Royal Enfield set Tony Prust of Analog Motorcycles up with their 2014 Continental GT earlier this year and told him to go crazy with it. Give it his own take, play around, and make it unique – the only catch? He had to have it ready in 6 weeks. Despite the fast turnaround time (it had to be ready for the Mama Tried motorcycle show), Prust ended up turning this cafe racer into one hell of a scrambler.
After riding it around for a bit, the decision was to play to the bike’s strengths and outfit it for riding in cold and icy conditions. The mechanic threw on a new set of wheels with studded tires for ice, and continental TKC80 tires for road. Prust was able to lift the bike a couple of inches thanks in part to a set G3-S custom shocks out back, resulting in a dynamic high-stance. He also ended up switching out the fuel injection system for a carburetor, and put a custom exhaust system high on the body. Prust really made this bike stand out by giving it a grey/black look that contrasts sharply with the dirty red leather seats, handles, and handlebar-cushion. [Via: Bike Exif]
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