Royal Enfield started with a two-stroke motorcycle. Due to its 770cc J.A.P. V-twin engine, Royal Enfield's largest motorbike, the 6hp, was produced more during the First World War.
The Royal Enfield Standard's name declared it the industry standard. Royal Enfield Standard motorcycles had turn signals and two-speed manual transmissions.
The 21 horsepower produced by the Royal Enfield Continental GT's 250cc single-cylinder engine was a big thing back in the 1960s.
Royal Enfield introduced the Thunderbird after the turn of the century. The Thunderbird was Royal Enfield's first 5-speed motorcycle since the 1960s.
The Classic RE, Royal Enfield's most successful model, offers everything. This motorcycle not only recalls Royal Enfield's timeless look, but it also offered something for everyone.
Royal Enfield has expanded beyond the Classic and Bullet motorcycles, notably since the mid-2010s. The Royal Enfield Himalayan, a single-cylinder scrambler, helped diversify the Enfield motorcycle lineup.
The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 were released in 2018. Rightfully, these modern classics are often cited together.
Like the Interceptor 650, the Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 has a 648cc parallel-twin engine. This twin-cylinder engine generates torque when you need it and maximizes its 47 horsepower.
Royal Enfield launched the Super Meteor 650 in 2023 with a 650cc parallel-twin engine. The Super Meteor, Royal Enfield's Harley-Davidson alternative, is a cruiser motorcycle.
The Royal Enfield Bullet is the world's longest-running production motorcycle and is unquestionably the most iconic and longest-lasting model in RE's history.