examples of Modified RE 650, but this is one of the best custom 650cc. Although, it is not modified it is a digitally rendered concept bike made by Renovatio Motor works and the designer hoping to offer the custom kit for RE twins Interceptor and Continental GT, for the owners who feel their bike could get some serious makeover and it has been christened ‘old lady’ as a reference to the Vintage inspired design of the bike.
As for the concept digitally rendered design, at the front, we see a round-shaped headlamp, coupled on girder-styled front forks, with a monoshock front suspension. The motorcycle sports a single-piece straight handlebar, along with bar-end mirrors and bar-end turn indicators. The fuel tank is also customized with Renovatio branding on it. As for the rear, it comprises single-piece seating, and below LED taillights. The motorcycle also gets pair of custom side panels with side boxes on both sides with old lady branding on the latter sides of the boxes. While the rear suspension is handled by stock units but is positioned in the sharp angle inclined forward. The motorcycle rides on 17-inch wire-spoked wheels on both ends, shod with 160/60 Pirelli Diablo Rosso 2 whitewall tires on both the ends.
The main highlight on the concept bike is the color combination, it gets the tri-tone color paint which comprises of the metallic red paint job on the fuel tank a little dark red single-piece seat, with chrome garnish Matte black job on the engine and on the rear drum brake. There’s a beautiful golden finish on the rims and on the air intake, rear suspension gas canisters, along with brake and clutch levers as well. The engine doesn’t seem to boast any upgrades or mods, except for a newly added twin arc twin exhaust system. As for performance, the twins continue it powered by a 648-cc single cylinder air/liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine, which belts out 47.65 PS of maximum power at 7150 Rpm and 52 Nm of peak torque at 5250 Rpm. The powertrain comes coupled with a 6-speed sequential gearbox, along with a slipper clutch as standard. While the new exhaust pipes look damn cool and surely have a louder roar in real-life riding. Although, we have to wait till it becomes reality, as it looks mighty impressive as an automotive art.