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Royal Enfield Bullet Trials arrive at dealer – 1st official TVC video details history

As a tribute to the Royal Enfield factory riders’ team and to Trials Wizard – Johnny Brittain, the company has now launched Bullet Trials 500 for a price of Rs 2,07,104, and Bullet Trials 350 at Rs. 1,62,345/- (ex-showroom price). Keeping in mind high levies and taxes in Kerala, Bullet Trials 500 ex sh price in the state has been kept at Rs. 1,99,899.

Bookings can be made at stores and online. Global launch in key international markets are scheduled through 2019. Royal Enfield takes pride in being the world’s oldest motorcycle brand in continuous production, and the Bullet being the longest running motorcycle model globally.

Bullet Trials 500cc and 350cc draws inspiration from classic trials competitions from the 1940’s and 50’s. New Bullet Trials are fitted with block tread pattern tyres for improved off road grip. The reinforced handlebar comes with a cross-brace. A raised silencer improves ground clearance, and keeping with mandated ABS norms that come into effect from April 2019, Trials feature dual channel Anti-lock Braking System (ABS).

Trimmed mudguards, a single seat, and luggage carrier are standard features. For those keen on adding more, Trials bikes are available with five specific accessories built for the bikes – compact engine guard, headlight grill, number board, aluminium sump guard for added engine protection, and handlebar brace pad. In all, there are 30 genuine motorcycle accessories to choose from. Watch the official TVC video below, which details the history of Royal Enfield Trials.

2019 Bullet Trials 350 gets power from single cylinder, 4 stroke, twinspark, aircooled 346cc UCE engine that returns max power of 19.8 bhp @ 5250 rpm, and max torque of 28 Nm @ 4000 rpm mated to a 5-speed gearbox. 2019 Bullet Trials 500 gets power from a single cylinder, 4 stroke, Spark ignition, Aircooled, Fuel injection 499cc UCE engine that returns max power of 27.2 bhp @ 5250 rpm and max torque of 41.3 Nm @ 4000 rpm mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

Bullet Trials dimensions are mostly shared: ground clearance – 135 mm; length – 2080 mm; width – 805 mm; and height – 1123 mm. Trials 350 wheelbase measures in at 1380 mm, and kerb weight stands at 187 Kgs (with 90 percent fuel and oil). Trials 500 wheelbase measures in at 1390 mm, and kerb weight stands at 192 Kgs (with 90 percent fuel and oil). Both bikes have seat height is pegged at 800 mm, and the fuel tank is good for 13.5 litres. Below are detailed photos with specs.

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