Royal Enfield Classic 500 Despatch Edition Military Green Despatch

Royal Enfield has unveiled an all-new range of limited motorcycles based on its Classic 500 cruiser, called the 500 Despatch Edition. As its name suggets, the bike is inspired by the “despatch riders” of the two World Wars.

The Classic 500 Despatch Edition is distinguished from the regular Classic 500 cruiser by its special color options, each comes with a genuine Italian leather seat complemented by leather buckle straps for the Air Filter box, plus the exhaust, Tiger lamp casing, Front & rear indicators, engine and silencer are finished in matte-black . The 500 Despatch Edition will be available in three different army camouflage colors including Desert Storm Despatch, Squadron Blue Despatch and Military Green Despatch. The Classic 500 Military Green Despatch will not be sold in India and will be reserved exclusively for international markets, since the Indian military does not allow green color to be used for civilian use. Read more

2015 Royal Enfield Continental GT Black_3

Royal Enfield has unveiled the black version of its café racer model, the Royal Enfield Continental GT. The black model joins the other two existing options, red and yellow, which all of them will be available in April. Each is priced at £4,999.

Combined with its simplicity and traditional craftsmanship, the 2015 Royal Enfield Continental GT Black has a tan coloured seat with contrasting stitching instead of the standard black seat found on the red and yellow models. Read more

2014 Royal Enfield Continental GT Café Racer Unveiled in London_3

Royal Enfield has launched the 2014 Royal Enfield Continental GT Cafe Racer in the United Kingdom, in front of the Ace Cafe in London, the home of the cafe racer. About 48 lucky people had been given the opportunity to be among the first to burn up the new cafe racer from the Ace Cafe to Brighton, with a stop at the historic Brooklands museum, for the International launch of the Continental GT.

The 2014 Royal Enfield Continental GT is powered by Firm’s new 535cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine which has been developed from the Unit Construction Engine that currently powering Royal Enfield’s 500 models. The new engine has a 87mm bore instead of the old’s 84mm and also comes with an all-new ECU fuel mapping, giving it more power with a total an output of 28.7 hp at 5100 rpm and 32.5 ft-lb. at 4000 rpm compared to the old 499cc engine’s with 26.8 hp at 5250 rpm and 30.5 ft-lb. at 4000 rpm. Read more

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