Royal Enfield 350 Bullet in Black
The new Royal Enfield Bullet has the same mettle in its heart, but all-new metal at its core. A brand-new 349cc engine delivers plenty of power and dollops of torque, even down low on the rev range, letting you throttle your way around the city bylanes and the country B-roads with equal ease.
The history of the Royal Enfield Bullet gleams as bright as its iconic gold pinstripes. The Bullet made its debut in 1932, on the pages of The Motor Cycle magazine. In 1948, it arrived at the Colmore Cup trials with a revolutionary invention that changed motorcycling forever: swinging arm suspension. It went on to win Royal Enfield its first-ever Scottish Six Days Trial in 1952, with the legendary Johnny Brittain as its rider, before going on to conquer the most tumultuous of terrains at trials across Europe.
Availabel in Standard Black, Standard Maroon and Black & Gold