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- Royal Enfield Classic 500 Chrome black/green/graphite NUOVE
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Well, substitute Royal Enfield Bullet, Harley Road King, Triumph Thruxton, Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Racer, Norton , Ducati Diavel and a list of.2017 streaming the
Read our Royal Enfield Himalayan first ride review. In addition to the ABS, rear disc brake and pillion, the Classic will also be available in several new colors: Gun Metal Gray, Stealth matte black with a blacked-out engine and exhaust and two-tone Chrome and Green or Graphite. Other features of the Classic include a 5-speed transmission with wet clutch, twin gas charged rear shocks with 5-step adjustable preload, a 3. Bikes should be available in dealers in June. For more information, visit royalenfield.
Sgancio rapido, tracolla e disponibili anche in verde militare. Royal Enfield Interceptor!!!
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My favourite thing! Still, looking at the Royal Enfield Bullet Classic Chrome glittering in the sun, I could see why I come over all funny at the beauty of some motorbikes. The brown leather solo seat and the care taken in polishing the engine cases to a deep burnished glow all evoke a time when manufacturers took pride in what is today seen as an almost impossible luxury; taking the time to do things properly. The good news is that these days you can have the pleasure of a classic without the pain of constant fettling; for lurking under that beautiful surface is a fuel-injected unit construction engine and gearbox with hydraulically operated pushrods, a wet multiplate clutch and a catalytic converter lurking inside the chrome silencer. And although there is a working kick-start for verisimilitude, an electric starter brings the long-stroke single cylinder thudding evocatively into life just as well. The power is now a useful 28bhp instead of 22bhp, and the build quality of engine and bike so good that you can actually proceed all the way to a top speed of 85mph without fear and trembling in your heart that at any moment assorted bits are going to fling themselves into the road with gay abandon. Brakes, with a disc on the front instead of the drum there once was, bring you to a halt in a relaxed and gentlemanly fashion which matches the performance of the engine, and indeed the riding position: upright and manly, with chin up, chest out, back straight and moustache fluttering in the breeze.
Royal Enfield Classic 500 Chrome black/green/graphite NUOVE
Royal Enfield eh. Synonymous with classic British Motorcycles yet still in production in India. Yeah, great, marvellous and all that but I'm not into "classic" motorcycles or nostalgia. What I am into though is simplicity. Compared to other modern motorcycles the current batch of Royal Enfields are simple, some would say positively basic. This, according to the Enfield website, is the "Desert Storm" Classic. Why do I like simple?
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