Royal Enfield showcased a custom version of their adventure-touring bike, the Himalayan at the 2018 Big Motor Sale in Thailand.
The bike is based on the standard Himalayan, although it draws inspiration from competition motorcycles used in the Dakar Rally. It sports a half fairing that houses vertically stacked twin projector headlamps, along with a taller windscreen and higher-set handlebar. The bike also gets large crash guards with LED-auxiliary lights mounted on either side. A single-piece seat replaces the split-seat unit on the standard bike and the rear-section is revised, with a longer tail. To complete the look, it gets a high-mounted exhaust along with heat shields. It rides on a 21-inch front and 17-inch rear wheel shod with knobby tyres to add to the motorcycle’s off-road capability.
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