The Bullet 500 EFI is the culmination of over 8 decades of legacy, of the longest running model in continuous production. Since 1932 the Bullet has mesmerized thousands all over the world with its unique styling and one of its kind feel of ride feel. The Bullet 500 EFI is a seamless pairing of the majestic Bullet styling, performance and reliability with the new technology elements like the Electronic Fuel Injection synergized seamlessly with the period styling. The Bullet 500 EFI is all about romancing with history on today's terms. The Bullet 500, a name synonymous with the Royal Enfield brand of motorcycles has returned from the history pages with a larger 499cc engine. The Bullet 500 houses a powerful halogen powered headlamp inclusive of a chrome lip with set of trademark pilot lamps on either side. For instrumentation, the Bullet 500 uses a single-pod analogue speedometer and independent ampere meter. The palm grips have good feel, while the clutch and brake levers are also solid to touch, and fall to hand well. The Enfield typical teardrop fuel-tank houses a chrome hinged fuel filler cap along with circular, golden coach lines. At the rear the Bullet 500 deploys a round taillight similar to the Classic series bikes. The 500 houses the same, 499cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, four-stroke engine as on the Thunderbird and Classic bikes, sans fuel-injection, and its exhaust thrums out a Bullet typical beat. The Bullet 500 makes ample low and mid-range grunt, producing 26.1bhp at 5100rpm, as may sound low for this big an engine, but keeps with the delightful lazy character long associated with Royal Enfield motorcycles. The 500 is a smooth motorcycle to ride, and the engine feels at home ridden between 80-90kph. The 500 engine comes with a smooth shifting five-speed gearbox operated in a one-down, four-up shifted pattern.
All of Himalayan's sums and parts work in perfect harmony to utilize the energy of the terrain it traverses. A grounded stance, terrain tested suspension, dual purpose tyres combined with agile handling means the Himalayan can handle any off road environments. The Himalayan cradles a rider in its low seat height, the handlebars and footpegs work in perfect sync to unite the rider with the motorcycle for a comfortable upright posture. The inherent mounting points in the front and back let you strap up and set off anytime, while the LCD instrument cluster keeps you in track of miles to maintenance.
Panniers at the back. Jerry cans in the front. The Himalayan's mounting points letyou strap up and set off anytime. The LCD dashboard lets you track everything from miles to maintenance.
The half-duplex, spilt-cradle frame and long travel suspension keep you in harmony with road, rocks, and everything in between.
800mm seat height, perfectly-positioned foot pegs and handlebars reduce fatigue and give you a comfortable upright riding position whether you sit or stand.
Armed with a potent fuel injected 500cc engine and clothed in a disarmingly appealing post war styling, this promises to be the most coveted Royal Enfield in history. For those who want it all. The power, the fuel efficiency, the reliability and simple, yet drop dead gorgeous classic styling. The classic turns heads not because it wants to but because it can't help it. You will appreciate the beat not just for the music it creates but also for the muted feeling of strength and power that it signifies. The view is simply better when you are astride a Royal Enfield Classic 500, whether moving or still. Nothing more to be said. Styling - The advent of many Japanese and European motorcycles in India in the past decade has changed the styling game of the industry. Bikes that used to look simple have grown to look mean, fast machines oozing performance from all their recesses and design cues. This bike, the Classic 500 however, is not worried about these changes of time and continues with its same design philosophy. If you have seen the Bullets of the past, then you will agree that one look at this bike, and it looks no different than the earlier ones. The rounded headlamps, large fuel tank, magnificent wheel arches, rounded tail lamp all reflect the same retro design philosophy which can get you into a state of nostalgia (if you are a true bullet fan). So, the point that I am trying to make here is that you don't start looking at this as a new bike but an evolution that has maintained the same genre of the past with a fusion of the present technology. Performance - The Classic 500, as you can guess from the name itself, is propelled by a 499cc petrol engine that churns out 27.2 horses of raw power @ 5250 RPM and a meaty 41.3 Nm of torque @ 4000 RPM. One of the things worth mentioning before talking about performance is the engine. It's a unique Unit Construction Unit, meaning the entire engine and gearbox is enclosed in one single casing!! This actually reduces the friction between all the movable parts, thus resulting in lower transmission losses. Thumb-up the bike to life and instantly the sound of the low thumping exhaust fills the air around you. It makes your heart do a travel across time with this musical exhaust as the background score. This is due to its big bore (84 mm) and long stroke (90 mm) design and provides you with oodles of grunt. Hop on to its single piece saddle and you start to feel like the King of the Road. Twist the throttle, rev the engine and you will notice the amazing co-ordination between the throttle and the engine thanks to its Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) system (developed along with Keihin, Japan). It features a 5 speed constant mesh gearbox that is equally smooth both in up-shift and down-shift. You can rev the engine hard and it won't let you down.
