The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is one of the successful editions from the Chennai-Based two wheeler giant and now the company is offering new Redditch series for its users. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Redditch series is the new outcome from the leading motorbike company and gives you a more periodic look to the motorcycle.
The Enfield Classic 350 Redditch Series will be available in three color variants including Redditch Red, Redditch Green and Redditch Blue. The company says that the paint systems motivate the new color schemes from the 1950s-era Royal Enfield Motorcycles that were produced in Redditch, the United Kingdom which is the base of Royal Enfield.
Besides new color systems, Royal Enfield Redditch Bikes features Monogram, which is used in 1939 on the sample of the 125cc ‘Royal Baby’, a two-stroke motorcycle. The new classic 350 Redditch is priced at 1.46 lakh (on-road Delhi).
The new Royal Enfield Redditch Classic 350 looks elegant, and the color scheme is covering the fuel tank only and the remaining part of the bike entirely covered with black color. All the three Colours Red, Green, and Blue are dazzling and also look refreshing when compared to Classic 350 desert storms.
Coming to the Engine side, no changes had made. The bike is equipped with 350cc single-cylinder which delivers 19bhp of power and 28NM of torque with a 5-speed gearbox. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is the largest selling model which comprises nearly half of the RE’s average monthly sales of over 55,000 motorcycles.
Speaking about the new edition, Rudratej Singh, President, Royal Enfield said, “The classic edition was launched in 2008 based on its popular j2 model as our brand as always taken inspiration from its rich legacy to come up with redolent bikes in the modern era. The classic 350 became most selling bike for the company, and the introduction of Redditch series is a support of the classic franchise.”
In 1950’s Royal Enfield Motorcycles were manufactured in the pre-world war period in Redditch, which is a small town near Birmingham in the UK. The Royal Enfield Classic was introduced in 2008 on the lines of the original J2 model.