Decades of expeditions. Thousands of kilometers of traversing the most challenging terrain. Years of living and evolving with a machine that responds to the mountains. That's how we made the Himalayan, our first dual-purpose motorcycle. Here is how it was built to be tough, versatile, and adaptable to all kind of terrain.
The half-duplex, split-cradle frame and long travel suspension keep you in harmony with road, rocks, and everything in between.
800 mm seat height, perfectly-positioned foot pegs and handlebars reduce fatigue and give you a comfortable upright riding position whether you sit or stand.
Dual channel ABS as standard with the option of switching it off at the rear wheel for an engaging ride and for more control while riding on off-road surfaces.
Panniers at the back. Jerry cans in the front. The Himalayan's mounting points let you strap up and set off anytime. The LCD dashboard lets you track everything from miles to maintenance.
For a Steadfast Ride
Hefty 17" and 21" wheels with dual purpose tyres, for a steady grip on all roads and no roads.
Prepared For Challenges
Upswept silencer and 220mm of ground clearance keep you clear of all obstacles and ready to take on all kinds of terrain.
"This is only a ctrl+R for the Himalayan but the changes do make the bike better in some ways. Even for shelling out about Rs 6,000 more for the BS-VI model, the Himalayan still remains a brilliant value-for-money proposition."
"Himalayan vs G 310 GS vs Versys-X 300 comparison Royal Enfield Himalayan emerges the strongest of the three motorcycles and no amount of tech-wizardry, swanky components and badge/heritage value can substitute a simple, rugged motorcycle"
"Royal Enfield Tour Of Rajasthan 2018 — Exploring The ‘Land Of Kings’ The Motorcycle has a good ground clearance (220mm) along with long travel suspension, allowing it to really excel in off-roading conditions."
The most versatile Royal Enfield motorcycle that can take riders almost everywhere they want to go - On road or Off-road. Ride along on a journey to the toughest terrains with the Royal Enfield Himalayan.