Original unrestored example of the Triumph Trident T150 750cc 3 cylinder Triple from 1975.
A superbike in its day, still a swift machine, recent service and mot, new Boyer Mk4 electronic ignition fitted., Recent recommission after a few years lay up, serviced and balanced., Braided front brake hose, stainless steel front brake master cylinder fitted., Matching engine and frame numbers., Key, manual and lots of history included showing genuine low mileage., Tax and MOT exempt, although MOT is supplied for peace of mind.
Next MOT due 05/12/2020, Last serviced on 03/12/2019 at 29,991 miles, Part service history, Good bodywork, Tyre condition Good, Solid Black, 5+ owners
According to media reports, Royal Enfield is working on an electric bike that could join the product line-up in the not- too-distant future.
According to Vinod Dasari, CEO, Royal Enfield, the company's UK Technology Centre "has built an electric prototype based on an existing product".
Bullet Electra ?
Details to follow.
"A true café racer in every sense with none of the downsides, all of the upsides and endless character...
Royal Enfield has been clever and here’s how: look closely and you’ll notice those clip-on handlebars are actually mounted on risers. Study even more closely and you’ll notice that while those footpegs may have moved rearwards, they’re still mounted fairly low, and the distance from the seat to the bars is not completely raked out. Why? On all fronts, to keep it as comfy as possible. This isn’t a café racer that’ll wreck your wrists or destroy your knees after just 20 minutes. Actually, you’ll be able to do 200 miles on it without really noticing".
Twelve Royal Air Force personnel of various ranks and trades have just embarked on a 21 day unsupported motorcycle expedition across Nepal on Royal Enfield Himalayan motorcycles.
According to official statistics released by the MCIA (Motor Cycle Industry Association), the Royal Enfield interceptor has occupied first place in the UK sales charts every month for the past six months, (125cc - 650cc category).
UK Interceptor Registrations:
Total: 969 Royal Enfield Interceptors registered.
We've been informed by the DVLA that increased random trailer inspections will be carried out on the Queen's Highway (including lay-bys and motorway service stations) from 1st September 2019.
View the Department of Transport report on Trailer Safety here (63 pages). The report mentions a proposal to ban the use of tyres "ten years or older on certain vehicle types".
While trailers weighing less than 3,500kg don’t currently need an MOT, the cars and vans that tow them do. The car MOT test now includes an inspection of all trailer towing and electric equipment.
If you own an 'old' motorcycle trailer, and need advice regarding its general roadworthiness, contact Nick or Rowan at the Girton Garage on 01223 277949 / 276128.
"Royal Enfield's Interceptor 650 draws the right kind of attention"
"It's all down to a cracking engine, classic looks erring on the side of simplicity, and a whole heap of nostalgic history".
Yvonne and Katrina Bogg are inviting Members of the Royal Enfield Owners Club to attend the funeral of their father, Dave Bogg, a 40 year REOC Member, who passed away on Friday 16th August 2019.
Yvonne and Katrina are asking for as many Royal Enfield riders as possible to accompany the hearse from Dave's home, 14 Windhill Drive, Staincross, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, S75 5BL, leaving at 11.00 am on Monday 2nd September.
The bikes are requested to follow the hearse to the Barnsley Crematorium, with car drivers going directly to the crematorium for the ceremony at 12.10pm. The Crematorium is situated at Doncaster Road, Barnsley, S71 5 EH.
Donations to Macmillan Cancer Support are requested rather than flowers.
Royal Enfield India have announced no less than six new variants of the Bullet 350 destined for the Indian home market, offering a range of new colours and livery.
The Bullet 350, in addition to its existing black colour, will soon be available in three new colours - Bullet Silver, Sapphire Blue and Onyx Black. The electric start version will also be available in Jet Black, Regal Red and Royal Blue in addition to the current Maroon and Silver variants.
In addition to its existing retail stores, Royal Enfield recently launched 250 retail studio stores across India, and plans to launch another 250 over the next quarter to consolidate its dominance of the home market.
The company now maintains an impressive 930 dealer touchpoints, over 8,800 service bays and more than 900 authorised service workshops across the country.
Speaking about the launch of the new Studio Stores and the new Bullet variants, Vinod K Dasari, CEO, Royal Enfield, said, "It has been our constant endeavour to build greater accessibility for discerning customers and widen our footprint in India. We have witnessed significant demand across smaller towns and cities which are showing tremendous potential for growth and are soon becoming a huge market for a middle-weight motorcycle segment."
He also said, "Motorcycling aspirants in these towns are quickly catching on the trend of leisure motorcycling. With an intent to significantly expand our reach and build a robust network into these towns and cities, we are happy to announce the launch of 250 new Royal Enfield Studio Stores".
£4699.00 on the road, 2 year warranty.