Its called the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 MCH Scrambler and it has been built by Moto Classic House for a certain RE dealership in Latvia with genuine Royal Enfield accessories in the mix as well.
Customizations and modifications are almost synonymous with Royal Enfield motorcycles and the latest one to enjoy this really well is the Interceptor 650. The Royal Enfield 650 Twins have been a great success in international markets, more than what we can perceive. Naturally, the Interceptor 650 is a favorite for customization jobs internationally as well, so much so, that a Royal Enfield dealer from Latvia is offering offering a custom-made Interceptor 650 for a decent premium and the motorcycle looks absolutely gorgeous.
As this is a dealership level modification job, it does not get more authentic than this. Its called the Royal Enfield Interceptor MCH Scrambler and it has been built by Moto Classic House for a certain RE dealership. Its also uses several genuine Royal Enfield accessories. This motorcycle really stands out from all the other customized Interceptor 650s we have seen from past. Lets look at in a little more details. The motorcycle still carries the factory painted color-scheme but then, several modifications have been made there after.
The front and rear fenders have been chopped for a typical scrambler look and there’s even a rack at the rear to carry some small luggage. The headlamps get an all-black finish with a mesh casing and there’s even a visor which is a genuine Royal Enfield accessory. The fuel tank also comes with a knee pad like we see in the Classic 350 models. The real changes are however the new exhaust system, the dual-purpose tires and the handlebars.
The Interceptor MCH Scrambler comes fitted with a Zard Scrambler exhaust. It not only looks cool with but also helps shave a massive 12 kg of the weight of the motorcycle. The stock motorcycle has a kerb weight of 202kg and has a ground clearance of 174mm. With the exhaust system moved up, you have a little more ground clearance to play with when you hit the gravel trail. Another significant change on this motorcycle is the motocross bike-like handlebar. There’s also a lot less chrome left on this motorcycle due to the customizations.
Lastly, this Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 rides on 110/80-18 tires up front and a 140/80-18 tires at the rear, both wrapped in Michelin Anakee dual-purpose rubber. The stock motorcycle runs on tire size 100/90-18 at the front, and 130/70-18 at the rear. It is powered by the same 648cc, parallel-twin, SOHC, air-cooled engine that puts out 47hp and 52Nm of peak torque. The engine also gets an ECU booster which should significantly ramp up the performance. This modification should also give Royal Enfield some ideas about their own 650 Scrambler which are rumored to be in the pipeline.