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The smartest looking modified Royal Enfield Himalayan

The Royal Enfield Himalayan customised by the Smoked Garage Bali and codenamed it as SG-411

fornt and back look

The Royal Enfiled is the most popular motorcycle brand in India. It is mainly known for its classic looking motorcycles. The Himalayan is the only bike in the company's portfolio which is an off-roader. It is the most affordable sports touring bike in India. Recently, Royal Enfield UK and Bali-based Smoked Garage has extensively worked on the Himalayan and named it as SG-411. The 411 tells about the displacement of the engine and SG stands for the short form of Smoked Garage. This motorcycle carries a lot of smart and modern looking elements. Up front, the SG-411 gets an LED headlamp setup which looks like an eye of a predator but, the motorcycle misses out side-indicators. The frame of the SG-411 is highly modified by which it can effortlessly accommodate mono-shock and custom panels. 

front angle

 The massive Dunlop K180 tyres are the most attractive part of this motorcycle.

The sharp side panels look appealing and quite modish while the rear section is altered to give this motorcycle a compact look. The suspension setup comprises of a 43 mm USD forks from Showa at the front and, the rear mono-shock is from Ohnils. The spoked wheels get covered with black covers. Moreover, the massive Dunlop K180 tyres are the most attractive part of this motorcycle. For efficient braking, the SG-411 gets Nissin 4-piston callipers for 310mm dual discs. The bike also gets some premium looking carbon fibre elements, we don't know as they are fake or real but they look quite attractive. The upswept titanium exhaust looks smart and fuses pretty well with the overall design language of the SG-411. Moreover, the instrument cluster looks quite different from what you get in the Indian spec Himalayan.

rear end of the bike

The motorcycle is powere by a 411cc, singlw cylinder unit which is paired with a 5-speed gearbox

The Himalayan SG-411 can produce more power than the stock one as the motorcycle is 19 kgs lighter. The SG-411 is powered by a 411cc, single cylinder unit which churns out respective power and torque outputs of 24.5 BHP and 32 Nm. The transmission duties are done by a 5-speed gearbox. The cost of this highly modified Himalayan is not known yet. But you can easily own a stock Royal Enfield Himalayan which priced at Rs 1.80 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).