Full of history and prestige, the Royal Enfield is a brand well-known and respected all around the world. The brand first started in Redditch, England, in the 1890s, by making bicycles. Gradually they innovated and expanded, with their first motorized bicycle, or motor cycle, debuting in 1901.
Today, the Royal Enfield company still produces iconic and promising motorbikes, and one of them is their latest model, the Royal Enfield 350 Classic. The features that come with the 350 Classic are of absolute comfort. The displacement is 346cc giving a city mileage of around 40 kmpl which allows the rider to travel around the city of Kathmandu with ease and supreme power. The bike also has great suspension, a must for every bike; the suspension type is a single downtube. With their new bike in Gunmetal Grey BS-IV model, they have made some positive and effective changes. Firstly, they have added both front and rear disc brakes, which is very effective. While riding in a city like Kathmandu, it is very important to make sure the brakes work perfectly. This addition not only helps with good grip, but also gives very smooth braking. Similarly, the new matte finish allows the rider to feel like a boss. With comfortable brown seating and new colors, the bike looks pretty stylish and chic.
With quite smooth and easy gear changing on rides, the bike does not give its rider any issues. The new Gunmetal Grey also comes with an ovular swingram for better handling and maneuvering. This makes it easy for riders to operate around the small streets of Kathmandu. Overall the bike is one of the smoothest and most comfortable bikes in the market. Not only does it provide comfort for the rider, but it is equally relaxing for the person sitting behind. I personally recommend bikers try out this particular bike for its durability and stylish looks.