Bike modification is an art in itself with customized motorcycles becoming a raging hit around the world. Sons of Anarchy, one of the Top TV series in recent years focussed heavily on bikers who roamed around on customized bikes. Love for customized motorcycle is born out of a riders desire to mould the stock bike in terms of either performance or the style. There is one particular range of motorcycles which are a hit among the bike modification experts. Royal Enfield range of motorcycles is a preferred choice for the customized bike designers as well as the riders. We have covered a lot of customized Royal Enfield motorcycles that looked stunning, to say the least. Hyderabad based Eimor Motors is well-known in the customization business and their latest modified Interceptor 650 is a piece of art.
Eimor Motors calls the modified Interceptor 650 as AFRA which in Arabic means Whitish Red. Moving on to the modification, the bike looks sportier due to the addition of gold anodized USD forks. The headlight is revamped plus the bike gets a new bumper. Eimor Motors have redesigned the front mudguard and made it shorter than the Royal Enfield 650 available in the market. Its turn Indicators are also reworked while the paint scheme on AFRA is a dual combination of Silver and Red. The frame is painted in red while the blacked-out engine, fuel tanks and side panes are painted in silver. Modified Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 gets new Pirelli Scorpio Rally tyres but retains the spoke wheels.
One interesting modification is the inclusion of stainless steel custom made exhaust. The custom-design company has replaced the twin analog instrument cluster with a fully digital unit. Mudguard is now shorter and is exposing the rear tyre. New tailight and turn indicator are mounted on the shorter mudguard. The outfit has only worked on the exterior and haven’t done any tinkering with the engine. The AFRA continues to be powered by a 648-cc, twin-cylinder, fuel-injected, oil-cooled engine. It is said to churn out 47 bhp of power and 52 Nm of peak torque which is the same as the Interceptor 650. As of now, there is no word on the price tag on this customized Interceptor 650.