Today we have iconic Royal Enfield continental GT650 modified into a beautiful looking café racer, done at an auto shop in Australia.
- Royal Enfield continental GT650 modified into Café racer
- This particular modification done by Australia based rogue motorcycles
- Motorcycles frame side panels been painted with light blue colour
Royale Enfield is well known for its aftermarket modifications, courtesy of simple bike architecture. In the last few years, the company has also expanded its reach to global markets as well now. Nowadays we have seen a lot of Royal Enfield bikes modified into a unique avatar and look amazing. Few foreign countries workshop has been modifying RE bikes into a unique form. Most of these custom bikes are well crafted and pretty good-looking machines. While today we have another Royal Enfield continental GT650 modified into a café racer with plenty of upgrades.
This particular Royal Enfield bike is modified by Australia-based Rogue motorcycles. This continental Gt650 sports plenty of changes which include, at front custom-build round shaped visor with 8 number stickers, along with integrated LED DRLs. The bike gets a new triple Tee and new clip-on handles bars. The stock suspension is replaced with a thick USD front fork along with a slightly shorter fender at the front apron. The stock instrument cluster unit replaces with an aftermarket single pod sportbike-styled cluster. At the front, the fairing gets an additional brace as well, along fuel tank shredded down and it gets a new filler cap.
Moving towards the rear apron in middle we have a single-piece custom seat, which sports black with blue stitching and a sporty rear cowl. The motorcycle frame also gets light blue color, which looks decent with silver color. The bike rear frame has been shortened as well and gets LED aftermarket tail lights. The swingarm is also custom-built and looks better. At the rear, the bike gets an aftermarket exhaust pipe, forward footpegs, gear lever, and rear brake lever. The braking is handled by a twin disc at the front and a single petal disc at the rear. No powertrain changes have been recorded from the Rogue motorcycles.
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