The Royal Enfield has launched its two new motorcycles the trials 350 and trials 500 in India. Both the motorcycles are powered by the same 350 and 500 cc engine which is used in other royal enfield bikes.
The bikes pay homage to Royal Enfield’s Trials bikes of yesteryear. The brand has called the journey of the Royal Enfield Bullet “the most enduring tale in motorcycling”.
The Royal Enfield trials 350 and 500 are off-road motorcycles based on the bullet classic 350 and classic 500. This
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Royal Enfield trials 350 and 500 looks and design:
In terms of looks both the
The new trials borrow the fuel tank and side panel from the bullet classic 350 and 500. In accordance with its off-road intentions, the front and rear fenders are shorter and narrower than on the standard Bullet.
This off-road-friendly appearance is further accentuated by a taller handlebar that features a cross-brace similar to those seen on a lot of enduro motorcycles.
The different factor between the Royal Enfield trials 350 and trials 500 is its color scheme, The trials 350 comes with red frame whereas the Trials 500 comes with Green frame.
Royal Enfield trials 350 and 500 specifications:
Engine and power:
As we told you earlier that, The royal enfield trials are based on bullet classic 350 and 500, therefore their engines are also same. The trials 350 comes with 346 cc, single cylinder air cooled engine which produces 20hp and 28 Nm torque.
On the other side the Trials 500 comes with 499 cc single cylinder air cooled engine which produces 27.5 hp of power and 41.3 Nm of torque. both the engines are mated at 5 speed gear box.
Brakes and safety:
The trials 350 and 500 comes with disc breaks on both front and rear tyres. In terms of safety it comes with dual channel ABS (anti-lock breaking system) to enhance the safety.
Royal Enfield trials 350 and trials 500 price:
The Royal enfield trials 350 is launched at price of Rs 1.62 lakh whereas the Royal enfield trials 500 is launched at price of Rs 2.07 lakh in India.