In partnership with Bad Winners Royal Enfield, the Continental GT650 has been dubbed the Pegasus l’Étalon Noir.
RE Continental has developed this mouth-watering version of the GT650 Bad winners (BW). Bad Winners is a French design and engineering company that takes the most popular motorcycles in the world and creatively adjusts them. The rough translation of the word “Pegasus l’Étalon Noir” is “Pegasus the Black Stallion”. The Royal Enfield Continental GT650 was chosen for this project and the result is very impressive.
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BW has turned the Continental into a tow bike with all the necessary modifications. This includes aesthetic changes as well as mechanical improvements. The overall look of the bike has been altered with items such as hand-crafted black carbon fiber packaging and angled surfaces for light reflection to help the aero and achieve high speeds. It has extensively modified the S&S Cycle engine to turn the tourist into a dredger. This includes the NOS canister you saw in Fast and Furious. It can launch any car into a rocket in milliseconds. S&S Cycle has also been running Continental 650 Twins for a long time.
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To achieve such high performance, you need a stable base in the form of ties and wheels. To do this, the bike is equipped with Dymag UP7X aluminum rims with wide Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa tires for maximum traction. These tires allow the bike to be sharp even in corners. Many performance aspects depend on the fact that the tires can effectively reduce power and torque. Finally, braking is more important than accelerating a fast bike.
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To achieve the shortest braking power, the Pegasus is equipped with Beringer single discs and calipers on the front and rear wheels that can stop the bike in a short time. Tell us how you liked the unique iteration of the popular RE Continental GT650 from Bad Winners.