First-Ever 650cc Royal Enfield Interceptor That You Can Buy!

This is a video by a Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 owner who wants to sell his modified bike. The Interceptor is a unique motorcycle for people who are fond of big touring bikes. However, this particular version is not a regular one but a heavily-modified avatar of the bike. The owner had passionately added a plethora of additional equipment to the bike costing him lakhs of rupees. He wants to upgrade to a new bike which would be even bigger. But, at the moment, he wishes to sell the bike at a cost of Rs 3 lakh. He has given his contact details to the genuine buyers in the video description. Let us check out the modifications he has done to the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 in detail.

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Modified Royal Enfield Interceptor 650

The bike owner takes you through all the things that he has added to the bike. He also mentions that there are even more things that he has modified but he will explain the prices of things that are visible. There is still no problem with the running of the bike. The front of the bike features a 140 mm tyre and the rear tyre is 170 mm. These tyres are fitted on custom 15-inch rims. This makes the bike look like a Fat Boy-type motorcycle. In addition to that, the rear seat has been completely redone with leatherette material to enhance the comfort of the rider substantially. The tyre hugging numberplate is quite unique too. The taillamps have been completely redesigned in this bike. The number plate at the front is attached to the suspension travel in such a way that it moves with the bike.

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Modified Enfield Interceptor 650

There are other bits on the bike as well. This includes the likes of Interceptor 650 sticker on both sides of the fuel tank, King Indian badges on the fuel tank which is also the name of the YouTube channel of the owner, Visor from Harley Davidson, classic indicators, headlamp and hazard light buttons, heavy-duty mobile holder, custom handle and hand levers, chrome element on the fuel tank, exhaust sound modifications for high-speed operation, radiator grille, dual mufflers for a heavy sound, among other things. The bike has only been driven for around 4,500 km. If you wish to get your hands on this unique bike, make sure to contact the owner directly.

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