Last Call – Royalvolution Enfield Edition

Royal Enfields have been around for so long without much change, it would be accurate to call any new aspect of their bikes to be evolutionary, rather than revolutionary.
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7 responses to “Last Call – Royalvolution Enfield Edition”

  1. Black Steelies Avatar

    Evolutions Per Second

  2. CptSevere Avatar

    Gawd, I love these things. Really neat little bikes. I personally don't care if they're as slow as pondwater, I still want one.

  3. B72 Avatar

    Did it say "gas filled shockers"?
    I admit I wasn't expecting that, but it didn't seem like particularly long ad copy.

  4. joshuman Avatar

    Since this is last call…
    My wife is thinking minivan. I'm thinking differently. Does anybody have an opinion on the Mercedes R-Class? It is essentially a minivan-wagon. The looks are distinct and the AMG would be awesome but I'd probably like the CDI.

    1. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
      mr. mzs zsm msz esq

      I know a guy that bought one last year. Claimed he got a fantastic price because they were not selling. But I know him to exaggerate a bit as well.

  5. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar
    Peter Tanshanomi

    "Royal Enfields have been around for so long without much change…"
    But Enfields have recently changed quite a bit. The Thunderbird TwinSpark model shown in the ad is a 350cc version of the Enfield G5 unit construction engine, which has only been in production for about four years.

  6. dculberson Avatar

    20bhp! How will I handle all this power?? [this from the guy that rides a KLR650 .. 33hp or so?]

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