The custom Interceptor 650 features a new aftermarket LED headlamp, custom seat, knobby tyres and an aftermarket exhaust
We have already said this before that Royal Enfield motorcycles are the easiest platforms for the custom bike makers to work their magic on. After Royal Enfield launched the Interceptor 650 last year, we have seen a lot of custom Interceptor 650 showcased at many prestigious motorcycle events.
However, this particular custom Interceptor 650 that you are seeing in these images has been modified in Thailand by Ranger Korat. The custom Interceptor 650 has dropped its neo-retro roadster styling and adopted a more rugged offroad focused styling.
Talking about the change, in particular, the custom motorcycle gets an aftermarket LED headlamp unit towards the front that replaced the stock headlamp setup of the motorcycle. The round shaped aftermarket headlamp has retained some part of the retro styling of the motorcycle while at the same time it has also helped add a modern touch to the front profile.
The custom bike maker has removed the side turn indicators and positioned them on the handlebar end that has helped in adding a cleaner look to the front profile. The motorcycle also gets a raised offroad focused front fender while the fork gaiters have helped in adding some rugged look to the motorcycle.
In addition to the changes made to the front profile, the custom Interceptor also gets an aftermarket handlebar while the instrument cluster has been customized as well. The custom bike maker, however, has retained the stock fuel tank of the motorcycle intact. Even the original paint on the fuel tank has also remained unchanged as well.
The custom bike, however, has been fitted with a custom saddle as well that is comparatively shorter than the original seat. The motorcycle also has been equipped with a crash guard as well. The spoke wheels, on the other hand, get a blacked out treatment whereas the stock tyres are also replaced with knobby tyres.
Just like the front fender the motorcycle also gets a custom rear fender as well. An aftermarket taillamp has also been fitted on the custom rear fender. Lastly, it also gets an aftermarket exhaust system and revised rear suspension setup.
There has been no mention whether the custom motorcycle has received any changes to the powertrain or not. And thus we can assume that the custom motorcycle is still powered by the same 648 cc parallel-twin cylinder, air & oil cooled, SOHC engine.