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The two 650s are good

The two 650s are good, and for a first attempt to overhaul the firm’s output, they should do the job

IT’S NOT often that a bike firm has a moment as big as this one. For much of the past fifty-odd years, Royal Enfield has meant a 350cc or 500cc single cylinder motor, with its roots in the 1940s, in a basic chassis, and technology that made Harley-Davidson look like HRC. The firm sold millions of bikes in the Indian home market – where a Royal Enfield was the ideal wheels for anything from climbing the Himalayas to moving your family about.