Royal Enfield Motorcycles returned to London this week with a new retail outlet in Poyser Street, Bethnal Green.
Following good sales of motorbikes the parent company Eicher has plans to open more uk stores. The store will showcase the complete range of motorcycles along with apparel and accessories such as helmets and jackets.
The manufacturing is being done in a new plant at Oragadam, Tamil Nadu, India. The plant is capable of producing 10,000 units per month which means the waiting list for new bikes is down to 4 months.
The bikes have been updated with new engines and features but have retained the classic styling and painting.
Royal Enfield is also donating a bike to Riders for Health, to be auctioned. The charity provides healthcare to seven countries across Africa.