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Royal Enfield Bullet 500

Royal Enfield Bullet 500

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Royal Enfield Bullet

Royal Enfield Bullet

Royal Enfield, a Chennai based bike maker, has recently launched an upgraded version of its Royal Enfield Bullet Electra. The new version comes with Twinspark UCE engine. As a result, the power, fuel efficiency and maintenance bettered.Royal Enfield Bullet Electra is also available with optional front disc brakes. Rest of the features including colours, tyres, suspensions remain the same. The Royal Enfield Bullet Electra has been loaded with a Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, OHV, SI engine, air cooled, Twinspark with a displacement of 346cc. The newly built engine produces an awesome power of 19.8 bhp at 5250 rpm and generates top torque of 28 Nm at 4,000 rpm. The bike incorporates constant mesh five speed gearbox that uses the power and torque pump out by.

Posted by pawan136 on 2011-06-15 05:51:12

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Royal Enfield Bullet

Royal Enfield Bullet

Royal Enfield, a Chennai based bike maker, has recently launched an upgraded version of itsRoyal Enfield Bullet Electra. The new version comes with Twinspark UCE engine. As a result, the power, fuel efficiency and maintenance bettered.Royal Enfield Bullet Electra is also available with optional front disc brakes. Rest of the features including colours, tyres, suspensions remain the same. The Royal Enfield Bullet Electra has been loaded with a Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, OHV, SI engine, air cooled, Twinspark with a displacement of 346cc. The newly built engine produces an awesome power of 19.8 bhp at 5250 rpm and generates top torque of 28 Nm at 4,000 rpm. The bike incorporates constant mesh five speed gearbox that uses the power and torque pump out by.

Posted by manoj5655645 on 2011-09-14 08:40:20

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Royal Enfield Motorbike

Royal Enfield Motorbike

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Royal Enfield bike and me riding and fishing across seaside mumbai



Riding Royal enfield across mumbai’s coastline, Fishing and sightseeing
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Royal Enfield Classic launched two New Colours Gunmetal Grey and Stealth Black



Royal Enfield Classic get Gunmetal Grey and Stealth Blacks new variants, in new colours.
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Best Royal Enfield Modification in India



Best Royal Enfield Modification in India……
n 1975, the Royal Enfield Bullet motorcycle, with its familiar sidecar, made its most famous Bollywood cameo appearance. Actors Amitabh Bachchan and Dharmendra rode it joyously down a dusty, bumpy country road to the strains of Yeh Dosti… in the all-time hit film Sholay.

That bucolic scene marked the apogee of the legendary Royal Enfield (RE) brand in India. Its original British parent, which made the brand famous in the second World War, had long sold the company, and production in the UK had ceased by 1971. But the 350-cc Bullet with its rugged looks continued to be assembled in India (even exported to Europe! ) by a company called Enfield India, in which Madras Motor Company owned the majority shares.

But 25 years later, Royal Enfield, as the company was renamed after it merged with Delhi-based Eicher Motors in 1994, was facing extinction. A board meeting in 2000 almost came to the conclusion that RE should either be closed or sold. Cut to 2014, RE is feted as a star performer in the Eicher stable. From having just Bullet (and a much smaller, now-extinct 50-cc Explorer), RE has three more brands – the Thunderbird, Continental GT and Classic. In the 250-350-cc category (181,683 units), its Classic, Thunderbird and Bullet compete with Kawasaki’s Ninja but have 99.5 per cent share. In the 350-500-cc (24,914 units), these have 84 per cent share (against KTM) and in 500-800-cc (1,283 units), its Continental GT has 73.5 per cent share (vs Ninja) as per data with Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM).

RE was able to make a stellar comeback from a near-death experience because it found the right positioning in an increasingly crowded market. RE was a casualty of liberalisation, made worse by years of neglect. In the 70s and 80s, the Bullet was in a class of its own, with a 350-cc engine. Motorcycles then, as now, were seen as a utility vehicle for urban transport but one that lagged scooters because of a significant price differential. But across the few motorcycle segments, the Bullet had just a handful of other brands to compete with, such as Yezdi’s Jawa and Rajdoot, both of which sold more than the Bullet, according to legacy data shared by SIAM.

But RE had strong inherent brand values, which is why the second-hand Bullet (manufactured since the 1930s) was a coveted possession even then. But the company did little to focus on quality, mileage and other issues that motorcycle buyers began to consider by the late-80s. By then Rajiv Gandhi’s partial liberalisation was changing the dynamics of the motorcycle market, with hybrid brands like Hero Honda and Kawasaki Bajaj introducing fuel efficiency as a key differentiator.

By the 90s, the brand was living on the fumes of history. The joke in those days was the RE brand originated in Britain and travelled from the showroom straight to the mechanic’s. RE’s market share had come down to 5 per cent from the highs of 22-30 per cent till the early-80s of the total motorcycle market. That was when Siddhartha Lal, of the third generation of the family that owned Eicher, decided to resuscitate the brand.

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