The Classic Satin comes to you with a paint scheme reminiscent of the war era, a time when Royal Enfield motorcycles proved their capabilities and battle worthiness by impeccable service to soldiers in harsh conditions of the desert. Donning a younger look with styling cues one would expect only from a genuine Royal Enfield: single cylinder air-cooled pushrod engine, 1950s style nacelle and toolboxes, traditional paint scheme and buffed engine components.
Whether on mountains or riding through plains, with its legacy, and time tested performance, this is a machine you can count on.
High torque at low RPM for maximum pulling power. Makes a ride uphill or your daily commute effortless.
The 18-inch wheels offer optimum stabiliy on the road, keeping you in control.
Authentic post-war detailing complete with die-cast headlight casing, vintage graphic on the fuel tank and a choice of old-world colours.
There's a time to ride, and a time to call it a day, sit back and watch the universe blaze away in all its glory. To remember the joys and pains of the day gone by, and look forward to what tomorrow brings. There, amidst the dark, discover the other half of your riding story, with a motorcycle that's slept under the night sky since 1901. Embrace the dark with the new Classic 500 Stealth Black. Available in matte finish with rear disc brakes.
The 18-inch wheels offer optimum stability on the road, keeping you in control.
Royal Enfield have given the Classic 500 model an aesthetic makeover with three new colors inspired by the models built during the 1950s at the Redditch factory The Classic is one of the most loved motorcycle from Royal Enfield, looking back into the decades back old legacy, Royal Enfield have given Classic a makeover taking cues from the motorcycles produced at Redditch, Royal Enfield's birthplace in the UK. There are very limited units of Redditch Edition coming in early June, call today to place your order before they are gone!
Engine - 500cc, sinlg cylinder, 4 stroke, spark ignition, air cooled, OHV engine produces 41.3 Nm of torque.
Headlamp - The headlight casing features the 'Tiger Eye Lamps' for that Bullet look. The headlamp is traditional but with a powerful halogen bulb to provide good illumination.
Seat - Single saddle seat with springs provides maximum comfort for luxurious and relaxing ride.
Silencer - Aesthetically designed short silencer for that 1950's look. Available as an optional accessory for off-road use only.
Tail lights - Vintage tail lamp assembly features a classic design.
Tank - Finely crafted tank with post war era graphics and thigh pads make for a vintage look.
Tool Box - Tool box with classic design.
Brakes - Front: 19 inch Rear: 18 inch.
The Royal Enfield Classic Chrome is based on the Classic 500 with a rather generous dose of chrome on it. Like the Classic 500, the new Classic Chrome retains the quintessential classic British styling of the 1950s: simple, harmonious, well proportioned. The Chrome sports a seat with a leather finish and adds to the visual appeal of the motorcycle.
Whether on mountains or riding through plains, with its legacy and time-tested performance, this is a machine you can count on.
High torque at low RPM for maximum pulling power. Makes a ride uphill or your daily commmute effortless.
The 18-inch wheels offer optimum stability on the road, keeping you in control no matter what the speed.
There's a time to ride, and a time to call it a day, sit back and watch the universe blaze away in all its glory. To remember the joys and pains of the day gone by, and look forward to what tomorrow brings. There, amidst the dark, discover the other half of your riding story, with a motorcycle that's slept under the night sky since 1901.
Whether on mountains or riding through plains, with it's legacy and time-tested performance, this is a machine you can count on.
A single saddle seat with springs, and an optional pillion seat - comfort across any terrain.
The Royal Enfield Interceptor 2018 marks the return of one of Royal Enfield's most loved classic motorcycles. Hailing from a time when all that mattered was that the California sun was out and the surf was up, the new Interceptor retains every bit of charm that made it a legend.
The 650 Twin is the rebirth of Royal Enfield's legendary parallel twin cylinder engine. And it’s driving two Royal Enfield classic motorcycles - the Interceptor and the Continental GT.Classically styled and visually beautiful.
While classically style and visually beautiful, the new engine is Royal Enfield's most forward-looking yet. Cleaner, elegant looks, fewer components, less weight and easier maintenance.
The light alloy wheels help lower unsprung weight which enhanve handling. Coupled with custom designed tyres, delicate measurements and adjustments on the suspension; it's a smooth. agile and nimble ride.
