Bulleteer Customs’ Royal Enfield Scrambler 140: The history of the Royal Enfield Continental GT is fascinating. Most Indian riders are looking for a comfortable mile eater that can accommodate one rider in the back seat most of the time.
These norms are broken by the Continental GT, which makes it possible to comfortably ride alone on lengthy highways while taking in the scenery, the weather, and even the sound of the exhaust. If you still believe that there should always be a second seat, this traditional Continental GT Scrambler 140 can make your fantasy come true.
The narrow and low fuel tank on the Continental GT was replaced by a larger tank from a Thunderbird 350 by Bulleteer Customs. This aids in giving the Scrambler a completely new profile that better complements the motorcycle’s rough, ribbed seat. It has been enlarged to comfortably fit two adults of average size.
Huge dual-purpose wheels in the Scrambler style have been added to replace the basic Pirelli tyres. Since factory suspension is one of the best accessible parts in the Continental GT pricing range, using it helps keep costs in check.
The Continental GT’s structure has not been altered, but the engine comes with a bespoke exhaust system. The fuel tank’s Deep Blue colour scheme continues onto the front fender’s cutout and the two side panels.
Another flat-round LED unit has been installed in place of the round front headlight. A 535cc, single-cylinder engine with 29.1 BHP and 44 Nm of torque powers the Continental GT. Until the 750cc, double cylinder engine’s official appearance in the larger Continental GT, this is the most potent RE engine available.