Royal Enfield has announced improvements to the 2018 version of their venerable 500 Bullet single. These improvements include new paint schemes and some mechanical and technical upgrades to bring the bikes in line with the 21st century and Euro 4 specs. Enfield went to fuel injection a few years ago and the 2018 models are smoother with power of 27.5 bhp and max torque at 30 ft. lbs. It can get you from zero to 60 faster than you think. The 2018 Bullets come with a new fork, which no is longer a leading axle type. The new centered axle decreases trail and makes for better high speed handling.
The Bullet is a great starter bike and a good ultra econo-commuter bike. Running costs are very low and has built in most of the simple upgrades that people buy right after purchase. The solid 500 Bullet single continues to chug along alone in its market, with a small and dedicated band of followers.
The 250 limited edition Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus were sold out in under three minutes of the commencement of the online sale in India. Inspired by the Royal Enfield RE/WD 125 aka the Flying Flea, a motorcycle that was used by the armed forces during the World War II, the Classic 500 Pegasus Edition showcases the company's rich legacy. The Classic 500 Pegasus is powered by 499 cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine good for 27.5PS and 41.3Nm. The frame, suspension and tyres have been carried over unchanged as well.
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