Image gallery: Royal Enfield Dirty Duck
Royal Enfield recently showcased two of its one-offs at the Wheels and Waves festival in Biarritz, France. One of these custom bikes is called the Dirty Duck which takes a scrambler approach to things. Based on the Continental GT café racer, the Dirty Duck features a fair number of changes over its former self to stand out as a completely different beast. Almost everything on the bike is geared towards amphibious off-roading from the tyres to the metal under plate. Even the bonkers snorkel air intake! Here's a quick look at the Dirty Duck which was displayed at the biking and surfing festival.
Inspiration has clearly been drawn from off-roaders. The rusted fuel tank, metal under plate lend a rugged persona
Even though the Dirty Duck is based on the Continental GT, the radical upgrade has no resemblance to the original cafe racer
Check out the similar Paioli rear shock-absorbers from the GT, meaning you can tweak your Continental GT to look like this too
The snorkel promotes submerged adventures on the Dirty Duck
Vertically stacked twin-projectors paired with a GoPro! Record your excursions while looking like the Terminator
The LED taillights give an eerie look to the rear
No clip-ons but a single piece handle bar paired with a digital cluster. Very neat
Accept it, that is a quirky name, but it fits the bill just right
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