Grand Trunk Express by Federal Moto- Modified RE Continental GT

Federal Moto is a custom motorcycle developer based out of Chicago, Illinois, USA. The organization has constructed a custom Royal Enfield Continental GT called the 'Grand Trunk Express'.

As the name proposes, the bike takes motivation from the Chennai-Delhi Grand Trunk Express, one of the most established trains worked by the Indian Railways. The paint work is devoted to the Indian Railways too. The blokes at the workshop have stripped the 2014 Royal Enfield Continental GT to its bones and given it a neo-retro topic. For one thing, they have supplanted the stock fuel tank with the one from the Honda CB360. The back subframe is a custom unit which holds the sewed calfskin situate. A monoshock unit has supplanted the back twin stuns.

The round custom front light sits between the brought down forks. The low-set clasp on handlebars with inconspicuous switchgear is from Posh Japan, while the simple advanced instrument group is from KOSO.

Federal Moto has hung the motor in glossy silk dark with hand-brushed aluminum covers. The fuel injector is supplanted with a Mikuni execution carburettor from Bengaluru-based Indimotard's Greasehouse Customs. The fumes gets inner perplexing with dark warmth wrap and a bored stainless steel warm shield. The dark talked edges are shod with Metzeler Lasertec tires. The front and back plate brakes are stock, yet the brake lines are from Goodridge. The backsides with a LED tail light and a short bumper.

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