The Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 is the manufacturer’s most premium motorcycle yet and we are using it every day in the city and for the occasional long ride. Watch this space for timely updates about this motorcycle’s progress.[Read more…]
A patent has been filed for the Royal Enfield Shotgun name, and we expect this to be another bike built around RE’s 650-cc, twin-cylinder platform.
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…]
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.
There’s a new, limited edition Royal Enfield Classic 500 Tribute Black on offer, available for online retail only till 31 March, 2020.
Royal Enfield have introduced the new Himalayan BS-VI in India starting from Rs 1.87 lakh (ex-showroom). [Read more…]
Up to 16 different designs are now on offer for your Royal Enfield Classic exhaust pipe, complete with a two-year company warranty
Motorcycle owners love to customize their machines to reflect their personalities, but bolting after-market products on to their new machines could void the bike’s warranty. That’s why Royal Enfield will now provide no less than 16 different exhaust designs for the Classic 350 and 500, from old-school pea-shooters to modern slash-cut units. Priced at around Rs 3,500 and constructed of stainless steel, these won’t void your machines’ warranty, and come with a Royal Enfield-backed two-year warranty of their own.
Check out the entire range at https://www.royalenfield.com/in/en/gma/classic and order yours now!
An updated Royal Enfield Classic has been spotted testing, in preparation of the BS-VI norms that are set to kick in next year. [Read more…]
Royal Enfield have launched two new motorcycles called the Bullet Trials Works Replica. These are the 350-cc and 500-cc engined scramblers that the company have been teasing.