Royal Enfield already has quite a broad lineup, with adventure bikes like the Himalayan, modern classics like the Classic 500, and street offerings like the Interceptor and Continental GT 650. Yet what if you wanted something in between a Himalayan and an Interceptor? For lucky customers in Latvia, there is an offering.
Royal Enfield Latvia has built their own Scrambler, based on an Interceptor. It's called the Interceptor MCH. Best of all, the unique model is for sale.
The scrambler was built by Moto Classic House (MCH), with modifications to the Interceptor to give it a more distinctive scrambler look as well as improved off-road ability.
The most noticeable change is the twin, high-mount Zard exhaust pipes, reminiscent of Triumph's own Scrambler. The ECU has also been tuned to work better with these new cans.
To handle the rough stuff, the bike gets shock boots, Michelin Anakee knobby tires, and even a skid plate at the bottom of the frame. The headlight even has a mesh protector if you intend to ride through thick brush. For the rider, there's a motocross bike handle bar and a small flyscreen. Finally, there's also a small luggage rack for some added utility.
The unique model is sold for €9380.00 (PhP520,250). However, where else can you get a Royal Enfield like this?
If Royal Enfield is cool with these kinds of custom offerings, perhaps its a sign that local Royal Enfield distributors should look into creating their own custom models for their markets, done in partnership with custom shops. Like maybe a Continental GT Adventure STKD?