Devil’s Advocate / Madhouse Motors

The Devil’s Advocate started out as a run down 700cc Royal Enfield Indian, which is a rather obscure motorcycle in itself. After Indian Motorcycles closed their doors in 1953 the brand was purchased by English motorcycle retailer Brock House Engineering. To keep up with the demand for Indian branded motorcycles they began rebadging Royal Enfields. After a couple of years of building customer requests, J Shia of Madhouse Motors decided it was time to build another bike for herself using the Enfield as a base. A bike that functioned unconventionally and reflected her own style — via Return of the Cafe Racers

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