James Parchman wrote a great article about the Royal Enfield company and ourÂ new products for the New York Times . Here is the online version of the article. James is a freelance writer/photographer who contacted us while he was in Pakistan doing another article. he went to the factory in Chennai and came back with this great article.Â As someone who has taken a lot of photos around the factory over the years I am in awe of his photographic abilities as well. Guess this is what the phrase “trained professional” is all about.Â James did a great job and we certainly appreciate it. We are told that he has an upcoming piece in Rider magazine about the C5 as well.
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The new Unit Construction Royal Enfields with Electronic Fuel injection are here and availableÂ at most of our dealers.
We have spentÂ a good deal of time this winter traveling around the country putting on training seminars for our dealers so that they are fully informed andÂ trained to sell and service this new motorcycle. The Classic version of the new bike is available in Black and Velvet Green (British Racing Green) while the Chrome model Deluxe is available in Red and Black. While the look of the bikes are very similar to the Classic bikes we have always sold, there are a few key differences.
Dateline – Cycle Icons – Bordentown N.J.
A team of two engineers and the director of service for Royal Enfield arrived in Bordentown fresh from India on Monday. Mr. Sarvesh is an engine designer, Mr. Hari is an Electronic Fuel Injection engineer and Mr. Vikram is in charge of service for Royal Enfield.This two day event is the first of three such events on the east coast, Midwest and west coast to be heldÂ over the next 10 days. It is the precursor to the introduction of the new engines which well be reaching our shores soon.