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Building a ROYAL ENFIELD takes almost a week.
All components are prepared by traditional handicraft and are assembled according to today's specifications.
All screws and nuts are inserted and tightened by hand. The golden trim lines on the gasoline tank are pulled by hand with a tow brush.
Even the final test run is manual work, in the traditional way, through a personal test run on the test track.
This makes every ROYAL ENFIELD unique and special.
With a ROYAL ENFIELD you don't get any retro machine, but a rare, handmade motorcycle.
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As a friend of the exclusive, you too will be amazed by this unique driving experience of a ROYAL ENFIELD
An original with character and soul
Those who call a ROYAL ENFIELD their own have a motorcycle of the oldest motorcycle brand in the world and with the irresistible charm of a classic car, combined with modern technology and reliability.
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The history of Royal Enfield motorcycles
R. W. Smith and Albert Eadie take over the management of the Townsend Cycle Company in Redditch, United Kingdom. Shortly thereafter, they begin supplying precision machine parts to the Royal Enfield Small Arms Factory in Enfield, Middlesex. Your company is renamed Enfield Manufacturing Company Limited (limited liability production company)
Enfield Manufacturing Ltd. becomes a Royal Enfield - "Royal" is taken over by Royal Small Arms Company. The "Made Like a Gun" trademark is introduced.
R. W. Smith designs the prototype of a motorized vehicle, a four-wheeled bicycle known as the Quadricycle. It uses a copyrighted 1 1/2 hp De Dion engine.
Royal Enfield enters motorsport when one of his quadbikes takes part in a 1000-mile trial. The event convinces the British public of the feasibility of motorised transport.
The first Royal Enfield motorcycle is produced. It was designed by R. W. Smith and Frenchman Jules Goliet and has a 1 1/2 hp Minerva engine mounted in front of the steering head. The axle drive is mounted on the rear wheel with a raw leather belt.
The first motorcycle with a 2-stroke engine goes into production completely. Under the increased involvement of The United Kingdom in the Second World War, production of all other Royal Enfield motorcycles will be discontinued and production will be focused on this machine as well as on the company's largest motorcycle, the 770cc 6 hp V-Twin.
The ongoing development leads to a range of 8 models, including the launch of the Sports Model 351, the first Royal Enfield 350cc OHV motorcycle with 4-stroke engine and foot shift lever. It is powered by a JAP motor. A 225cc 2-stroke step-through "women's model" is also launched.
Royal Enfield takes over a saddle tank instead of the overhauled flat bottom tank. The company is also one of the first motorcycle companies to change their front fork system from a druid design to central-cushioned trapezoidal forks.
The decade begins with a wide range of eleven models, ranging from the 225cc 2-stroke engine model A to the 976cc-V-Twin Model K. The 350 and 500cc machines are also manufactured with dry sump lubrication on the side and top valves.
The legendary "Bullet" motorcycle is born. It was first exhibited in November 1932 at the important Earls Court Motorcycle Show in London. Three versions: 250, 350 and 500cc are available, all equipped with inclined "sloper" motors, double inlet cylinder heads, foot shift levers and high compression pistons.
Cecil Barrow drives a 500cc bullet at the Isle of Man TT and finishes the race in 8th place with an average speed of 119 km/h. This is Royal Enfield 's last factory-sponsored participation in the event. The 500cc Bullet will undergo radical changes the following year, with the release of a new sporty version, the JF model, which is equipped with a 4-valve cylinder head.
Royal Enfield produced large quantities of motorcycles and bicycles during World War II. The most famous military model is the 125cc "Airborne" motorcycle, known as the Flying Flea. This 125cc 2-stroke engine can be built into a specially crafted parachute cradle and dropped behind enemy lines with paratroopers.
The 350cc Bullett prototype with rear wing suspension suspension is presented in the Colmore Cup Trial Test in March 1948. Two Bullets are part of the victorious British team in the 1948 ISDT (International Six Day Trial), which was held in Italy. Both riders win gold medals.
