“The Legend Reborn”
We have created a video on the Newly launched Bullet Trials Work Replica, Watch the full video to know more in details of the Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 350 & 500:
There was a time back in the early 1950s where Royal Enfield entered the Trials challenge, it was so because a highly talented 18-year-old joined Royal Enfield who was John Victor Brittain, he became the start kid and used to undertake in trials competition with modified Bullets. He won every major British Trials trophy. This most enduring tale in the motorcycling history of the trails and the bullets resulted in Royal Enfield to introduce the Bullet Trial Works Replica 350 & 500 inspired by John Brittain, truly a champion spirit reborn. One interesting thing about the motorcycle is, the number 48 wrote on to the battery box cover, it is because Johnny Brittain won over 50 championships starting from 1948 and so royal Enfield didn’t hesitate to proudly flaunt their successful history with this motorcycle.
The motorcycle is essentially a Bullet with reworked parts to create a Scrambler out of the standard motorcycle, basically an off-road version of the bullet 350 & 500. This unique concept appearance may look highly impressive, but how well does it actually is with respect to the features and performance? Let’s ride together into the specification in detail:
Royal Enfield Bullet Trial 350:
Royal Enfield Bullet Trial 500:
The motorcycles are powered by the same engine you see in the bullet 350 & 500. The Trials 350 is powered by a 346cc single-cylinder motor that pumps out 20PS of power and 28Nm of torque. The Trials 500, on the other hand, packs a 499cc single-cylinder engine generating 27.5PS of power and 41.3Nm of torque. Both the engines come paired to a 5-speed transmission.
The motorcycle offers quite a lot of features; let’s ride into the features of both the models:
The motorcycles come armed with new fenders, spoke wheels, a newly designed bash-plate, dual-purpose tires, and an upswept exhaust. Apart from that they also receive a retro-styled headlamp protector and of course suspension covers. Interestingly, the pillion seat is been replaced by a carrier, making it highly unique and different never seen in any of the motorcycles of the Royal Enfield.
In addition to this, the motorcycles also get 3D “Royal Enfield” logo on the fuel tank and not to forget, the dual channel ABS setup as standard on both the models, so safety won’t be an issue. Talking about the brakes, both the bikes get telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear. Braking is in control with 280mm front and 240mm rear disc. With all these amazing features inbuilt in the bikes the Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 350 gets Carburetor Fuel Supply System and Transistorized Coil Ignition, while Bullet Trials 500 Electronic Fuel Injection system and Digital Electronic Ignition.
The pricing of both the models differs, for the Royal Enfield Bullet Trial 500 the pricing is 2.07 Lakh Rupees while the Royal Enfield Bullet Trial 350 is priced at 1.62 Lakhs rupees ex-showroom price in Mumbai. Around March end 2019 the Bookings have already begun across all RE Dealerships in the country and considering every aspect of the motorcycle, the pricing is quite preferable.
Royal Enfield Bullet has been the most enduring motorcycle with a proud history and so this inspiring concept is surely a thing to cherish. Riders who have ridden these motorcycles say it does give a different vibe. Well- Well, Adventure lovers grab your hands on this one and flaunt the proud history of the Royal Enfield Bullet.