Royal Enfield UK and Bali-based Smoked Garage are here with an exclusively built Himalayan named SG-411. The number in this name represents the engine displacement of this beautiful machine while SG is the abbreviation for Smoked Garage. The powerful motorcycle carries a lot of potential for modification, starting with its massive stance and segment-leading wheel travel.
The frame has been modified to handle the exclusively placed mono-shock and custom panels. The fuel tank extensions are inspired from a typical street machine while the tail section has been chopped to give way for the thin single seat. The retro-modern design is truly astonishing.
The extended swingarm, along with the front and rear improved suspension, makes this Himalayan a unique offering. The front suspension is 43mm USD forks from Showa while the rear mono-shock is from Ohlins. The spoke wheels are covered with black covers and tyres are really massive for a motorcycle of this size.
The Dunlop K180 tyres have thick blocks while the front suspension offers fork guards with Royal Enfield branding. The headlight is the most futuristic component seen on this bike, creating a jet fighter style streamlined design for a basic adventure motorcycle. The brakes used here are Nissin 4-piston callipers for 310mm dual discs.
The performance aspects have been raised on the Himalayan SG-411, with a drop of 19kg in the overall weight in comparison to the stock version. The 411cc, single cylinder engine on the motorcycle is good for 24.5 BHP and 32 Nm. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The riding position is still straight while the motorcycle is equipped with a free-flow exhaust unit.
The instrument console seen here is also different in comparison to the console seen on the stock model of the India-spec Royal Enfield Himalayan. The motorcycle is priced at INR 1.80 lakh in India while buyers in the US can get their hands on the stock Himalayan for $4,749. The cost of modification and the total price of the Himalayan SG-411 is not known at the moment.
Himalayan SG-411 Photos
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