Tuesday, 28 August 2018

Royal Enfield Launches Classic 350 Stormrider Sand and Airborne Blue with Dual Channel ABS

Royal Enfield has launched their first ever motorcycles Stormrider Sand and Airborne Blue which is equipped with dual channel ABS in India. This is in the form of Classic 350 special edition. This new special edition is called Classic Signals Edition.

The new Royal Enfield Classic 350 Stormrider Sand has been inspired by the men and motorcycles serving in the Indian Army at the border outposts in desert regions.

The new Royal Enfield Classic 350 Airborne Blue. It pays tribute to those serving in the Indian Air Force. The new Royal Enfield Classic Signals 350 pays tribute to the Indian Armed Forces.

Unlike Pegasus 500 which was only limited to 250 units which sold in a matter of just 178 seconds which left many buyers wanting for more but left invain. Those hardcore bullet lovers can now have their hands on Royal Enfield new Classic 350 Stormrider Sand and Airborne Blue with Dual Channel ABS. Royal Enfield announced the launch of their first ever motorcycle in India with dual channel ABS.

Considering that there is a huge demand for motorcycles which are marketed as ‘inspired from Armed Forces’, expect the Royal Enfield 350 Classic Signals to garner more sales for the Indian motorcycle brand ahead of the festive season.

New Royal Enfield 350 Classic Signals edition launch price is pegged at Rs 1.62 lakh (ex-showroom, Pune). That puts it at a premium of Rs 15,000 over the standard 350 variant. Classic Signals edition is not a limited offering but each bike will be numbered prominently on the tank.

These bikes have an exclusive paint scheme and offered in 2 colour choices called Stormrider Sand and Airborne Blue. A tall windscreen and panniers are on offer as accessories. 350 Classic Signals edition features a brown/tan seat and all-black finish for most other visible bits – engine, frame, wheels, exhaust, and handlebar and headlight bezel.

The new addition also gets a wind deflector in the front.

Classis 350 is the best selling Royal Enfield. The RE 350 was available in 7 colour options of Ash, Chestnut, Silver, Black, Redditch Red, Redditch Green, and Redditch Blue. With today’s launch, the RE 350 is available in two more colours of Stormrider Sand (Indian Army inspired) and Airborne Blue (Indian Air Force inspired).

Royal Enfield 350 ABS can be bought from any dealership across India. Soon, Royal Enfield will offer ABS on all their motorcycles in India. Expect the same to happen by February 2019.

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Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Royal Enfield Three new custom 650cc twins

Royal Enfield unveiled three custom motorcycles based on its yet-to-be-launched twin-cylinder platform. These bikes (Lock Stock, Rohini and Interceptor) were displayed at the seventh edition of the Wheels and Waves custom bike show in France.

The Lock Stock and Rohini have used the Continental GT 650 as the platform, while the Interceptor – as the name suggests – has used the Interceptor 650 as its platform.

1) Lock Stock – by Royal Enfield

The LockStock is based on Royal Enfield’s first ever 650-cc engine that will power the upcoming Interceptor and the Continental GT 650. The bike has been transformed into a high-performance dragster. Most of the parts that we see on the bike have been replaced with newer customised parts except for the fuel tank and the engine.

2) Rohini – by Young Guns Speed Shop

The Young Guns Speed Shop has taken the café racer approach to this build. The bike features a strange but interesting paint job that takes inspiration from India’s space program and the Rohini satellites. The bulbous café racer fairing, the flat seat and the boxy tail section give the motorcycle a retro appearance. The bike is finished in bare aluminium and has reflective paint on some of the body work.


 3) The Interceptor – by Old Empire Motorcycles

Old Empire Motorcycles decided to take a different approach to their model. They took an interceptor 650 and took off all of the parts they found unnecessary. The bike features a deep metallic red paint job and a leather seat. This bike also has a lowered stance and a blacked-out motor, which make it look aggressive. Another nice touch is how the custom bike maker has hidden away the bike's wires and cables. This Interceptor also comes fitted with keyless ignition, replacing the metal key one would find on a regular Interceptor.

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Saturday, 9 June 2018

Royal Enfield Himalayan amazingly modified to a Scrambler

The ultimate scrambler you will see below in the video is the Royal Enfield Himalayan based and names as SCRAM212 by MOTOKRAFT. The Royal Enfield Himalayan is currently the only affordable offroad 400cc bike in its category you can buy from the global leader of mid sized motorcycles Royal Enfield. Although tried and tested from Jammu & Kashmir to Kanyakumari and the Roads of UK, creative minds still bring out the best out of anything so is done in SCRAM212.

