Here, we’ve featured a Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, customized in a scrambler by Thailand-based WSW custom bikes.
Royal Enfield motorcycles are extremely popular in India, due to their cult-like nature and easy to customize. In recent years, the brand has also seen great success in the international market, especially in Southeast Asia. Many international motorcycle enthusiasts have a Royal Enfield in their garage, and just like in India, many of them have changed.
We recently got a customized Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 online, which caught our eye. Made by Thailand based WSW custom bikes, This motorcycle has been turned into a beautiful scrambler-style motorcycle. It gets a full-black color job with red pinstripe and branding in the fuel tank. The engine assembly has been partially painted black.
On the front, this customized Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 features a round LED headlamp, along with a custom triple-clamp and an aftermarket single-piece handlebar. The bike also has a round rearview mirror, which is located below the handlebars. We see an aftermarket radiator guard here, it has a union jack pattern.
The tail part of the motorcycle frame has been cut short and slanted at the top, which makes the overall design a bit more aggressive. A small rear fender and a small aftermarket LED taillights have been added. We also see new Pirelli tire (with block-pattern trade) shades on the wire-spoke wheels of this motorcycle.
Drain cans are also custom, and they look much smoother than stocks The instrument console appears to be a stock unit, with a twin-pod setup, an analog speedo, an analog touchscreen, and an LCD readout for all other information. Also, the rear numberplate holder has been moved to the back of the right rear hunter, and it is now placed in portrait adaptation.
The garage did not disclose any changes made to the engine, if any. In stock condition, the engine of a RE Interceptor 650 – a 648cc, air / oil-cooled, parallel-twin motor – generates a maximum power of 47.65 PS and a maximum torque of 52 Nm. Transmission duty is driven by a 6-speed gearbox, which comes with a slipper clutch.