A tastefully modified Royal Enfield Continental GT has been spotted in the United Arab Emirates.
The bike belongs to Mr Vikram Bhakta, and a UAE-based custom shop, Royal Falcon, created this motorcycle. Martin Victor Alva has sent us the pictures.
The bike gets a custom swingarm, which holds the gas-charged monoshock at the rear. The blokes at Royal Falcon have moved the battery box below to accommodate the monoshock. The bike also features an upside down fork at the front. The front fender has been eliminated while the one at the rear is chopped to the bare minimum.
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The front alloy wheel is shod with a knobby, dual-purpose tyre while the rear gets a street-spec rubber with white-walls. The rear gets a side-mounted licence plate, and the tail light is right on top of it. The seat cowl gets a simple round LED tail light. The indicators flank the cowl. The bike features lowered handlebars for a sporty stance, and a minimalistic crash bar as well.
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The engine looks stock apart from the conical air-filter and the megaphone-style exhaust. The bike gets an exhaust wrap as well. The fuel tank features a custom Royal Enfield logo inspired by our very own Indian tricolour.