Initially you will see that new scrambler has been redesigned and recreated so many times which came out to be a masterpiece afterwards. The motorcycle looks like a complete scrambler with all the off-roading capabilities. Every aspect of stock bike has been changed in terms of looks let it be headlight, tank paint, rear look, seat etc. The front head light is LED which gives a complete character to the bike which is protected with metal protector which further consists of small LED which gives it entirely new face.

The original fairing has been done away with and the motorcycle also gets a new handlebar. The original fuel tank seems to have been retained but has been given a new dual-tone colour scheme. Also, it looks like the original instrumentation has been retained. Another highlight of the side profile is the new seat, which is much smaller than the twin-seat setup of the stock motorcycle. However, the biggest talking point here is the new exhaust system that has been set higher than the original unit. Also, the motorcycle seems to have got slightly wider rubber along with new paint for the spoke wheels.

The side profile attracts alot as the SCRAM212 loses its rear fender resulting in enhanced offroad capability with a custom tail light which give it much leaner look than usual. We appreciate the work done by Motokraft to bring out the best out of Himalayan. The SCRAM12 as seen in video give aggressive looks than stock and we really hope all the much needed perfomance enhancements done are done by them to create a masterpiece.

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Thursday, 7 June 2018

Royal Enfield Cruise Control for just Rs 30 - Watch how a passionate rider Did it!

In this video you will see how a passionate Royal Enfield Rider or a Bulleteer has designed and fabricated the cheapest cruise control which can be installed on any bike.

 He shows this piece of metal, that has been bent to fit over the handle of the bike while the other end is hooked to clip over the brake. An adjustable nut and bolt fits in place to adjust the tension and the bike is ready to go.

Look Ma! No Hands!

Designed to fit over any bike, the grip and lever combination allows the biker to adjust tension and even remove it from the bike when not in use. It is versatile enough to fit onto any bike and offers ultra low cost cruise control.

The video shows off how the contraption is fitted onto the bike and the way in which it helps in cruise control limiting speed of the bike. It should be noted however, that this system is not for use for daily commute in traffic but only helpful for long distance touring.

Cruise control main job that it sets up cruising at a certain speed. In doing so the rider can let go of the throttle completely as cruise controls hold the bike at a steady speed.

The rider in this video solved his problem of not accerating again and again or hold it to attain certain speed, he created a device instead which will help many many bikers to who owns biked without the cruise control feature. At a price of Rs. 30 Royal Enfield Bullet CLUB appreciates the passion of the rider to let others know how to fix the problem like a pro. 

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Wednesday, 6 June 2018

KTM Duke 390 Upside Down in Middle of Road After Accident

In this video you will see how you bang straight away when you move your attention away from road. Rider being at speed of 50-80 kmph riding in medium traffic suddenly bangs in the car which just stopped in the middle of the road for god knows what reason. Unfortunately rider's eyes were off the road and he hit the bumper which makes him fall but what make me surprised is that KTM lies on road upside down.

Rider also thanked the lady in the video who reacted first and helped him through the situation.

Later you can see two guys took initaitive and bring back KTM to normal position as how it meant to be on road.

Check Video: 

Source: KC Diaries

Rider Mentions:

One of the bad day to be remembered...
Even we ride safely with helmet , things like this will happen..
It being a junction ,I was watching on my right and in a split second these happened...
The lucky part is I wearing helmet and going slow..
be safe ride safe.


Royal Enfield Bullet CLUB urge every rider to ride safe, wear proper riding gear, keep your eyes on road because someone is waiting for you at home.

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Sunday, 3 June 2018

Upcoming Royal Enfield Scrambler leaked images surfaced the Internet | Royal Enfield Bullet CLUB

Royal Enfield Scrambler Leaked Images Surfaced the Internet. Yet not cleared if it is a new model to be launched by Royal Enfield or a modification being done at workshop. However it really seems a Scrambler as Bike is completely stock with upswept stock exhaust which makes us curios about this. 

Other noticeable things in this picture is a sporty rear mudguard and rubber fork covers which were usually seen in Bullet Electra Deluxe Export Models.

Previously when Thunderbird 350/500x images were leaked nobody believed them as it looked like a modification done on stock Thunberbird however when launched it turned out to be a heartthrob.

Fingers crossed. Stay tuned for more updates.

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Friday, 1 June 2018

Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus Edition - The Inspiration Video

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Viral Video of June 2018 | Bullet 500 vs Duke 200 vs Pulsar 220

In this Video you can see a Bullet 500 dragging KTM 200 and Pulsar 220. In the middle of Tug Of War first the PULSAR 220 rider falls off following the KTM 200 Rider. Pulsar 220 almost took a wheelie using all of its torque to drag Bullet 500 but failed, Miserabely.

