Royal Enfield dealers have begun taking delivery of a new batch of Classic 350, Himalayan, Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 motorcycles. This new batch can run on E20 fuel and is OBD2 compliant. The fuel tanks of these motorcycles have an “upto E20 petrol” sticker on them that can be removed. There are no other noticeable updates to the motorcycle.
The brand is currently gearing up for Rider Mania 2023 which will be held in Vagator, Goa from 24th to 26th November 2023. Royal Enfield has officially started accepting pre-registrations for Rider Mania.Amount is set to $2,500, can be done individually or in groups.
Last year, Royal Enfield launched Motoverse, which consists of five elements: Moto Thrill, Moto Ville, Moto Sonic, Moto Reel and Moto Shop. Moto Thrill includes dirt tracks, slides, trial schools and competitions. According to Royal Enfield, Moto Ville is where motorcycle culture gathers. Then there’s Moto Sonic, which has a variety of musical performances. Moto Reel is a platform where riders and non-riders can come together to witness inspirational stories and conversations. Moto Shop is where the brand sells its clothing.
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Royal Enfield revealed the Super Meteor 650 at Rider Mania last year. This year, the brand is expected to launch the Himalayan 450. As the name suggests, it will be a more powerful version of Himalayan. The bike was recently launched by CS Santosh who was also present at Rider Mania 2022.
The brand is expected to launch several motorcycles based on the 450cc platform. There will also be a Café Racer and a Roadster. This new engine is liquid-cooled, a first for Royal Enfield. Expect a maximum power of around 40 bhp and a peak torque output of 45 Nm. The duty transmission shall be a 6-speed unit.
First published date: Jul 8, 2023 at 10:34 AM CST