The new 350cc Bullet and 500 Twin models will be launched in the UK. Both motorcycles have the same frame, swing arm suspension, telescopic wheel forks and gearboxes. K. R. Sundaram Iyer founded Madras Motors to import British motorcycles into India. In addition to Norton and Matchless machines, he also sells Royal Enfields.
Madras Motors receives an order from the Indian Army for 800 350cc Bullet motorcycles. The motorcycles arrive from Redditch at the beginning of 1953 and turn out to be a great success because they are both durable and easy to maintain. Johnny Brittain wins the prestigious Scottish Six Days Trial on his 350cc Bullet motorcycle, "HNP 331".
Redditch is establishing a partnership with Madras Motors in India to found Enfield India. Work begins on the construction of a dedicated factory in Tiruvottiyur, near Madras.
The Tiruvottiyur factory is put into operation and the licensed production of bullets is started. The initial production is based on machines that come from England in the form of a kit, which are then assembled in Madras. A total of 163 bullets will be produced by the end of the year.
Johnny Brittain wins the Scottisch Six Days Trial for the second time on a Bullet Motorcycle and also wins the British Trials Championship. The 250cc Crusader model is launched in the UK. With an output of 13 hp, the motorcycle offers a motor unit and three-phase electrics with battery ignition.
The iconic Continental GT Café Racer motorcycle is launched with great success when a team of photojournalists from John 'o Groats drive to Lands End in less than 24 hours over 7 laps on the Silverstone circuit. The GT offers features such as a racing petrol tank, plug-in handlebars, rear footrests, a racing hump seat, rev counter and a curved exhaust.
With only two models in production at the beginning of the year – the 250cc Continental GT and the 736cc Interceptor – the Redditch plant from Royal Enfield. Intercontinental production will continue at enfield's underground facility in Bradford on AVON .
Royal Enfield India begins exporting the 350cc Bullet to the UK and Europe. Sales are growing rapidly as motorcycles become increasingly popular among classic British motorcycle fans.
A new 24 hp 500cc bullet is launched. The motorcycle is mainly intended for export markets, where it is available in the Classic, Deluxe and Superstar versions together with the 350.
Enfield India produces the world's first mass-produced diesel motorcycle. Known as Enfield Diesel, it uses an extremely fuel-efficient 325 cc drive unit installed in the chassis of the Standard Bullet.
The Eicher Group acquires Enfield India Limited. The company will be renamed Royal Enfield Motors Limited.
Forty Royal Enfield motorcycles travel to Khardung La, the world's highest motorcycle-passing mountain pass, creating a precedent for fabulous rides in the world's most difficult terrain.
The Daredevils, the motorcycle showman of the Indian Army Corps in Signals, Jabalpur, forms a human pyramid of 201 men on ten 350cc Enfield motorcycles, which run a distance of over 200 meters.
The Thunderbird, an elegant lean motor cruiser, is launched in India. It has the first five-speed transmission used in Redditch since 1965 on a Royal Enfield . More than 1000 Royal Enfield motorcycles of all ages arrive in Redditch for the Royal Enfield Owner's Club Redditch Revisited event.
The Electra X, an export bullet with a 500cc version of a fully alloyed lean motor, goes on sale. The retro-style "Bullet Machismo" is rated "Best Cruiser" in a TNS Autocar survey.
Royal Enfield celebrates its 50th anniversary in India.
Royal Enfield begins exporting the Classic, India's first 500cc EFI, Euro III compliant motorcycle, to European markets. Thunderbird Twinspark is launched in India with the new Unit Construction Engine (UCE).
The 500cc UCE engine is launched in India. The Classic version in retro style immediately achieves cult status and sales grow rapidly.
The company is running its first annual "One Ride," with all Royal Enfield riders around the world being encouraged to ride a motorcycle on the first Sunday in April. Royal Enfield acquires 125,000m2 of land in Oragadam near Chennai for its new factory. A trip organized by the factory crosses the border with the "Nepal Tour".
