Royal Enfield 650
At some point Thrive don’t want to get trapped in the past, drown with the impression of a classic-retro styled bike that Royal Enfield already strong at, but keeping the DNA of the bike and elaborate it with some future vision could become their rules that they’ve made to pushing possibility of finding a new form for the bike.
They continue following the flow of the engine and try to naturally applied it into every details of the custom parts. Getting less distraction for the overall look of this bike is one of the aimed result. For the body works, they want to create a pseudo lineage with the light line attraction that streamed from the tail section towards the gas tank simply to unite the body parts and opened a chance for the engine to be striking.
Top yoke is custom CNC billet aluminium to match the new wheels setup. Motogadget Motoscope Tiny were added to gather all the bike’s information without compromising the exterior look. Handlebar from T.H.R.V were taking a huge role on controlling the bike, combined with the mini switcher, alongside with T.H.R.V Bar-end turn signal mixed with the new handgrip.
Thrive using Ceriani GP 38 suspension in front and convert the rear system into monoshock along with the new arm setup. Both brakes are now upgraded with Brembo system, and running an 17″ aluminum froged wheels
Thrive also rework the tail with integrated rear lamp and turn signal under the seat. On the right side there is a Handmade aluminium two-on-two stainless header with T.H.R.V Classic Silencer flowing through the centre of the engine.
New gastank have been made along with the new aluminum tail. Paint job cover the bike with a teal green-champagne color combo to reminiscing the automotive racing hue history.