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Wednesday, 30 May 2018


A couple of days ago, At an event organised by The Bike Shed, Royal Enfield unveiled a purpose-built dragster based on the 650cc twins. Featuring a long, low-slung design the LockStock shares its engine and fuel tank with the Continental GT 650. These seem to be the only parts shared with the standard bike – the frame, cycle parts and body panels all differ from the Continental GT.

The LockStock is based on Royal Enfield’s first ever 650-cc engine that will power the upcoming Interceptor and the Continental GT 650. The bike has been transformed into a high-performance dragster. Most of the parts that we see on the bike have been replaced with newer customised parts except for the fuel tank and the engine.

The face of the motorcycle is formed by a neat-looking LED ring housed in what appears to be a carbon-fibre front screen. The front mudguard extends quite far forward and closely hugs the tyre. Two bulbous belly pan units are present on either side of the bike, and these house its large exhaust exits.

With Exceptional and aggressive looks, LockStock sees changes in every part right from the chassis, seat design, handlebar and headlamps. Body panels and rims along with tyres and suspension have also been given a makeover with the modifiers only retaining the engine and fuel tank from its stock Continental GT 650. LockStock sports a single seat with drop bar handlebars. And a most attractive parts is the ring on the fornt which is appreciated much by RE Fans.

The front suspension has been replaced with new upside down ones from Ohlins. The suspension is set at the minimum height to ensure precision riding and reduce the bike’s height for a lower centre of gravity. A steering damper from the chassis has been attached to the suspension. It will keep the bike stable at high speeds and will eliminate the tank slapper. It also gets a new handlebar which allows the rider to sit close to the tank and make the bike more streamlined at high speed.

Propulsion comes from the 648cc parallel-twin engine seen on the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. In stock form, this motor puts out 48hp at 7,100rpm and 52Nm of torque at 4,000rpm when mated to a six-speed gearbox. Although it would be wise to expect a very different state of tune, especially since the LockStock also carries what seems to be a nitrous can behind its engine.

Prices in Australia have been revealed at AUD 10,000 (INR 5 lakhs) and AUD 10,400 (INR 5.24 lakhs) respectively. It will rival the Harley Davidson 750.

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Tuesday, 22 May 2018

Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus Edition 2018 Unveiled | Limited Edition

Royal Enfield has now unveiled a new limited edition variant of the Classic 500 in the UK. The Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus Edition, the new variant is inspired from the legendary flying flea 125 model of Royal Enfield England and pays homage to the Royal Enfield RE/WD 125 motorcycle which was used by British paratroopers during World War II.


The RE/WD or Fluing Flea 125 were air-dropped at battlefields. The lightweight, 2-stroke motorcycle was popular among messengers as they could carry the bike on their shoulders when the trenches were too deep to be ridden over. It was deployed behind enemy lines via parachutes and onboard the Horsa Glider to provide communications support along with acting as a quick mobility platform for the forward units of the Airborne Pegasus Over 4,000 were deployed across various theatres of war, including in Normandy during D-Day.

Only 1000 units of the Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus Edition will be manufactured and just 250 units will go on sale in India. The limited edition motorcycle has been priced at GBP 4,999 (approx. Rs 4.56 lakh) in the UK market and we expect the 500 Pegasus to retail for around Rs 2 lakh (ex-showroom) in our country.

The New Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus Edition gets military canvas panniers and these look identical to the units used during World War II. In order to do justice to the World War II treatment, the new Pegasus Edition has been fitted with blacked out exhaust, headlamp bezel, air filter and rims. Each model has a unique number on the fuel tank to offer a distinct identity.

The limited edition motorcycle will feature a Pegasus logo on the fuel tank. Adding to the period look are the military-style canvas panniers, leather strap with brass buckles on the air box, and tank badge as used on the Flying Flea. Taking the retro theme ahead are the blacked out elements like the exhaust muffler, engine, rims, handlebar and headlight bezel. Internationally, the Classic 500 Pegasus will be offered in two colour options - Olive Drab Green and Service Brown, and only the brown shade will be sold in India. The engine case and the swingarm have also been painted in the same shade as the body colour. All the motorcycles will carry a unique serial number which will be stencilled on the fuel tank.

Although, the Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus Edition is identical to the Classic 500 Export Model in terms of powering the motorcycle is a 499 cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine delivering 27.6hp at 5250 rpm and 41.3Nm of peak torque at 4000 rpm. The cycle parts and 194kg kerb weight also remain identical to the Classic 500.

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