Royal Enfield LockStock wild custom build revealed, based on the Continental GT 650.

Royal Enfield LockStock Front
The Royal Enfield LockStock definitely looks space age

Royal Enfield has unveiled a naked one-off bike based on the Continental GT 650 called the LockStock at an event organised by The Bike Shed. The LockStock is a custom built dragster sporting a long and low-slung design. Apart from the engine and fuel tank, every other part of the LockStock is different from the regular Continental GT 650.

In terms of design and styling, the LockStock is an out and out wild custom built motorcycle. The front fascia houses an almost oval-shaped panel with a neatly integrated LED ring in between. The front mudguard tapers towards the front and there are two belly pans present on either side of the bike. The motorcycle gets a hardtail frame which means the rear suspension is absent. The wheelbase is way longer than the standard Continental GT 650.

The LockStock features an Ohlins inverted front suspension, 6-spoke alloy wheels and a huge disc brake up front (with Brembo callipers). The tyres also are wider than on the regular Continental GT 650 and there is a conventional-looking disc brake setup at the rear. The handlebar faces downwards and there is also a steering damper present on the left side of the bike. The custom built bike draws power from a 648cc parallel-twin motor. In the stock guise, the 648cc engine produces 48 HP of power and 52 Nm of torque. However, the LockStock is likely to have a different state of tune, especially considering the nitrous can behind its engine.

Royal Enfield LockStock

– Custom built Royal Enfield LockStock revealed
– Based on the upcoming Continental GT 650
– Gets a hardtail frame and front suspension from Ohlins

Royal Enfield LockStock Unveil
The custom built motorcycle gets a small single-piece seat design
Royal Enfield LockStock Side Profile
The two belly pans also house the large exhaust units