Every part of the Interceptor 650 is crafted to bring the rider a distinct timeless appeal of the 60's design. The narrow teardrop tank is donned with a classic badge and a Monza style fuel cap.
The standard 500cc Bullet engine has been increased to 535cc, and with a larger throttle body and hotter cam it boosts an additional 1.9hp bringing it to around 29HP. The new chassis is sportier than the standard Bullet, and has a double down tube frame and longer swing arm. The suspension consists of a non-adjustable 38mm Gabriel fork and twin preload and rebound-adjustable Paioli shocks. A Brembo front brake and full-floating disc provide a serious upgrade in stopping power. To top it off, the Cafe Racer has a claimed weight of 365-lbs, which is 46-lbs less than the standard C5 Classic. The Royal Enfield Continental GT is the lightest, fastest, most powerful Royal Enfield in production. A machine with a story, a nod to motorcycling's finest hour; a painstaking collaboration. It is also the best expression yet of a cultural phenomenon that has simply refused to fade away - the cafe racer.
Engine - Fuel Injected 535cc unit Construction Engine, 29.1 bhp power, 44Nm torque, lighter flywheel along-with improved power-to-weight ratio gives the Continental GT that extra responsiveness, punch and agilit.
Seat - Crouched and close yet ergonomic riding posture for sporty, effortless maneuverability and a fun ride. The sculpted seat with contrast stitching allows you to gather accurate feedback from the road.
Exhaust - Tweaked Exhaust for superior performance and the signature engine roar.
Tank - The chiseled fuel tank is recessed to tuck in the knees and get the sporty ergonomic riding stance. New age technology and traditional Royal Enfield heritage has been mated seamlessly thus making the Continental GT look fantastic.
Front tyre - The 100/90 x 18 inch Pirelli sport demon tyre used on the front is completely new mounted on a lightweight but strong hub. This allows the riders to confidently ride on the road and the track, whatever the choice.
Brakes - The braking is handled by a massive 300mm floating disc up front from Brembo and a matched 240mm disc is used at the rear.
Cluster - Sleek backlit instrument cluster so you'll know exactly when you do the Ton in day or night in analog and digital.
ECU - The ECU has been re-mapped for enhanced performance and is more responsive than before.
Foot rest - Foot rests and controls placed further back for a sporty riding position in sync with traditional Café Racer styling.
Frame - Nimble, flex-free double cradle frame for superior rigidity and razor-sharp handling that makes the Continental GT respond naturally and instantaneously to the body. An expert or beginner can have a lot of fun.
Rear tyre - The 130/70 x 18 inch Pirelli sport demon tyre doing duty at the back is completely new with lightweight and strong hub and wider rim. This allows the riders to confidently ride on the road and the track, whatever the choice.
Suspension - The front gets revised shock absorbers with new internals, and features a traditional fork brace. On the rear exists matched gas charged shock absorbers from Paioli..
One of the proudest aspects of Royal Enfields history is the success acheived in International Six Day Trials In a period from 1948 to 1953 Royal Enfield was unparralleled in its ability to withstand and excel at these grueling events of anything up to 1500 miles, A Gold Medal at an ISDT was the undisputed proof of a great machine plus recognition of fearless skill & ability of the rider. Names such as Brittain, Stocker, Holmes & Nystrom dominated these tests of Man & Machine and the Royal Enfield was the dominant manufacturer. not content with the 350cc success in 1951 Enfield launched a entirely new 500 Twin that continued the domination to be Victorious in the 'Trophy' that year. Now 7 decades later Royal Enfield pays tribute to this golden era in Motorsport with the Bullet 500 Trials edition. Todays rider benefits from many developments in technology, reliability and safety, due in large part to the drive to succeed by the exceptional resourcefulness and resilience of the factory teams that competed in brutal conditions, this on machines that were built for reliability in the toughest of environments, using equipment that by modern standards were basic & tested under the most extreme of conditions. The Bullet Trials 500 houses the same, 499cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, four-stroke engine as on the Standard bikes, with fuel-injection, it thrums out a Bullet typical beat. The Trials makes ample low and mid-range grunt, producing 27.2bhp at 5100rpm & upto 43nm of torque, giving real useable flexibility, the 500 is a smooth motorcycle to ride. Equipped with a smooth shifting five-speed gearbox operated in a one-down, four-up shifted pattern, Bullet does what a Motorcycle was always meant to do. The Bullet Trials will not be for everyone, It’s not meant to be, those with an adventurous spirit & get it done at all costs outlook will know intrinsically why the Trials edition has a place in their heart, the bike is the start, where it takes you will only be limited by your available time and determination to explore the possibilities outside of the everyday.