New Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 customised version unveiled

Royal Enfield motorcycles are considered to be perfect canvases for customisers to showcase their artistry. So, it's not surprising that the company has an official customisation program wherein it builds some gorgeous bikes in association with custom houses from across the globe. The latest example of the same is the recently unveiled half-faired version of the Continental GT 650.

The custom job you see here is executed by a Taiwan-based custom house, Rough Crafts. The company chose the stock Continental GT 650 to showcase their vision and craft and the result is a sheer visual treat. 

The motorcycle sports a retro-style bubble fairing at the front, followed by a boxy fairing fused with a fuel tank that looks stock. At the rear, there's a chopped floating-style tail with a single seat. What makes it profoundly stunning is the fully black bodywork with some carbon-fibre and golden stripes running from the fairing to the tail.

Rough Crafts has also equipped the motorcycle with some premium components like upside-down forks up front, five-spoke alloy wheels shod with Pirelli Diablo Superbike SC2 tyres, and twin discs at the front with Beringer calipers. Further, the stock 648cc, parallel-twin mill is accompanied by SC Project full system exhaust and an aftermarket air filter.