Royal Enfield is going great guns these days. With new sports bikes tearing up the Indian roads, Enfield is trying out something new. The introduction of KTM bikes and others in the line, to make an Indian entry, the original sport biking giants are gearing up for some tough times ahead. The auto expo held in January this year revealed an exquisite array of sports bikes that are too hit the Indian turf later this year or early next year. The Royal Enfield is ripping apart their bikes to make do with the redundant and obsolete and incorporating new technologies to upgrade them.
The biking giants are embracing the modern to revamp their old designs to meet with the changing times. The bikes retain all the old world charm which makes the brand, and infuses in it certain new gadgets and components that will give it the edge over its competitors. The Unit construction engine, the Twin spark plug and the fuel injection are just some of the add-ons into the Royal Enfield bikes. The car makers have still held onto their original English markets with its ageless charm and have also got a thriving market, here in India. The brand is doing all it can to improve its image to suit the modern biking world. The bikes with their branding of gear and merchandise production seem to be heading the Harley Davidson way.
The company is doing all that it can to reinstate the iconic Bullet to its rightful place, that is, at the helm of the biking world. The bike that has a diverse sales base of 36 countries is at present being looked into and are going through some changes.
The latest addition to the Royal Enfield family was the country of Philippines. The country would see the likes of Royal Enfield Classic 500 and the Desert Storm thundering down its streets. The country has also welcomed in other Enfield model, the likes of whom are the Classic 500 Battle Green, the Classic Chrome 500 and the Electra Delux 500. Five of Enfield’s 500 cc models are going to feature in Philippines. The biking giants are not only shaping up to make themselves abreast with the latest models from other biking giants, but are also looking and finding scope for diversification.
People all across the world may be pinning for any of the Royal Enfield models. Abroad, many have shown a great fascination for one particular Enfield model, namely the Battle Green Classic 500. It could be many a dying man’s last wish to rampage across the roads on the bottle green incredibly robust chassis. But sadly, for Indian’s the Indian regulations prevent the color military green to be adorned on the Indian bikes. Hence however much you may be vying for it, Indian Military Service is your only ticket to make yourself get the kick of adrenaline from the timeless Classic 500 Battle Green model.