Here we have another premium bike manufacturer Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 modified by Hardcore custom into a Bobber.
- Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 customised by Stealthy Bobber
- This particular Interceptor 650 custom by Hardcore Custom
- Hardcore Custom doesn’t include any engine changes to Interceptor 650
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 was launched back in 2018, along with its twin continental GT650 formerly called 650 Twins in the Indian market. Since the launch Royal Enfield 650 twins take the market with a storm, courtesy of brilliant design features, powerful engine, and affordable price. RE also expands its 650 twins into global markets as well and also performing well in sales and also in bike custom enthusiasts. Just like in India in international markets it is quite popular as well. In recent times we have seen plenty of custom-built Interceptor 650 and today we have another one customized into a stealthy Bobber.
This particular Interceptor 650 is designed by Hardcore Custom, which is based on an Argentina motorcycle garage recently build. Talking about its design features, at the front we have a stock twin-pod cluster, round-shaped headlamp, along the rear-view mirrors have that been removed. The Fuel tank comprises the custom paint job of black and red with Royal Enfield lettering on it. The motorcycle’s rear frame has been altered and gives it a lower and relaxed riding position with a custom single-piece leather seat, with red stitching.
As for performance Interceptor 650 continues to power with a stock engine, no powertrain changes have been reported. On the rear frame, we also see an aftermarket side box with Bobber branding in gold color. The rear suspension is now positioned at a lower angle, with a gas canister painted in black. The engine assembly and exhaust tailpipes also blacked out as well, which looks cool. The bike rides on wire spooked tires, blacked rims, and white wall tires. In a typical cruiser fashion, the bike has a rear wheel smaller than the front one. For relaxed riding, the footpegs move forward and are coupled with a slight tail handlebar.