I am interested in buying a Royal Enfield. I saw the ad for one in a bike mag at Borders and thought that this was the perfect bike for me! I currently have a 1972 Honda CB350 Rat that I love riding, thought the repairs are killing me. I am spending too much time fixing and not enough time on the road. My problem is that there are no bike manufacturers that are making bikes like the CB. Until I saw the Bullet. My question I guess is which side is the clutch on? I know this sounds stupid, but some of the sites I have gone to are saying that the shifting is on the right. If this is so...is the clutch and the shifter both on the right? Or are they on the left where it woudl be more confortable? Finally, is it possible to have this swiched over to the left side where it would be easier to ride. I would hate to have one bike one way and one the other....-Thanks for any feedback!
The worst handling bike I ever has was a stock 72 CB 750. It had a wobble right around 60-65 mph that left you breathless. Some friends of mine had 72s and 73s and it was the same story with them except the speeds at which it happened were different.35 yrs later I still have a limp from the spanking that bike gave me. Turned me into a Harley guy but I always had some Brit iron around if I really wanted to go for a ride. The Bullet? Well It's treated me as well or better than any of them and handles as well or better than any of them too.Looks better than most of em too! CJ
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The controls are the standard U.S. spec. configuration. Left hand clutch lever, left hand foot shift. Right hand front brake, right foot rear brake.Where are you at in Ohio? I could steer you toward a dealer if you're in the western part of the state.Regards, Foggy