Why are Royal Enfield motorcycles so popular
Royal Enfield Himalayan
Expeditions over decades. Thousands of kilometers were covered in the most difficult types of terrain. Years of living and developing with a machine built for the mountains. That's how we created the #Himalayan, our first dedicated motorcycle. See how it was designed to be tough, versatile and adaptable to all types of terrain.
Royal Enfield Bullet 500
What began in 1932 also offers pure driving pleasure for today's generation of motorcyclists. The Bullet, Royal Enfield's basic model, is the motorcycle that has been on the market and in production longest in the company's history. A unique, hand-painted petrol tank, the unique roll knock (?) And a constant expression of the philosophy of the Royal Enfield for a simple design and resilient construction make the Bullet a living legend on two wheels.
Bullet Trials 500
Introduced in 1948, the groundbreaking 350cc Bullet Trial was the first production motorcycle with swing arm suspension. Two years later, a gifted 18-year-old moved to Royal Enfield. John Victor Brittain, commonly known as Johnny Brittain, became the star on this motorcycle. Click here to see the legend Johnny Brittain interview with motorcycle historian Gordon G. May.
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Royal Enfield Classic Motorcycles
There is a time to ride a motorcycle and a time to relax, sit back and watch the stars of the universe shine in all their glory. To remember the joys and pains of the past day and look forward to what the next day will bring. Here, in the dark, discover the other side of your motorcycle history, with a motorcycle that has been sleeping under the night sky since 1901.
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Royal Enfield Continental GT
England, 1960s. Young men and women gathered around cafes on their stripped-down motorcycles, creating a culture that developed its own style. The #ContinentalGT corresponds to this time. The machine with a story takes you back to a time when motorcycling was about expressing your attitude. Watch the movie to experience the cultural phenomenon that just doesn't want to die.
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Royal Enfield Interceptor
Marks the return of Royal Enfield's most popular classic motorcycles. Dating from a time when it was only important that the California sun was in the sky and the waves were high enough for surfing, the new Interceptor retains all of the charm that made it a legend. Here is the story of their resurgence.
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