News from Royal Enfield: Bullet 350 and Himalayan

Two new motorcycles from India; Bullet 350 and Himalayan in video

Royal Enfield Bullet 350Photos: Royal Enfield


Nine decades of uninterrupted tradition.
New heart. Same legendary strike.

Most motorcycles come and go, but only a few become icons.
The Bullet 350 isn't just a machine. She is a legend with a legacy of over nine decades.
It has pushed generation after generation of riders to create lifelong memories. Today, its history shines as brightly as its hand-applied gold trim stripes, and each stroke is a testament to the Bullet's unrivalled heritage.

The iconic silhouette of the Bullet is still unmistakable, but now with an updated frame with two beams. The new 349cc engine is at the heart of the Bullet, delivering the estimated low-end torque while maintaining and celebrating the crystal-clear "thump" that hits just the right note every time.

The history of the Bullet is a true legend - 91 years of unsurpassed resilience and endurance. Now it's time to write the next chapter in the Bullet's illustrious history.


THE NEW HIMALAYAN - made in the Himalayas...

Royal Enfield Himalayan

From the towering Himalayas to countless other epic journeys around the world, the groundbreaking adventure that began in 2016 is ready to take on a new character in 2023.

We put the new Himalayan to the ultimate endurance test on one of the toughest proving grounds in the world – the ever-changing Himalayas. It is their spiritual home.

From the factory in Chennai to the highest passable mountain pass in the world - the Umling La. From the lowlands to the mountains, through cities, on highways, in rain, in sunshine, by day, by night and everything in between.

5.500 km // 24 riders // 3 motorcycles