There are plenty of great bike shops out there taking stock motorcycles and turning them into rolling works of art. This is particularly true when it comes to Royal Enfield because we’ve seen their bikes turned into phenomenal pieces from the likes of Bandit9, J&D Custom Co. and Thrive, among others. These bikes were all released as part of the Royal Enfield Factory Customs program–which isn’t unlike the Yamaha Yard Built program–and now, Royal Enfield designers are getting the opportunity to build customs of their own. Enter the MJR Roach. Based on the popular Himalayan platform, the MJR Roach was built out of spare parts and stock the team had lying around the studio and designed with cultural influences as varied as Mad Max and Grand Theft Auto. This resulted in changes like an insect-like “quad” front light, stretched single-sided swingarm and a Garrett GT 125 turbocharger “because why not.” Learn more about the MJR Roach and other Royal Enfield Factory Customs at the link below.