Royal Enfield brings new variant to the Himalayas!
An image of the Royal Enfield Himalayan bike being updated on the internet has appeared on the internet. We will see about that in this post.
Chennai-based Royal Enfield is in the process of updating its popular Himalayan Adventure motorcycle. These works, which took place in an arc, came to light when a Himalayan bike with a different look was recently tested. This is the look of the new variant of the Himalayan, which is currently being designed for road use only. That’s what you see above. Despite the spy pictures, Royal Enfield has not made any announcement about the Himalayan bike so far.
The bike is almost identical to the Royal Enfield Himalayan bike currently on sale, either in the current release or in its previous test drive. However some exterior panels will be removed and some panels will be redesigned and fitted differently. Thus the road-based version of the Himalayan adventure bike is also sure to attract customers.
Especially the bike that is currently posted on one of the Instagram page looks gorgeous. Even more, the sticker ‘411’ issued near the petrol tank of the young brown bike will impress the younger generation.
The large front windshield glass offered in the Himalayan Adventure has been completely removed in this road-based version. It is also possible to notice that the front wheel is small in size.
Royal Enfield plans to launch at least four new motorcycles each year. This is why Royal Enfield bikes have been tested more and more since last year. The latest test run of the Himalayas, however, remains intriguing. This is because the Himalayan bike has a new look in the related spy movies available through the Motorbeam news site.
Although no logo other than the Royal Enfield logo is affixed around this test drive bike, it is easily identifiable as Himalayan. But all the features of adventure travel have been removed in this Himalayan. That means Royal Enfield is offering a 21-inch front wheel in the Himalayas. But it is clear that the front wheel is not that big. Larger wheels in size are perfect for handling rough roads.
Thus it is expected to be the normal road based variant of the current Himalayan. Not only the tire but also the Himalayan iconic front windshield and fork guitars are not included in this test model.
The shape of the petrol tank is also slightly different compared to the standard Himalayan. This new Himalayan bike is definitely suitable for those who want the Royal Enfield Himalayan for off-road use as well as for daily use and long distance travel.
Royal Enfield launched the new generation Himalayan in the market last February. However, the Chennai motorcycle brand is likely to be involved in the production of the road-based Himalayan.