Just the other day, we praised the simplicity and affordability of the new Royal Enfield twins. They’re easier to pull apart than most modern motorcycles, making them gold dust for custom builders.
Then, we were examining a striking Interceptor from Thrive of Indonesia. Today, we’re looking at a custom version of the Interceptor’s sibling: the Continental GT 650. It’s a lean and purposeful cafe racer from the Thai custom powerhouse K-Speed.
K-Speed got the commission from Royal Enfield late last year. But there was a catch: they had just 45 days to build it. The Continental had to be ready for the Bangkok International Motor Show in March, but it was only delivered in February.