Backed by over a century of crafting motorcycles which have actively driven the passions and lifestyles of enthusiasts all over the world Royal Enfield today largely classifies its creations into the basic three distinct lines as depicted below. A distinct philosophy defines how each of these categories is unique in itself and signifies a special turn of events or a landmark occurrence in lifestyle changes which lead to the emergence of these motorcycles.
Starting off as a unique British overhead valve single cylinder design boasts of the longest production run of any motorcycle having remained continuously in production since 1932. The Bullet marque is the oldest in our family and the names as its evident derives from the company's links with the Royal Small Arms Factory in Enfield, London. Its unique hand-painted pinstripes and bold black tank along with the headlamp casing adorning the ‘tiger eyes’ pilot lamps signify the visual appeal. Packed with modern features now and still much in demand this motorcycle is definitely here to stay.
Is a journey back in time for Royal Enfield. This motorcycle is clothed in a disarmingly appealing post war styling and 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. It is oft said that the view is simply better when you are astride a Royal Enfield Classic whether moving or still. Nothing more to be said. The Classic Battle Green and Desert Storm 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.
Is a cruiser style motorcycle first introduced in the year 2002 with an AVL lean burn engine and five-speed gearbox. It was designed exclusively for the Indian market and revolutionised how highway riding and leisure motorcycle shaped itself in the country. The AVL Engine was later replaced by the Unit Construction engine and in 2012 with the advent of the Thunderbird 500 this family matured up to become the flagship of the stable and redefine how Royal Enfield addresses the needs of the enthusiasts and riders