Royal Enfield 450 Himalayan
We’re adding these to our fleet in 2024.
Royal Enfield has made some major changes, not least with the introduction of an all-new 40bhp, 450cc single-cylinder engine. Featuring, for the first time on an Enfield, water-cooling, ride-by-wire throttle and double overhead camshafts. A steel frame is all new, as is Showa suspension and new electronic tech such as riding modes, switchable ABS and a new TFT dash with connectivity and navigation.
It’s also comfortable, simple, and easy to ride.
Those who appreciate the older 411cc machine for its durability and pack-horse endurance, will be reassured to hear that despite this major injection of modernity, the new 450 is still built for the unpaved mountain roads of the Himalayas.
None of the previous model’s robust simplicity and reliability have been sacrificed in the name of progress.
TRIUMPH SCRAMBLER 400 X
Triumph’s Scrambler line-up has been an enduring success for the British brand and it’s no surprise that a smaller version has been launched for its new 400cc, 40bhp, single-cylinder model range.
Built here in India, it’s an all new platform and engine configuration.
It’s not a serious off road motorcycle, even although it copes quite easily with forest trails and broken roads. It’s capable for sure.
We were looking and waiting for the motorcycle that could take the place of the iconic 500cc Bullet.
This is it. This is the one.
KTM 390 Adventure
The KTM 390 Adventure rewrites the rulebook on what a smaller adventure motorcycles need to be.
It merges all-road versatility and proven reliability with real-world performance.
It has a proven 44 bhp, 373 cc powerplant, and a class-leading chassis.
The KTM 390 Adventure not only seeks out new adventures – it leaves no path unexplored.
Royal Enfield Bullet Trials Works Replica 500
The Royal Enfield Bullet is a true icon of the motorcycling world, but it was never the most reliable machine. Nor was it easy to ride.
That’s all changed now.
The new Bullet is a revelation – inspired by Johnny Brittain’s championship-winning Bullet from 1948. It’s got all the bits, raised handlebars, sumpguard, headlight grill, handlebar brace pad, engine guards and heavily blocked tyres. It’s got plenty of power, and it stops without drama.
It’s so good that we have bought a new fleet and you can ride one from 2020 onwards on our Royal Enfield tours in India. If you’re coming with a friend, you can even switch between the Bullet and the Himalayan if you fancy trying both.
Royal Enfield 411 Himalayan
We’ve been using The Himalayan since 2016. It’s Royal Enfield’s first new model for over 60 years – an ‘all-rounder’ built on an entirely new platform.
In terms of styling, it’s purposeful, minimalistic, ultra-reliable and great fun to ride. We have almost 50 in our fleet. During that time we’ve had no breakdowns what so ever. The handling is spot on, and it really is the perfect motorcycle if you are looking to ride a Royal Enfield tour of India. Everyone that has ridden one has thoroughly enjoyed the experience.