The 3D printed Cafe racer kit cost about Rs 18000 and can be bought online

Today, Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 is the cheapest middleweight twin-cylinder retro cafe racer motorcycle in India. Price of the RE GT 650 starts from Rs 2.71 lakh ex-showroom and Rs 2.79 lakh for the dual-tone paint job while top-of-the-line Chrome painted bike will set you back by Rs 2.92 lakh ex-showroom.


So, if you are looking for a rather intriguing cafe racer look on the Conti of yours, then look nowhere. Pune based, Autologue Designs have launched the custom cafe racer bolt-on body kit for the Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 christened as Reck 2.0. The Reck 2.0 body kit comes with a quarter fairing with stainless steel laser-cut brackets. Once fitted, the fairing will relocate the headlamp position which can be further opted for an aftermarket LED unit. Side panels are manufactured by the 3D printing process.


The bike gets a new saddle which is integrated on the existing seat. There is a sporty seat cowl placed on the rear seat which can be removed to take a pillion for the ride. A Modogadget Motoscope Pro fully digital instrument cluster is also on offer. The rearview mirrors are retro-styled handlebar mirrors.

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The company says that as much as 25 units of Reck 2.0 kits are already sold within just 20 days of launch. One can order the kit via Autologues’ official website.


Powering the Continental GT 650 is air & oil-cooled, 648cc parallel-twin engine with an 8-valve head. This unit pumps out 47bhp and 52Nm torque and is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The retro cafe racer bike is capable of sprinting to 100 kmph in under 7 seconds and has a top speed of more than 160 kmph.

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