The Royal Enfield Bullet has the longest production run in the world and the 350 model is the biggest selling bike in the world over 1124cc, so it is no wonder the Indian-owned company’s bikes turn up in the news.
Here is the latest from the world of Royal Enfield.
This video shows a rider displaying his banking cents and patriotism.
The unidentified riders performs the stunts on the 350cc model at highway speeds and at te end seems to have finally been caught by the law.
While the stunts are illegal and dangerous, they do display the bike’s legendary stability thanks to its weight and single-cylinder engine with a big flywheel.
A Royal Enfield Bullet 350 covered in thousands of crystals has gone on display at the Heritage Transport Museum in India.
This modification was done to celebrate the huge demand that REs enjoy even after several years of existence.
Royal Enfield has returned to twin-cylinder models after several decades with the Interceptor 6540 and Continental GT 650.
A couple of models have arrives in Australia this month presumably for homologation purposes ahead of their showroom arrival later this year.
There is no word yet on pricing or scheduled arrival.
Royal Enfield Australia has decided to import the Rumbler 350 cruiser at an attractive $6790 ride away with 24 months warranty and 24 months Customer Care Program.
It’s been around in India for a while as the Thunderbird, but had not previously been imported here.
Despite Royal Enfield recently releasing a 350X Thunderbird with mag wheels, we get the previous mode with traditional spoked wheels.
It may look traditional, but it has some modern features such as LED halo daytime headlight, LED rear brake light, and blue LCD dash with multiple trip readouts.
Every April, Royal Enfield runs the #OneRide event across the world.
This year it’s on April 8 and to enter, you must own a Royal Enfield motorcycle and register your attendance on royalenfield.com.au/OneRide test ride page, or visit your closest dealer to find out more.