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Royal Enfield unveils two custom motorcycles

15th Jun 2016 5:10 pm

The two custom motorcycles, Mo’ Powa’ and Dirty Duck, are based on the Royal Enfield Classic 500 and Continental GT respectively.

Royal Enfield showcased its entire range of motorcycles at the fourth installment of the Wheels and Waves festival held between June 8-12, 2016 in Biarritz, France. Also exhibited at the festival were the company’s first factory-built custom motorcycles – Mo’ Powa’ and Dirty Duck.

The Mo’ Powa’ is based on Royal Enfield’s Classic 500, which the company claims is its rendition of ‘a Dragster-meets-Mad Max motorcycle’. The most significant change that the Mo’ Powa’ gets over the standard motorcycle is the turbocharged engine. The motorcycle’s custom-built exhaust has been fabricated by hand at Harris Performance.

The second custom motorcycle, the Dirty Duck, is based on the Continental GT. Inspired by off-road vehicles like the Land Rover Defender and Jeep, the Dirty Duck gets the addition of a snorkel that has too been handcrafted at Harris Performance. The motorcycle also features a fuel tank that has been naturally rusted to give it more of an off-roader look.

Additionally, a historic collection of the finest art from Royal Enfield’s rich motorcycling heritage was also on display at the Wheels and Waves festival.

 

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