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Royal Enfield Bullet C5 Military How To Make & Do Everything!

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Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Army

Royal Enfield Bullet C5 Military

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jonibirdbrain: Yes, it is a classic 500 military battle green. We have now had it for 18 months. The only problem with the bike so far was that the exhaust manifold vibrated loose and I had to replace a gasket that fell out. Finding neutral is not a problem as long as the bike is slightly moving when you are shifting gears.

I LOVE this bike. Sorry about the wind sounds in the video!п»ї

Ronn Patil: its classic 500 military battle green rightп»ї

jonibirdbrain: Hi SeamanE9, congratulations on your new purchase! No advice from me – I still feel like a newbie! Please keep us updated on your new baby.

It would be awesome if you could post a video!

RogueHedonist: why would anyone let a woman ride a motorbike, i believe in equality to some extent but men dont walk around wearing thongs do they, similarly some manly things should be left to men.

jonibirdbrain: Congrats Abhishek. You should be getting your new bike about now. I predict that you’re going to love it. There are more powerful bikes out there, but none more classic. Enjoy!!

jonibirdbrain: I have now had this bike for a year and I still love it. The one problem I have had is that after nine months the exhaust manifold connection screws vibrated loose and the bike began to backfire a little bit. When the coupling came loose apparently a gasket at that connection fell out. My dealer said that things coming loose due to vibration are not covered under the warranty (which does not sit right with me).

Anyway, one of the things I like best is the deep, throaty sound of the bike.

DrDennis77: Some shifting advice: Down shift a gear at a time as your slowing down. Once your stopped you should be back in first OR you can easily hit neutral and wait for the red light to change to green. Better to sit out the wait in neutral Good Luck.

Pratik Rathod: it aint a percent of British anymore so stop saying that. Its completely INDIAN! AND its not Bullet too, its classic 500.


jonibirdbrain: Rider’s husband’s response: After having owned the bike for nine months now, finding neutral is no longer a problem. You just have to be aware that the bike does not like going into neutral when it is at a dead stop. You get used to shifting into neutral before the wheels stop moving. Many bikes have this anomaly.

You can always nudge the bike slightly forward from a dead stop and then shift into neutral. This bike is responsive, its top end is plenty for me, and the gas mileage is incredible.

Chaz Louis: it’s not hard once you know the bike. I own a 2010 Army Bullet like this one, And getting it into neutral is more a sensitivity thing. It’s not like you need to muscle it into neutral.

I wear full on combat boots when I ride mine, and I’ve never had an issue.

jonibirdbrain: I don’t know WHY it’s hardп»ї to get to neutral. My husband discovered that if you move the bike slightly forward, it’ll pop in easily. I think in the video I had stopped and then drifted back slightly, and for some reason that makes it harder to find neutral.

Of course I’m still quite the newbie!

seamanE9: I’ve gotten a boatload of info from your video and in the comments. The RE is actually smaller than I thought (that’s GOOD.) I am getting the exact bike next Tuesday, the 17th. I’m not a biker, but I rode an old Indian a little bit back in 1962. Now I am transitioning from a Stella scooter (the old Vespa type) to the RE.

Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Army

I’m 68 years old, but nowhere near being a geezer. I don’t foresee any problems, but you have really helped me here. Any more advice for me? Thank you so much.

jonibirdbrain: I’m 5′ 6. When I’m on the bike in street shoes my heels don’t quite touch the ground, but my toes and most of my feet do. I think I’d feel slightly more comfortable if the seat was just a little lower to the ground, but if I wear tall shoes I can get both feet flat on the street. Have you test ridden the 2006?

This is the first/only motorcycle I’ve actually driven by myself. I love it!

TheFirearmEnthusiast: Why is it hard to get to neutral?

abhishek malik: I am getting one in two weeks for my 3 months Himalayan stay. In India its only 3000 Dollars

Sajal Regmi: i am looking to buy this bike. how good is it. and hows the sound??

Adalbert Wong: How tall is the rider? I’m thinking of purchasing a used 2006 model.

jonibirdbrain: Thank you, I was scared to death that I was going to crash or something. It’s so fun to ride!

pakistanichap: Awesome.

Parikshat Sharma: Indian built.

Schools: Learn how to get phlebotomy training in California. The job pays decent money for the amount of schools needed to graduate.

Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Army
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