A new Royal Enfield motorcycle has been shown at the British Motorcycle Live 2010 show.
Based on a flat-track look, the Royal Enfield Fury is a derivation of the fuel-injected 28 hp, Electra 500 model, and comes with two mufflers, wide handlebars, a digital dash, thin racing seat, and some chrome touches.
According to Britain’s MCN, the Fury will retail for about £5,800 in the U.K. No telling if the Canadian importer will bring it over.
Wow…a Dunlop K81, the 1970 high performance tire to have! :roll
luv it!just LUUUV IT!any of you queer types wanna go for a ride?
Hamburger for the price of steak and lobster.
Not a bad commuter, around town kind of a bike. The problem is the price. Very expensive for what it is.
Doesn’t Honda already own that name?
Plus ONE Peter Illneverbeabletopronounceyourlastname.
But, at 58hun quid and 28 hp, I think I’ll have to stick
to RZ realities and KTM dreams.
Is that a drum rear brake?
Stylish commuter bike. Not sure about the horn placement but what the heck – How much did you say it was?
I love the look. Its such a shame that the engine doesn’t live up to it though. Not that I’m slamming the engine, it is good for what its meant for, but it just doesn’t have the performance to live up to live up to the rest of the package.
I kinda like that!
thats a hot mess
Fugly AND expensive – sheesh !