Sales are the lowest Royal Enfield has seen in years.
Line of add-on bits includes oil cooler guard, headlight guard and more.
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.