Royal Enfield presents the Scram 411
A Street Scrambler with the heart of an adventure motorbike
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 well-known LS-410 engine platform and a Harris Performance chassis, the Scram 411 is designed to combine 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 new bright colours of the Scram 411 are meant to be a nod to street art culture, combining light and dark hues. The entry-level variant of the Scram 411 comes in Graphite Yellow, Graphite Red and Graphite Blue - all with "Gunmetal Grey" tank, complemented by coloured tank stickers and matching rim tapes. The top variant in two colourways - White Flame and Silver Spirit - features two tank colours with unique graphics.
The Scram 411 has a digital-analogue instrument cluster that provides easy access to key information on the digital screen. It also features an automatic counter, trip meter, time display, fuel gauge with low fuel warning and maintenance indicator. The Royal Enfield Tripper navigation system, a turn-by-turn navigation system, is available as standard on all variants of the Scram 411.
19-inch front wheel for more agility on the Royal Enfield Scram 411.
The telescopic front suspension with 41 mm fork and 190 mm travel and the rear suspension with 180 mm travel and monoshock linkage ensure stable and safe handling in changing road conditions. The change in riding geometry is brought about by the 19-inch front tyre. Together with the 17-inch rear tyres, these are elements that give the motorbike nimble handling.
Ergonomics of the Royal Enfield Scram 411
The seat of the new Scram 411 has been revised to increase comfort on long rides in the saddle. The classic look is underlined by a seat with a quilted look, which is suitable for solo riders as well as for pillion rides.
The rest of the ergonomics have also been revised for a scrambler-fitting position. The handlebars remain high and wide to allow for standing riding on the Scram.
An old acquaintance - Engine of the Royal Enfield Scram 411
The Scram 411 is powered by the air-cooled 411cc SOHC single cylinder engine with fuel injection known from the Himalayan. The engine has a maximum power of 24 hp at 6500 rpm and a maximum torque of 32 Nm at 4000 to 4500 rpm. This may not sound like much at first glance, and it won't take the handlebars out of anyone's hands, but this is precisely where the machine's charm lies: in its decelerated gliding along. Numerous adventurers have also proven on their world journeys that less is sometimes more.
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