Iron Macchina Customs, the guys who came up with that apocalypse-ready Royal Enfield Himalayan, is back with yet another wild build. Say hello to the ‘Asguard,’ a fully customized first-generation KTM Duke 390.
The bike was reimagined as a modern scrambler for its owner. It’s been turned into a bona fide dirt bike with a fully reinforced chassis to ensure it can withstand a beating off-road. The designers also installed panels on the side and underneath to protect the battery and the bike’s wiring, especially when driving through wet terrain.
Other upgrades include the aftermarket exhaust system, as well as auxiliary driving lights to increase visibility under any weather condition.
As the photos show, there’s also a lot to talk about outside of the mechanical enhancements done to this bike. The original tank was retained, but it’s been finished in gunmetal gray and accentuated with the Iron Macchina Customs logo.
The rest of the bike has been repainted in satin black industrial gray and industrial gray to complete the look. The wheels, meanwhile, feature a nice off-white finish.
A stone guard has been installed up front, the seat has been replaced, and a custom rear spoiler was added for mounting luggage. The spoiler, along with the panel underneath the seat, both sport the Iron Macchina logo.
Quite the looker, isn’t it? If you want to see more of the bike, you can check out Iron Macchina Customs’ Paul Anthony Symon Cantos talk about the entire build by clicking play on the video below. You can check out more photos of the Asguard as you scroll as well.
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