Royal Enfield introduces its first highway cruiser on the market, the all-black Thunderbird 500. Work on the new factory in Oragadam continues rapidly, while the Tiruvottiyur plant sets new production records.
Royal Enfield , production begins at its second site in Oragadam, Tamil Nadu. With increased capacity, the state-of-the-art factory will become the core of the company's global goals in the future.
Forty-eight years after the development of the world's first production of the Cafe Racer, Royal Enfield is introducing the completely new Continental GT. Rockers, critics and riders agree that this motorcycle offers a never-before-seen driving pleasure.
Royal Enfield introduces a new sales experience with the opening of the first exclusive equipment store of its kind in Khan Market, New Delhi.
Royal Enfield former partner company Harris Performance from the UK, a motorcycle construction and development company, to expand its design and product design expertise.
Royal Enfield establishes its first direct sales subsidiary outside India in North America. Royal Enfield 's North American headquarters are located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Royal Enfield introduces the Himalayas. With the completely new LS410 engine and the off-road suspension, it promises unique driving pleasure on all roads and off-road.
Royal Enfield brings its fully operational technology centre in the UK to Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground, Leicester.
Royal Enfield starts production from its third manufacturing plant in Vallam, near Chennai
Royal Enfield unveils "The Twins" at the EICMA Motor Show, Milan, and the Rider Mani
Royal Enfield offers something for everyone!
CONTINENTAL GT 650
The Himalayan combines Royal Enfield's historic Himalayan experience with an all-new engine and terrain-tested suspension. The result? A machine that will take you on a 3-week tour as easily as a 30-minute jaunt.
The Continental GT retains the quintessential café racer character while carrying new technology and bringing design enhancements, in the process providing a taut, forward stance that gives it a sporty look and dynamic shape. The rider feels at one with his machine, whether commuting on city streets or sporting on country roads.
The Interceptor 650 harkens back to the idea of fun-oriented, relaxed motorbikes from the 1960s. With its classic, teardrop-shaped tank, quilted double seat and particularly wide handlebars, the Interceptor 650 embodies the impressive roadster concept exactly.
The Meteor 350 takes on the legacy of a Royal Enfield icon from the 1950s. Introduced in 1952, the Meteor was already a highly acclaimed touring motorbike within the Royal Enfield family that manifested its good reputation over many miles and a long time. The new Easy Cruiser Meteor 350 skilfully transfers the special features of its predecessor into the modern age.
The Rebirth of the Classic - A Legendary Model Returns
With the Classic 350, Royal Enfield presents the successor model to the popular 500. Authentic in look, the new Classic is based on the current technology of the Meteor 350. Whether on the country road, in curves or in the city - the versatile and timeless Classic is designed for effortless rideability. With its perfectly tuned fuel injection, easy-shifting gears and balancer shaft, the new Classic 350 offers an extremely refined riding experience that soothes, enchants and delights the rider.
Royal Enfield presents the Scram 411
A Street Scrambler with the heart of an adventure bike!
The off-road proven and widely appreciated characteristics of the Himalayan have now become the inspiration for a more urban scrambler-style evolution - the Scram 411. Based on Royal Enfield's renowned LS-410 engine platform and a Harris Performance chassis, the Scram 411 combines agility on urban roads with off-road capability. Targeted changes to the riding geometry and ergonomics make the Scram 411 ideal for riding in the city, but also for trails away from city traffic.
"The Hunter 350 is a nimble, agile and handleable motorbike"
The Hunter 350 is a nimble, agile and very manageable motorbike with modern features & trendy colours and a pleasant engine performance and the unmistakable sound.
With a ROYAL ENFIELD, you don't get just any retro machine, but a rare, handmade motorbike.
An original with character and soul
Each Royal Enfield motorbike impresses with its own unique, authentic character and style and is equipped with beautiful, high-quality finished details. High-quality equipment in suspension and brakes ensures agile and dynamic handling, while ABS ensures maximum safety and control.
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