So you want a retro bike. Do you buy a Triumph T100 Bonneville? A Royal Enfield Interceptor 650? A Moto Guzzi V7 III Special? A Kawasaki W800 Street?
S&S now offers wide range of performance parts for made-in-India 650 twins.
Siddhartha Lal will remain with Eicher Motors, but Vinod K. Dasari assumes control of Royal Enfield.
New made-in-India scramblers riff on the well-established Bullet line.
New scrambler is expected to be variation on existing 350 and 500 machines.
For now, Royal Enfield says this V-twin prototype is just for show, not for the showroom. But, it gives some hints to the company’s future. Here are a few details, and lots of photos.
Can a bike really be worth $35,000?
Costa surprises himself with his reaction to the Indian-built retro bikes.
The 2018 edition of Royal Enfield’s classic thumper gets ABS, improved rear brake and upgraded forks.
For now, the Indian manufacturer hasn’t released any sort of official timeline for the battery bike project’s completion.