Royal Enfield has forged itself a pretty strong reputation as this name is around since the 1950s. Royal Enfield started as a British company, but after a while the name was bought by Indians and today Royal Enfield’s motorcycles are assembled in India.
In terms of style, the company’s motorcycles didn’t change too much since the 1950s. However, Royal Enfield’s models are fitted with modern engines and new technologies.
The Royal Enfield Bullet 500 B5 is built in the image of the legendary iron barrel Bullet 350 and features a vintage design language that puts practicality and simplicity on the first place. The motorcycle is powered by a single cylinder, 4-Stroke, spark ignition, air cooled, OHV engine with a displacement of 499 cc. The engine’s output is rated at 27.5 BHP and 41.3 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm.
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The 2013 Royal Enfield Bullet 500 features the vintage look that made Royal Efield’s motorcycles famous. But while the design language may be old, the engine and technologies used for this model are contemporary. Its single cylinder, 4 stroke engine has a displacement of 499cc and cranks out a maximum power of 27.2 bhp at 5250 rpm and 41.3 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm.
The Bullet 500 is the culmination of over 8 decades of legacy, of the longest running model in continuous production. The motorcycle is built since 1932 and during its long history the motorcycle managed to impress us with its unique styling and ride feel.
The stopping power is assured by 280mm front disc brakes. Other features include the Headlamp nacelle, housing speedometer and ammeter, a comfortable seat contoured for comfortable seating position, and the traditional mudguard with subframe.
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Royal Enfield was initially a British company which used to build motorcycles back in the 1950s. Despite many difficulties the name continued to survive till our days through Indian built versions.
The relation between Royal Enfield and India began in 1956 when an Indian factory started to assemble Royal Enfield bikes. After nine years, the British company was officially dead, but the Indians continued to build bikes and in 1995 they bought the rights to use the British name. It’s a pretty complicated story, but we’re glad to see that such a classic name wasn’t lost in the fog of history.
The 2013 Royal Enfield Bullert G5 has a classic style which underlines the old origins of the company. Though, the vintage look is mixed with a pretty modern engine which has a 499 cc displacement and offers a maximum output of 27.5 BHP.
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Royal Enfield launched the 2013 Bullet 350 Twinspark. The motorcycle features a distinctive vintage design language which is typical for the Royal Enfield.
In terms of design the motorcycle is easily distinguished by its classic lines, the imposing headlight and nut shaped fuel tank. You’ll also like the traditional mudguard with subframe.
At the heart of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Twinspark you’ll find a Single Cylinder, 4 stroke, Twinspark 346cc engine which puts out 19.8 hp at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm. The engine is mated on a five speed constant mesh gearbox combined with a wet, multi-plate clutch.
Compared to the previous model the 2013 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Twinspark features a long wheel base and bigger tyres which provide increased stability and road grip, making it ideal for long distance travel.
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The Royal Enfield Bullet Electra Twinspark is vintage looking motorcycle which puts practicality on the first place. Despite its rugged style, the motorcycle offers a pretty comfortable riding position thanks to its slightly raised handlebar and the ergonomically designed seat. In terms of styling the latest Electra still keeps it simple following the lines of the traditional Bullet.
Among the distinctive features offered by the 2013 Royal Enfield Bullet Electra Twinspark you’ll find the modern UCE with heavier crank-shaft, a traditional mudguard with subframe, a pronounced ’Thump’ from exhaust note and the black tank with hand painted pin striping.
The 2013 Royal Enfield Bullet Electra Twinspark is propelled by a single cylinder, 4 stroke, Twinspark engine with a displacement of 346cc. The engine delivers a maximum output of 19.8 bhp at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm.
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The First and Second World Wars were a tough test for military vehicles and motorcycles and during this period of time there were made many technical advancements in terms of reliability and efficiency. The perfect war motorcycle was rugged, had all terrain capability, and had enough punch to move you from point A to B as fast as possible.
Back then, Royal Enfield was one of the few motorcycle manufacturers who provided motorcycles for military use. Since then, the company continued to build tough and reliable bikes, and today its models continue to be appreciated for their “bullet proof“ build quality, simple mechanics and classic style.
One of the modern motorcycles built by the company is the 2013 Royal Enfield Bullet C5 Military, which is basically a vintage looking bike which draws inspiration from the War era.
The motorcycle is powered by a single cylinder, 4-stroke, spark ignition, air cooled, OHV engine which has a 499 cc displacement.
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Royal Enfield builds motorcycles since the First World War and its models served many soldiers on the battlefield. Needless to say that Royal Enfield’s motorcycles had a rugged character and were reliable to the core, two attributes that made them perfectly suited for the harsh playground of the war.
Fortunately the company managed to survive until our days and its new bikes are as rugged and reliable as their predecessors.
The Royal Enfield Bullet C5 Chrome features the bold, award-winning design of the Bullet C5 Classic, which is considered by many like a magical link between past and present. Compared the standard Bullet C5 Classic, the Royal Enfield Bullet C5 Chrome received a complete chrome treatment which gives it a distinctive look.
At the heart of the motorcycle lies a single cylinder, 4-stroke, spark ignition, air cooled, OHV engine with a capacity of 499 cc. The engine is rated at 27.5 BHP and 41.3 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm.
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Classic meets modern in the new 2013 Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500. The motorcycle features an old school design language which draws inspiration from the 1950s. Among the most important style details there are the big headlight, the fluid fuel tank and the robust exhaust pipes. We also like the comfortable seat which offers enough space for two people and the old school handlebars.
At the heart of the bike beats a powerful single cylinder, 4 stroke, twinspark, air cooled 500 cc engine. The engine has a displacement of 499 cc and cranks out 27.2 bhp 5250 rpm and 41.3 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm.
Other features worthy of being mentioned are the 20 litre fuel tank, digital meter console and LED tail lights. The motorcycle is offered in a distinctive "black" styling, which gives it a pretty aggressive look.
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At the heart of the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 beats a pretty lively 350 cc single cylinder, 4 stroke, Twinspark, air cooled engine. The engine rewards you with a maximum power of 19.8 bhp achieved at 5250 rpm and 28Nm of torque available at its peak at 4000 rpm. The engine sends it power to the rear wheel through a 5 Speed Constant Mesh transmission which is paired with a wet, multi-plate clutch.
Despite its vintage look, the motorcycle offers a pretty good riding position thanks to its comfortable saddle and the ergonomically designed handlebar. You’ll also like its generous 20 litre tank, digital meter console, retractable foot pegs and LED tail lamps.
The Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 is offered with a distinctive "black" styling which gives it a pretty aggressive character. For 2013, the motorcycle gets an improved chassis and fresh suspensions.
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Royal Enfield proved its value during the First and Second World War and since then the company’s motorcycles have received constant upgrades. Today the Roayl Enfield motorcycles are fitted with modern technologies and contemporary engines, but they keep the same vintage look of their ancestors.
Due to their unique appearance, the Royal Enfield models won a pretty special place in many hearts and there are a lot of old-school fans who love their tasty mix of classic lines and modern features.
The Classic Desert Storm is covered in a “sand” paint scheme which reminds us of the war era when Royal Enfield motorcycles proved their capabilities and battle worthiness by impeccable service to soldiers in harsh conditions of the desert.
At the heart of the bike beats a single cylinder air-cooled pushrod engine which puts out 27.2 bhp at 5250 rpm and 41.3 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm.
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