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Royal Enfield’s new twin-cylinder bikes

Royal Enfield’s new twin-cylinder bikes have the power to surprise and burnish the brand’s image

Siddharth Lal, CEO of Royal Enfield (RE), called Goa a spiritual home of the motorcycle brand. A full day of riding the new parallel twin-engine-powered RE motorcycles in this little beach-y paradise, and I began to see why.Royal Enfield’s modern motorcycles are India’s answer to the Triumphs and Harleys. Out-of-league prices for the big bad cruisers? Head to choose from one of the RE’s on offer. Sometimes-jarring vibrations and other little niggles are borne with, just like Goa’s bad bits are overlooked by the teeming tourists who flock to its beaches for that affordable vacation. Oh, and like Goa, the REs’ cult status has gone mainstream too, if sales figures are anything to go by.

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