Among the complete range of motorbikes that the Royal Enfield exhibited during a festival called ‘the Wheels and Waves’, that held in June 2016 in France, this motorcycles giant showcased their two first ever factory-built customized bikes, the very precious ‘Mo’ Powa’’ and ‘Dirty Duck’. If speculations are to be believed, the appearance of these bikes made the moment even grand.
The names sound to be little ridiculous and can throw you into fits of laughter for a moment but the mechanical pieces are just remarkable both in terms of their look and performance on road.
A spokesperson confirmed that the Mo’ Powa’ mimics Royal Enfield’s model, the Classic 500, that as per company is a speculative version of a motorcycle called Dragster-meets-Mad, Max. What is fascinating about this Mo’Powa’ is its turbocharged engine which makes it stand apart from the crowd of other standard bikes. Another startling feature includes its exhaust that besides being custom-built has been carved by Harris performance, the name itself speaks of its supremacy.
Coming to another wonder bike, the Dirty Duck, it is being claimed to be based on the overpowering Continental GT. The special feature of this bike includes an addition of Harris Performance’s snorkel along with a naturally rusted fuel tank imparting the bike a vintage appearance. Furthermore, it is being said that Dirty Duck is a product achieved after the inspiration that was gained by the robust off-road vehicles, the Land Rover Jeep in particular.
Apart from these motorcycles, the event witnessed a beautiful historic collection of Royal Enfield’s other optimum art work too. The Wheels and Waves festival had really been special for not just the Royal Enfield Company but for its fan-following too.
Let’s wait for the time when the Mo’ Powa’ and the Dirty Duck hit the showrooms. It will be exciting to count the number of heart beats they increase and the charm they spell while running down the roads.