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Overall, in my opinion, they are a much better ride

Overall, in my opinion, they are a much better ride in every scenario than, for example, Harley’s Street 500. And dynamically, it is a sweeter handling machine than the outgoing Triumph Street Twin.

Overall, in my opinion, they are a much better ride in every scenario than, for example, Harley’s Street 500. And dynamically, it is a sweeter handling machine than the outgoing Triumph Street Twin.

Royal Enfield really do need to be congratulated on taking this massive step forward. I would not hesitate in recommending one of these to a new rider in Australia. Or an experienced rider.

These new twins are a successful marriage of Royal Enfield’s basic roots of mechanical simplicity, but with just enough modern technology to ensure that the ride is fun, but without the fuss.

I think perhaps the best chapters in Royal Enfield’s long history are still to be written.

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