The Royal Enfield Interceptor has modified into a rugged scrambler. So the task has accomplished by the Moto Classic House located in Latvia. The modified Royal Enfield called the Royal Enfield Interceptor MCH Scrambler.
We can see in the pictures that not much has changed in the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650. But some of the elements have altered to do their job perfectly to give the bike a proper scramble look. The two of the most prominent features of this modified Interceptor 650 are the tires and custom exhaust.
However, Moto Classic House replaces the stock dual chrome exhaust of the INT 650. With a pair of aftermarket, 2*2 Zard exhausts that inspire by the American Flat Track racing bikes. This exhaust reduces the weight of the bike by 12 kg. So to fully utilize the performance improvements of these pipes. Also, Moto Classic House re-mapped the ECU of the motorcycle. The Zard exhausts are aesthetically pleasing too, making the scrambler theme more pronounce.
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Scrambler Features:
The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 scrambler features proper knobbier Michelin Anakee tires. The front one is 110mm while the rear one is 140mm in width. The bike looks amazing on this custom build. Moto Classic House replaces the stock handlebar with motocross-type unit gels with the bike’s character.
Some of the other features of the modified Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 includes luggage rack at the rear, front brake, tank grips, cafe-racer styled headlight cover, and clutch levers.
Several accessories also used bar-ends, touring rearview mirrors, fly screen, fork gaiters, bash plate. As far as the cycle and the engine parts of the motorcycle concerns that they have been kept in the stock form.
It costs euro 9,380 i.e INR 7.77 lakh while the stock retails at euro 6,850 i.e INR 5.67 lakh. The motorcycle looks neat and pleasing.