Redditch came to prominence during the Industrial Revolution, earning a worldwide reputation for its needles and fishing tackle. The first Royal Enfield rolled out of Redditch in 1901. Thereafter the town earned a permanent place in British motorcycling history. The company's Redditch years still have a palpable effect on the look and feel of a Royal Enfield today.
Whether on mountains or riding through plains, with its legacy and time-tested performance, this is a machine you can count on.
Authentic post-war detailing complete with die-cast headlight casing, vintage graphic on the fuel tank and a choice of old-world colours.
A single saddle seat with springs, and an optional pillion seat - comfort across any terrain.
High torque at low RPM for maximum pulling power. Makes a ride uphill or your daily commute effortless.
The 18-inch wheels offer optimum stability on the road, keeping you in control.