Royal Enfield classic

Apart from the riding heroes, bike enthusiasts will be able to see much more of interest at the show, including the iconic Royal Enfield motorcycle marque, which makes its long awaited return to Ireland with the launch of a series of new bikes at the event.

Royal Enfield is the oldest motorcycle company in continuous production. The company made its first motorcycle in 1901.

Still made by hand, every Royal Enfield takes almost a week to build. This results in a one of a kind bike that has character and soul.

Evolution Motor Works will launch the all new Royal Enfield Continental GT 535cc cafe racer at the show.

Drawing inspiration from the classic bikes of the ‘60s, the GT has a new fuel injected 535cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled engine, making it the lightest, fastest and most powerful Royal Enfield in production.

Visitors will also get to see the rest of the range, including the Bullet 500, Classic 500 and Classic Chrome.



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