This Custom Continental GT Dons True Retro Bobber Styling


The modified Royal Enfield Continental GT receives custom headlamp and seats along with updated fuel tank and shortened mudguards

Bulleteer Customs is a very well known name in the field of motorcycle customisation. Earlier it has done some spectacular mod jobs on retro Royal Enfield motorcycles and now he customisation shop has transformed a Continental GT into a retro bobber and christened it as “Old School”. The modified machine looks cool in its new guise with all the custom body parts and design update.

Up front, the motorcycle sports a new round shaped headlamp with chrome finished bezel. In order to bring a true bobber look, the instrument clusters have been revised as well and the fuel tank also received minor update. The wide and plush brown leather wrapped single rider seat not only enhances the style of this motorcycle, offers comfort to the rider as well.


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The rider seat also offers the rider greater control over the machine with lowered stance along with the wide handlebars. Both the front and rear mudguards have been shortened and the rear one gets round shaped taillight positioned at the tip of it with a protector mesh. The customised Royal Enfield Continental GT runs on shiny multi-spoke wheels wrapped with new tyres.

The exhaust appears unchanged and it comes with shiny chrome finished look along with the leg guards. The fuel tank has been painted in grey, while the mudguards and side body panels get black paint scheme. The motorcycle receives disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels. The suspension setup too appears unchanged.


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On the powertrain front, Royal Enfield Continental GT is powered by a 535 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that is coupled with a 5-speed manual gearbox. The engine is well capable of churning out 29.10 bhp of peak power at 5,100 rpm and 44 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. The customised motorcycle is likely carrying the engine unchanged.

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