Although Colt Wrangler Motorcycles, started by Texan Colt Wrangler Lyons, has only been in the game since 2015, the company has built a reputation for constructing incredible custom motorcycles. The company’s latest project is a rugged scrambler built around a KTM 390 Duke.
The punchy lightweight ride has a trellis frame and a war-torn, post-apocalyptic aesthetic. It’s packing some nifty riding tech with a large 8-inch full-color LCD panel instrument cluster, which sits on the new tank with a clear plastic cover. After the bike’s airbox and emissions regulation equipment were ripped out, it was fitted with a K&N intake pod filter and crankcase breather. The exhaust is a customized stainless steel slip-on silencer, which is paired with an aftermarket muffler customized with a shell of perforated steel to align with the rugged road warrior theme. The front headlight was constructed from a mix of sheet steel and an old fender and is equipped with two flush one-inch off-road lights. All the exposed metal surfaces of the bike were stained and coated with a matte clear finish. It’s safe to say Colt Wrangler’s overseas client is one happy camper. [H/T: Pipeburn]