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    Cool The most stunning Royal Enfield custom build till date

    As the global power base in the motorcycle industry is shifting towards the SE Asia region, it is also bringing a new wave of custom builders with their own unique style at the forefront of global custom motorcycle scene. The brilliant folks at Thrive Motorcycles from Indonesia are a prime example for the vast talent the region has, and they are laying foundation for the others to follow. Royal Enfield Indonesia had approached Thrive Motorcycle for the build with an open brief but a short two month window.

    This meant that Indra Pratama and Barata Dwiputra from Thrive got busy straight away. Being a company sponsored build, the idea was to keep as much of the original DNA as possible in the build. This meant, Thrive decided to refine the originals design instead of going all radical and go for a Royal Enfield Scrambler.





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    So they improve the short comings of the bike?
    As long as it's not them that has to pay, no one really minds the debt.

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    Nothing wrong with an RE...better than the old UK version but still a very mild output. If that is what you want then fine....personally I prefer the Triumph Thruxton...although the RE's certainly fit the nostalgia bill.
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