One comment: remember it's a very lightweight bike (around 300 pounds). This means that in the city it handles almost like a scooter.
It is actually 412 lbs. plus accessories .
......She will delight you with an occassional 90 plus MPH .......
Gonna spend it's life puttin' around SF and Oakland.BTW any Bullet owners in the Bay Area that would be willing to chat would be just grand.
snicker, snicker .... I want your bike.
.........I had mine indicating 91 mph one day.........
Let me guess .... coming down Cajon Pass just after the Oak Hills summit, fully tucked in -and- WOT !
If problems are going to occur they are mostly likely in the beginning and well within the warranty period. It is really rare to have any kind of fuel injection or engine problem.
BTW there's a gorgeous '52 Enfield in a shop window on Market St. in SF. Fully restored with (they claim) 3500 original miles on it. $7500 (cough cough) though the website says '55/$8000. I guess it got cheaper and younger at the same time. If only I could do the same!http://shopmulholland.com/the-roadtrip/motors/royal-enfield
Thanks to all. I just spoke to my local LE dealer, and set up my purchase for this summer.
Is that a play on words? "Scooteria"?