Unlike most kids who grew up in the 1990s, my first crush was not the obvious Yamaha RX100. I longed for something more exotic and unattainable back then ― the lesser-known Royal Enfield Fury DX 175.
The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 has topped the sales charts in the United Kingdom so far this year. The much-liked bike has been seeing success the world over, but, this surely will give the Indian manufacturer a boost towards similar future products. [Read more…]
UK-based Cooperb Motorcycles have developed an ultra-capable version of the Royal Enfield Himalayan which they are calling the Ovalanda Edition, with bolt-on upgrades to take the bike’s abilities to the next level.
We always say that motorcycling is the best and most pleasurable way to explore this world. Motorcycle companies have agreed and today we have a large number of bikes that are made for the job. [Read more…]
It seems Royal Enfield is continuing to innovate with dealership moves across the world, the latest of which is a portable container dealership that the brand has erected in the Chiang Rai region of Thailand. [Read more…]
Auto manufacturers and dealers around the world are coming to terms with the complete shakeup that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought in, but it seems some dealers are dealing with it better than others. [Read more…]
You will have to fork out Rs 3,000 more for the BS6 Royal Enfield Bullet 350, BS6 Classic 350 and the BS6 Himalayan. [Read more…]
Although we have some of the most technologically-advanced motorcycles in the world now easily available to us, many still prefer riding in on classic-styled machines.
We look at two motorcycles that are ideal for effortless mile-munching, but take extremely different approaches to get the job done. Let’s find out how they stack up against each other on paper with this spec comparison.