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Royal Enfield Bullet G5 Military EFI
Royal Enfield Bullet G5 Military EFI

Royal Enfield Offers Two New

May 13, 2009

Classic Motorworks . the exclusive U.S. distributor of Enfield motorcycles, expects to two new models in coming months: The Classic C5 and the Bullet G5.

Both were designed to operate a modern day motorcycle, with all of the amenities motorcyclists expect, but compromising the iconic design of the Royal Enfield Bullet.

For the time in Royal Enfield’s the company set-up its own design and sought the expertise of consulting from all over the world for and chassis design, as well as for Plus, the in-house designers multiple visits to the British Motorcycle Museum for styling and to ensure the look was historically

These bikes cater to the new of cycle enthusiasts, with one distinction very low maintenance and no to ‘tinker’, says Kevin president, Classic Motorworks. benefit for Mahoney: These new bikes are California-legal, opening a new market for the brand.

The Bullet C5

Dealernews first revealed the C5 in 2008 as the new Bullet 500 Classic. The is a completely retro-looking model, 1951 styling, but with a designed, modernized Unit Engine (UCE) and Royal first electronic fuel (EFI). A close look the unit to be a complete departure Royal Enfield’s existing but with the essence, look and of the original Bullet.

The folks at Royal Enfield say the goals for designing the new engine increased reliability and low maintenance, the to sustain the higher cruising found in the U.S. and the extra power, torque, and lower associated with an EFI-equipped cylinder, pushrod engine.

The Bullet G5

The updated G5 model now embodies the new UCE engine with EFI retaining its 1955 image and

Enhancements include the UCE engine 5-speed transmission, increased economy and lower emissions, an suspension, higher cruising and better handling, Avon Mk. II tires and a front disc

The Classic G5, Deluxe G5 and the Military starting at $5,995) are already the C5 (MSRP: $6,395) is expected to be for purchase in the U.S. in June. come with a two-year, manufacturer warranty and a host of extras, like the popular Racer, Continental and Scrambler/Trials (MSRP: $1,896-$3,196).

Royal Enfield Classic

The Royal Enfield brand was in Redditch, England, but has been and headquartered in Chennai, India 1955.

Classic Motorworks’ 100 Enfield dealers in the U.S. about 500 units per year. says Royal Enfield in the U.S. warrants perhaps up to 200 dealers, and says many of likely will be found now the brand can enter California.

While Classic Motorworks has its in Faribault, Minn. the bikes India get shipped to Norfolk, Va. they are warehoused and distributed to across the nation. The company about 100 bikes at a time in the warehouse and about $600,000 of Royal Enfield parts at the warehouse in Minnesota.

Now that is an open market for Royal Mahoney plans to open a Coast warehouse, hire a sales rep to keep a line of open with dealers, and a few more folks at the Minnesota facility to fulfill other needs.

Submitted by Guido Ebert


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