The Royal Enfield Continental GT is a café racer with a versatile frame for modifications. Bulleteer Customs from Bengaluru have given the Royal Enfield Continental GT a scrambler makeover in their latest project, the Bronco.
The custom house has draped the bodywork in matte brown and the frame, powertrain and rims are in black. The lower portion of the front telescopic fork and the reservoirs of the twin rear Paioli shock absorbers get a gold finish. They have used scrambler handlebar and a long-ribbed bench seat for optimum comfort. The custom house has also relocated the footpegs, which make it easier to ride upright in the trails. Speaking of trail taming, they have swapped the stock Pirelli units with meaty Ralco knobby tires.
The front fender is shorter than the stock unit, and they have eliminated the rear fender all-together. The side-mounted number plate holder adds flair to rugged-looking motorcycle. The twin pod instrumentation is stock, but the headlight is an aftermarket LED unit.
In its stock form, the Royal Enfield Continental GT comes with a 535 cc single cylinder mill with fuel injection. It is good for 29.1 bhp of power at 5,100 rpm, and 44 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. The engine works in conjunction with a 5-speed gearbox. Brakes include 300 mm front and 240 mm rear disc, without ABS. The bike has reportedly been discontinued in the Indian market.