Royal Enfield Continental GT Scrambler by K-Speed, Bangkok

Editor@Throttle|Updated: January 4, 2018 8:26

K-Speed, a Bangkok based workshop has turned a Royal Enfield Continental GT into a Scrambler and the most surprising part is that it was achieved without even hacking the frame !


For starters, K-speed has maintained the tank of the Conti GT. However, the humped tail section has been replaced by a full length tuck-n-roll seat. The stock clip-on handlebars have also been traded for a set of enduro ones, and to do this, they had to install a new top triple clamp in order to attach the bars. The 18-inch spoked wheels are still the same, but now come wrapped in knobby tyres. To complete the scrambler look, K-speed has fabricated a high-riding exhaust header and topped it off with a reverse cone muffler, which has to be the standout design element of the bike. Other subtle changes include a drilled-out chain guard and black powder-coated triple clamps. Also gone is the Conti GT's bright paint job -- K-speed has replaced it with a matte green paint scheme, with a subtle black pinstripe and classic Royal Enfield logo.




You can notice BMX-style grips and CNC-milled bar-end mirrors for an attention grabbing street look. The headlight too is different and now comes attached to new brackets which is protected by a custom-made grill. The forks remain the same although they now sport fork gaiters for a retro feel. 


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