The company had sold 27,294 units in the pandemic-hit May 2021
The tale of how the irrepressible Bullet chewed up Indian streets
The Shwet Ashw team of the Corps of Military Police set the benchmark for motorcycle display riding teams even as it continues to break new ground.
The company had reported sales of 53,298 units in the same month last year.
The ASC Tornadoes team built a monster bike, using a 500cc Royal Enfield as the base machine to create a world record of mounting 58 men on a single bike that remains unbroken till date
Stunt riding is fraught with risks most of the time, and even the best in the business can bite the dust. But it takes inner steel to get back in the saddle of a bike after a severe injury.
It’s not just a matter of props and attachments. There are extra weights, and stronger rims and spokes.
How the BSF motorcycle team made 13 world records, with 17 claimants, in a single year
A series of pictures of a Royal Enfield bike at the snowbound Khardung La shot by award-winning photographer, Arun Nangla, helped to the redefine the brand...
The fastest Royal Enfield ever made in India dominated the Indian Grand Prix for more than 20 years.
The trusty Royal Enfield served the needs of the Indian Army from the rugged heights of the Himalayas to the scorching plains of North-Western India, both in...
Most hail from humble backgrounds, are helped by parents; the forces give them respect and honour
The Royal Enfield WD/RE is, perhaps, the most well-known motorcycle for the role it played in World War II. The delicious irony is that the majority of...
They are the riders from hell. Within each one brews a storm, to do daredevil acts.
Powerful & delicate, mechanical & natural, they perform perfect acts
The base-spec Thunderbird will get a rear drum brake, single-channel ABS and a lower sticker price
Are you scratching your head to find out what’s different between the two Classic 350s? Don’t worry, we are here to help you
The S variant undercuts the standard model by around Rs 8,000
The Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 have received a price hike of around Rs 6,400
Expect the 2020 model to cost around Rs 10,000-15,000 more than the current model
Even after the price hike, both bikes will continue to be the most affordable 650cc bikes on sale in India!
View the bikes from all angles for a better perspective of all the changes
The new variants are pegged as more affordable options in the Bullet range