Royal Enfield can trace its beginnings back to 1893, its first motorcycle to 1901, and can rightfully claim to be the oldest motorcycle name in continuous production since the earliest days of motorbiking. A slogan on one member’s t-shirt boasts the claim, “Royal Enfield – turning men into mechanics since 1893”.
Here presenting you the evolution of Royal Enfield bikes with their 10 famous bikes over the years.!!
1. Royal Enfield Quadricycle – 1893
2. Royal Enfield 425cc – 1913
Enfield supplied motorcycles in large numbers to British war department and the company also won a motorcycle contract for the Imperial Russian Government.
3. Royal Enfield 225cc – 1923
In 1921, Enfield developed a new 976 cc twin, and in 1924 launched the first Enfield four-stroke 350 cc single using a Prestwich Industries engine.
4. Royal Enfield 250cc (11F) – 1939 to 1945
British authorities asked Enfield to manufacture military motorcycles during the World War II.
5. Royal Enfield Crusader – 1959
Royal Enfield produced a number of 250 cc machines, which used a modified Crusader frame, leading link forks and a Villiers Starmaker engine.
6. Royal Enfield Turbo Twin – 1965
One of the rarest Royal Enfield you can spot in todays date!
7. Royal Enfield Interceptor – 1967
The Interceptor was a British motorcycle made by Royal Enfield between 1960 and 1970.
8. Royal Enfield Bullet – 1980
Finally, the craze started with this.
9. Royal Enfield Standard – 1990
This was a different variant for those who didn’t like the previous edition.
10. Royal Enfield Bullet – Present variant
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