With Classic into the next season
New Royal Enfield motorcycles 2022. The oldest motorcycle manufacturer is ready to present his new motorcycles! Royal Enfield’s innovations for the 2022 season will be shown at EICMA.
The Classic 350 2022
The new products started in September with the new Classic 350. It takes over the engine of the charming Meteor 350 and packs it into the classic package, but the legendary model develops 20.2 hp at 6,100 rpm and a torque of 27 Nm at 4,000 rpm. The new Classic 350 will be available in different colors and versions and as we know the manufacturer, there will be no shortage of original accessories.
SG650 Concept at EICMA 2021
They are known for classic motorcycles and now they want to focus on the future. The SG650 concept was presented at EICMA 2021. It takes well-known technology and puts it into a modern package. The 650 twin-cylinder comes from the 650 cubic sisters Interceptor and Continental GT. The look is more reminiscent of video games like cyberpunk or films like Blade Runners.
New Royal Enfield motorcycles 2022
120 years of Royal Enfield! Anniversary models 2022 for 650 models
With all thoughts about the future, one must not forget where one comes from. With new Royal Enfield motorcycles for 2022, the oldest motorcycle manufacturer is celebrating its 120th anniversary and to celebrate, a strictly limited versions of the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT were presented and of which only 60 units each come to Europe. They are characterized by their paintwork and a handcrafted RE logo made of brass. If you want one, you should be quick.
Royal Enfield Project Origin
New Royal Enfield motorcycles 2022 and the Project Origin doesn’t fit the topic of “New Motorcycles” in any way and this motorbike was the first vehicle that Royal Enfield built as they set after 120 years about recreating it as true to the original as possible. No true original has been found until this day and an incredible effort that deserves respect to the Royal Enfield Project Origin.
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