Built Like a Bullet, Made Like a Gun -
A Brief History of Royal Enfield Motorcycles
Royal Enfield motorcycle from 1901 to 2013. Officially the oldest continuing motorcycle in the world, Royal Enfield's popularity continues to grow with plans of opening up new headquarters in the heart of Harley-Davidson territory in 2016. The Royal Enfield was adapted in 2009 to meet Euro III emission laws and with it an all new UCE engine was made. The motorcycle continues to please enthusiasts and commuters alike and for the more adventurous you can test your metal with a Blazing Trails excursion into the Himalayas! It's rich and vibrant history includes a short jaunt whereby Royal Enfield were once upon a time Indian Motorcycles in the US of A; a renewed line of followers with its Bullet Classic C5 and most recently its cafe racer variant - The Continental GT.
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The National Motorcycle Museum & Richardson's Motorcycles