Nomad Motorcycles from Pune, Maharashtra has come up with a scrambler version of the Royal Enfield Continental GT called Rudra.
The Continental GT, like all Royal Enfield motorcycles, is versatile. However, it enjoys the advantage of being the lightest and the most powerful Royal Enfield, yet. This makes it ideal for custom projects like scrambler where the bike is fun to throw around in the muck. Nomad Motorcycles have used raised handlebars for better ergonomics. The custom copper footpegs are forward-set, and this combination allows easier handling off the road.
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The fuel tank is from another Enfield, presumably from the Bullet range. The instrument cluster and headlight bezel; rear shock absorbers, and exhaust tip feature copper highlights as well. This adds a nice contrast to the matte blue paint job. The seat is a leather cross-stitched unit which is done in-house.
The 535 cc single cylinder powerplant appears to be stock and features heat wrap and megaphone exhaust. The stock mill makes 29.1 bhp at 5,100 rpm, and 44 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. The engine mates with a 5-speed transmission.