@smoked_garage_indonesia from Bali are definitely amongst the finest customizers in Indonesia. They've built so many nice bikes, that we stopped counting. Now, another outstanding custom has left their workshop and if there wasn't a HIMALAYAN writing peeping from the body, it would be hard to tell what its based on.
So they've choosen the mid-weight ADV from Royal Enfield, which was mainly build for the Indian market but is now slowly spreading all over the world an into the custom scene.
The Smoked team wanted to create something totally different, but still keep the military heritage of the bikes of the former British company. That's why they decided to create some sort of stealth fighter on two wheels with inspiration being taken from dirt track bikes.
To get rid of the adventure look, they cut off the stepped up backframe and created a new subframe, that matches the foam-designed and aluminium-manufactured futuristic monocoque body.
Up front, they've installed new Showa USD forks, which they fitted by using custom made tripple trees. The backwheel runs in a customized swingarm, while damping is now being taken by a new Öhlins unit.
In the cockpit, they wanted a clean tracker handlebar, which is why they went for @motogadget 's m.switch push buttons, the matching m.grip soft rubber grips as well as the m.blaze disc bar end turn lights for bright and modern road safety. Speaking about light, they even created their very own head and backlight, making the bike even more futuristic.
All the necessary info for the rider is summed up in just one instrument, our most advanced digital speedo, the motoscope pro. Last but not least they've chosen our m.unit blue control unit for a simple and smart wiring. In combination with our m.ride app, riders will always have the latest firmware and functions installed and are able to make the whole electronic setup with nothing more than their smartphone.
Finally the bike was painted in an army green with little orange accents to highlight the very unusual fighter-styled shape of the bike.
Are you down for a little flight around town?