We use Royal Enfield classic 500 cc for every tour in India, Nepal, Bhutan & Tibet. This is a legendary motorcycle & has special space in the heart of Indian Motorcycle lovers. We maintain 15 Royal Enfield Motorcycles in our garage & our expert mechanics look after them.
In 1893, the Enfield Manufacturing Company Ltd was registered to manufacture bicycles, adopting the branding Royal Enfield.
By 1899, Royal Enfield were producing a quadricycle – a bicycle modified by adding a wrap-around four-wheeled frame, retaining a rear rider-saddle with handlebars – having a front-mounted passenger seat, driven by a rear-mounted De Dionengine.
After experimenting with a heavy bicycle frame fitted with a Minerva engine clamped to the front downtube, Enfield built their first motorcycle in 1901 with a 239 cc engine.
In 1907, Enfield merged with the Alldays & Onions Pneumatic Engineering Co. of Birmingham, and began manufacturing the Enfield-All day automobile.
By 1910, Royal Enfield was using 344 cc Swiss Motosacoche V-Twin engines, or large-displacement JAP and Vickers-Wolseley engines.
In 1912, the Royal Enfield Model 180 sidecar combination was introduced with a 770 cc V-twin JAP engine which was raced successfully in the Isle of Man TT and at Brooklands.
Royal Enfield motorcycles had been sold in India since 1949. After independence, Indian government ordered 800 motorcycles for Army & police. Royal Enfield India manufactures & sells in India, exports to Europe, South Africa, America, and Australia. Royal Enfield has undergone a major change particularly in engine. Earlier Royal Enfield was using carbureted cast-iron engine & now they have changed to twin-spark engine with EFI available in 500 cc engine.
We have 15 Royal Enfield classic 500 motorbikes for all tours. We are giving you details about motorbikes in terms of specifications below.