Royal Enfield Classic 350 Bobber leaked ahead of launch. Check the details

  • The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Bobber will use the same engine as the other 350cc bikes, but the tune is expected to be slightly different.
Royal Enfield is currently working on a lot of motorcycles.

Royal Enfield is currently working on adding a fourth 350cc motorcycle to its lineup. It will be the bobber version of the Classic 350, which is expected to be called the Goan Classic 350 as a trademark has been filed earlier. It looks like the Classic 350 Bobber will be made for those who want to modify their motorcycles. Royal Enfield has already manufactured the Shotgun 650 for custom culture, so the Goan Classic 350 will be the second bike in this program.

The teaser image reveals that the bike will come with a new handlebar, which will be ape-hanger style. The headlamp will now be borrowed from the Himalayan 450, so it will be an all-LED unit. Turn indicators are also circular units. At the back, there’s also a new fender-mounted taillight that also looks like new. There is a new chain guard and a new exhaust.

Royal Enfield will use a new exhaust for the Goan Classic 350.

There are spoked rims on offer, meaning there won’t be tubeless tyres, but there would be whitewall tires to bring that retro feel to the bike. There is also a new one-piece seat, and the passenger seat looks to take some design inspiration from the Shotgun 650. So it can be removed and stored, and the bike can be used as a bobber.

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The engine on duty will be the same 349cc single-cylinder, air-oil-cooled unit that produces 20PS and 27Nm in the Classic 350. There is a possibility that Royal Enfield might tune the new bike’s engine to match. characteristics. The same engine is used on the Hunter 350 and Meteor 350.

Date of first publication: 08 May 2024, 15:37 IST

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