Royal Enfield is taking over the Bike Shed for the weekend of 3rd & 4th October to offer an immersive “pure motorcycling” experience in the heart of London.
The basics are the same (engine, frame, brakes, etc.), with a few choice tweaks to give it that sporty edge (clip-ons instead of bars, smaller sculpted tank, smaller pegs set slightly further back).
We’re definitely going to see an electric bike from the Indian factory. We just don’t know when. This is the Photon. An electric Bullet-based [keep reading...]
There’s a load of parts and accessories available for Royal Enfield’s 650 Twins. The latest to catch our eye is TEC’s Stinger exhaust. There’s a [keep reading...]
Watsonian-Squire has been busy during lockdown, adding a splash of colour to Royal Enfield’s much loved Himalayan. Famous sidecar specialist and long-time Royal Enfield dealer [keep reading...]
The Custom Crew at Royal Enfield’s UK-based Technical Centre have been busy. They’ve turbocharged a Himalayan and called it the MJR Roach. Royal Enfield has [keep reading...]
Royal Enfield’s off RACING. Interceptor 650-based flat tracker WILL compete in the American Flat Track series.
Royal Enfield WILL compete in the American Flat Track race series – with its Interceptor 650-based FT bike that’s been built with the help of [keep reading...]
The Motorcycle Industry Association has just released its latest motorcycle and scooter registration stats – and there’s some good news for Royal Enfield. MCIA’s data [keep reading...]
Rumours have started swirling that Royal Enfield’s working on another bike built around its 650cc parallel twin engine. This time it’s a scrambler. This is [keep reading...]