The Royal Enfield Continental GT custom is called as Grey Hound by TNT Motorcycles.
Delhi-based TNT Motorcycles have modified a Royal Enfield Continental GT to emerge as a modern-day café racer. The bike gets several custom parts along with new tyres.
The Royal Enfield Continental GT Grey Hound gets a custom headlamp fascia, inverted fork up front (possibly borrowed from a KTM) and new side panels. The rear Paioli shocks seen in the stock motorcycle have been replaced with a monoshock. The new suspension system has also helped in increasing the ground clearance of the motorcycle.
The registration plate has been moved to the side of the motorcycle while the rear seat scoop stores the tool kit. The fuel tank in the Royal Enfield Continental GT has been custom hand crafted and the engine is protected by a bash plate. The front mudguard is smaller than the stock unit.
The Royal Enfield Continental GT Grey hound also gets a new custom exhaust kit. Powering the stock bike is a 535 cc mill is coupled to a 5-speed gearbox and is capable of producing 29.1 bhp of maximum power and 44 Nm of peak torque.
The Royal Enfield Continental GT is also expected to house the upcoming 750 cc twin-cylinder mill.