Royal Enfield Different Silencers Exhaust Note: Video
Royal Enfield Bullets are known for their thump and exhaust note but recently due to stricter emission norms Royal Enfield was forced to make the engines more environment friendly. In order to make the engine environment friendly they actually have to compromise on the exhaust note and also make sure that these engines causes less pollution. Although this may make the Government happy but the riders are noty happy because their Cruiser now lost the original thump which actually was the signature of the motorcycle once.
Although Royal Enfield actually now uses exhausts which actually generates less exhaust note but there are always aftermarket exhaust available which actually helps to give back the lost thump. Now here in this video you can actually hear what type opf noises different exhaust makes. In the very beginning you will notice the tailegunner exhaust which is then followed by Indore silenecer who actually has fitted the exhaust on 1952 G2 bullet. Then later you can also notice the newly launched Royal Enfield Himalayan 410 cc exhaust sounds followed by Megaphone silencer on the Classic.
Now remember all these silencers that are shown here may not fit every motorcycle so before you actually choose anyone for your motorcycle please read the instructions provided in this video.
Exploring the diversity of India on a motorcycle: Video
Every traveler will agree that India if full of diversity, be it the people, be it the nature, be it the landscape, be it language, be it culture, religion, food, everywhere it’s the unity in diversity. Many travelers want to explore the country by roads, as it gives them the best possible opportunity to know the country in every possible way.
Although several travelers take the bus roads, but many take motorcycle trip, which let them unwind their passion. Here is a video which shows a traveler, who has been exploring the country roads on his motorcycle in India. He traveled from north of the country to the south on his Royal Enfield. Incidentally, the Royal Enfield is the most popular motorcycle for the travelers because of its great handling and reliability. Be it the mighty Himalayan terrains or the smooth roads through the lush green of southern India, road trip lovers always favor the Royal Enfields. Take a look.
Two guys travel 2086 kilometers in 20 days in the treacherous Himalayan terrain with Royal Enfields
Royal Enfields are known as the most popular and best affordable cruiser motorcycles. In summertime in the region of Lahaul, Spiti, Ladakh many travellers and tourists go to visit and experience the pristine natural beauty of the Himalayan region. Although most of the people love to travel in cars, some choose a bit more adventurous way. They take motorcycle rides, and when it comes to motorcycles, Royal Enfields are the best companions they trust on.
Here is a video story of two friends who visited the mighty Ladakh region by motorcycle, and they also trusted the Royal Enfields. The well capable engines, rigid body of the Enfields are perfectly capable to take the stress of the long journey on those treacherous and rugged Himalayan roads. These guys got flat tyres, muddy roads, but they kept going, and all thanks go to the mighty Royal Enfields. They covered a total of 2086 kilometers in 20 days in the Himalayan region of Northern India with their Royal Enfields they rented from Manali. Check out their amazing journey.
Father and Son take the highest motorable road of the world on Royal Enfield
The cold desert region of the Ladakh in the state of Jammu and Kashmir is one of the most favourite places motorcycle riders and adventure lovers want to go at least once in a lifetime. It is often seen that friends, motorcycle rider groups visit the region in a pack. Sometime it is seen people go solo even. But father and son taking the mighty region, is not a common sight.
Here a father and his son, both took the mighty roads of the region to the world’s highest motorable roads on their Royal Enfields. No wonder Royal Enfields are the most favourite motorcycles for the riders in the region for their supreme reliability, comfortability on offer and riding quality. Royal Enfields can be rented from Delhi, Amritsar or even Manali, which is the closest town from the Ladakh region. You just have to submit your riding license to the rental agency and deposit a security amount. The rental service costs around INR. 1500 per day.
Take a look at the video where the father and his son captured the journey through their lenses.
Tale of three men, three Royal Enfields and Khardung La
Khardung La is known as the world’s highest motorable road. Situated in the picturesque Ladakh region the road to the Khardung La is full of amazing natural landscapes and treacherous terrain. People choose to visit the region by car. But adventure lovers take the journey on the mighty Royal Enfields, which can easily withstand the tough road conditions and the thin air of the region.
This video shows how three motorcycle riders took the road from Amritsar to Khardung La in their Royal Enfield Classic 350’s which are the most popular models in India among the Royal Enfield range. The Classic 350 is also popularly known as the ‘Bullet’. The motorcycle is powered by a 346 cc four stroke single cylinder air cooled twin spark engine which is paired with a five speed gearbox and churns out 19.8 bhp of peak power and 28 Nm of peak torque. The engine is very responsive and refined therefore delivering a pristine performance.
The supreme ride quality is a vital reason which attracts the people toward the Classic 350. This motorcycle rides on 35 mm hydraulic telescopic fork suspensions at the front and gas charged 5 step adjustable hydraulic coil springs at the rear. The braking duty is done by large 280 mm disc at the front wheel, while the rear sports 153 mm drum brake.