Royal Enfield Continental GT Scrambler by K-Speed

Feb 7, 2018

Category: Rides

Serving up a variety of custom projects from the basic tune-up to the downright outrageous, Bangkok-based K-Speed is one workshop that keeps on giving. This project, in collaboration with Royal Enfield Thailand, is based on a 2017 Royal Enfield Continental GT that K-Speed was able to turn out into a seductive dual purpose scrambler.

Thanks to a sleek stock appearance, the original tank was left intact while a more appropriate tuck-n-roll saddle was added to the ride. Up front, there’s also a pair of enduro handlebars along with BMX-style grips and bar-end mirrors. A new headlight, protected by a custom-made grill, is also attached to new brackets and a smaller set of turn signals add to the overall form. Out the back, a new fender is mounted to the scrambler and a fresh taillight along with a new set of longer rear shocks and a custom muffler from Libero Moto gives the Royal Enfield a more aggressive look. This original spoked wheels also remain, now wrapped in some dirt tracking rubber to round out the build.

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