Royal Enfield’s Trials tribute

ROYAL ENFIELD HAS launched a new dual-purpose version of its Bullet 500 single in tribute to the company’s success 70 years ago in ISDT competitions between 1948 and 1953.

The Bullet Trials 500 uses the same 499cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, four-stroke engine used on the standard bikes.

The Trials produces 27.2bhp at 5100rpm and up to 31.7lb-ft (43Nm) of torque, which RE says provides ‘real useable flexibility’.

Read more and view more images in the July 2019 issue of CBG – on sale now!

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