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  1. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 and 500 are set to get a major update. New spy pics show that the bike is equipped with front and rear disc brakes on the right-hand side, instead of on the left like the current model. This change has resulted in the chain shifting over to the left from the right. It also has a more compact exhaust system, which could mean one of two things – Royal Enfield is either downsizing its gigantic exhaust to make the motorcycle more visually appealing or this could be the all-new BS-VI model that is running a reworked engine and exhaust setup. Royal Enfield also appears to have replaced the gas-charged twin shock absorbers for more classic-looking units. You can head here for more info: Image source
  2. Royal Enfield has just launched the Bullet Trials 350, 500. Priced at Rs 1.62 lakh for the Trials Works Replica 350 and Rs 2.07 lakh for the Trials Works Replica 500. The Bullet trials pay homage to the brands older trial bikes. Powering the Bullet Trials 350 is the 346cc motor makes 20hp and 28Nm of torque, while on the Bullet Trials 500 is powered by the 499cc motor produces 27.5hp and 41.3Nm of torque. Both engines are mated to the same 5-speed gearbox. What are your opinions on these two bikes launched by Royal Enfield? SOURCE
  3. Dear Friends, I am planning to buy a Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 within this month. I have decided to sell off my Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi and have short listed this beast. Pulsar has been a faithful companion to me but the maintenance costs have become surprisingly high. I have driven it for 60 000 kilometers in last 5 years. The fuel efficiency has also gone down to 25-30 kmpl and vibrations are prominent. After a lot of research I have made up my mind with the Thunderbird. I had no specific criteria for my new bike. I just simply wanted to move on to something new and refreshing. Hence i made a list of prospective bikes and calculated the pros and cons. But one thing I strongly nagged for is whether the bike will suit to my bulky body(I am 6ft-95kg). I should not look disproportionate on the bike while riding. My list included, (No particular budget constraint) 1. Bajaj Pulsar 220F DTSi IMO: Its a outgoing bike in the market. Soon will be replaced. Performance is breathtaking and is loaded with projectors and other modern gadgetry. Suited my physique. But its outdated. 2. Yamaha Fazer 2014 Limited Edition IMO: Most comfortable and refreshing color (Military green-matte black). Though it is in market for a long period, still its a head turner. Where it lacks is power. 153cc is not for me...Coz I am moving from a 180cc. 3. Bajaj Pulsar 200NS IMO: Everything you need. But it looked very odd when I sat on the bike. It didn't suited my physique. 4. TVS Apache RTR 180 ABS IMO: Itz fast. Itz sharp. Itz compact. It looked like a baby cycle when I sat on it. It was disappointing, hence I started jogging. Its a no ! 5. Royal Enfield Electra 350 IMO: Made like a gun. Suited me perfectly. Lacked some basic features and tech stuffs. It was too basic for me. 6. Royal Enfield Continental GT IMO: A sure head-turner. 535cc of pure adrenaline. But the seating position gave me an instant backache. And it is 2.12 lacs on road ! 7. Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 IMO: Comfortable, easy to drive, good fit n finish. Loaded with good stuffs, digital display, Discs (both F and R), projectors, LEDs and some eye catchy colors. Service and niggles are a problem. Fuel efficiency is okay. Delivery time of 20 days. After all the research, I have finalized RE Thunderbird 350 (Stone Color). It comes around 1.49 lacs on road here in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. So friends I would like to ask you for suggestions regarding my choice and the things which I should be careful while owning and maintaining the Thunderbird. I would be glad if you can suggest any other bike option. Also RE people are offering 25k exchange price for my Pulsar. Would it be wise to exchange it ? Please suggest !