STG Tracker’s Custom RE Interceptor 650 Jammer Looks Ready for a Good ‘Ol Trail Bashing
Although customization houses around the world go wild with their imaginations when customizing a Royal Enfield, the Scramblers remain an absolute favorite. We’ve come across a plethora of modified Interceptor 650 transformed into Scramblers so far, but needless to say we’re not tired of the trend just yet. It’s safe to say that Royal Enfield has certainly hit gold with the custom scene when it comes to the Interceptor 650. What we have with us today could be the cleanest, best-assembled jammer based on the Royal Enfield Interceptor.
STG Tracker, a builder of custom motorcycles based in Argentina, has unveiled its own version of jammer based on the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650.
The aesthetic of the construction seems clearly inspired by the Triumph Scramblers. The customization house has kept the fuel tank, the chassis as well as the engine, to show that it is indeed a Royal Enfield underneath. The jammers may be simple in their approach, but they are absolutely robust and the same philosophy has been applied here as well. The changes are not deep, but nonetheless, they are aesthetically pleasing.
This custom Scrambler is content with studded tires which should significantly increase its off-road credibility. The front is highlighted by a raised mudguard and a headlight guard. To protect the engine, the folks at STG Tracker also threw in a skid plate.
The seat is a custom unit finished in beige leather, with a minimalist rear section with a custom tail light. The bike is also much higher thanks to the raised suspension and studded tires. Plus, this custom side exhaust system is simply a sight to behold.
We have said it time and time again, that the 650 twins are one of the most important products in the company’s lineup. They made the company world famous and showed us what RE is capable of. One of the main reasons the 650 twins are rented around the world is their versatility. Royal Enfield knows this too, which is why they are planning to launch a slew of new motorcycles based on the 650 platform.