Royal Enfield showcases one-offs at Wheels and Waves festival in France

Team OD Published: June 15, 2016, 02:34 PM IST

Royal Enfield recently went to the famous Wheels and Waves festival, a motorcycling and surfing event in Europe. Held in Biarritz, France, the festival lasted from June 8-12, 2016, and showcases various custom motorcycles from around the country, with various themed art and music. Royal Enfield showcased its complete line-up, including two of its own custom motorcycles.

Royal Enfield customs

The first custom has been named Mo' Powa' (try saying that while trying to sound like an intellectual) and is styled like a low riding dragster with an almost skeletal appearance. Based on the Classic 500, the bike gets its namesake from the turbocharger bolted into the frame (why not), along with a hand-fabricated exhaust from Harris Performance.

The second custom Dirty Duck is based on the Continental GT and is a bit of an oddball. It is styled to be like an offroader with a protective panel, off-road tyres and get this – a snorkel (for underwater adventures). The snorkel has also been fabricated by Harris Performance. The headlights are embedded in a fabricated panel, while the tail lights are twin mini-LEDs which lend a cyborg-esque look to the face.


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