Coping with the change and the compatibility to adapt with the classic looks and the attire Royal Enfield announces the launch of Bullet Trails 350 & 200. The all new Royal Enfield scrambler launches in India, being the most anticipated entry level scramblers. Royal Enfield India launches the all new scramblers Trails 350 and 500 at the price of 1.62 lakhs and 2.07 lakh INR respectively. Made to take on both the free roads & no roads at all the RE scramblers are to be appreciated for it's fantastical designing not missing the classic touch RE has always given.
|The Royal Enfield Trails 350 based on the classic bullet 350|
Both the motorcycles are based on RE’s Classic range and follow the same design language as well. Power for the Bullet Trials 350 comes from the 346cc air-cooled single cylinder mill it shares with the Bullet 350. It makes the same 20PS and 28Nm of torque and comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The larger Bullet Trials 500 shares its 499cc air-cooled single-cylinder motor with the Bullet 500 and makes the same 27.5PS and 41.3Nm of torque.
Keeping on mind the shenanigans of the off roads Bullet Trials duo is fitted with a protective wire-mesh grille.The instrument cluster remains the same as the standard Classic range. Both the bikes get telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear.The new motorcycles also get a 3D “Royal Enfield” logo on the fuel tank.To match its rugged looks, Royal Enfield gave the Bullet Trials 350 as well as the Bullet Trials 500 an exposed look. The only contrasting colours you can see are the bright red on the trails 350 and pista green frame on the trails 500. RE has equipped this bike with a luggage rack instead of a pillion seat.Both the motorcycles get a raised rear fender.The most striking detail about these motorcycles has to be the big, upswept exhaust.The Trials 350 and Trials 500 feature 19-inch spoke wheels up front and 18-inch spoke wheels at the rear shod with dual-purpose tyres from Ceat. Stopping power comes from a 280mm disc up front and a 240mm disc at the rear, with dual-channel ABS offered as standard.Accessories include a headlamp grill, handlebar brace cover and a side mounted number plate cover.
|The Royal Enfield Trails 500 based on the iconic bullet 500|
Launched on the 26th of March, RE intends the deliveries for the bikes starting from the very next day itself. Being launched as the dreams of RE lovers, one can only hope for it's fast and immediate launch in Nepal. Maybe a next Auto Expo and we might be able to see the Trails on the Nepalese market sooner that we expected. Nepal and the RE enthusiasts from Nepal hope only for the best since Trails are really coming up to the the iconic custom upgrades leving a true trail and it's marking among the cruisers of the explorers.