The Royal Enfield concept motorcycle looks muscular, retro and futuristic


Royal Enfield is one of the most memorable motorcycle makers. In the 1970s the striker British bikemaker had long gone but 1931 was born Bullet model is still strong as it was built on Enfield's India-based offshoot since 1955. He has been getting better at the time but we're still talking about the same bike that is the best part of the century now. It does not mean that Royal Enfield does not like the experiment: at the EICMA bike show this year, Royal Enfield has demonstrated its concept of KX bobber bike, a mixture of quaint, retro and super futuristic. It's almost steampunk similar to its performance, inspired by the 1938 Royal Enfield KX model.

Now, Royal Enfield was quick to point out that the bike as it stands, is the concept and not slated to produce. It is still made from the alleged parts, and the mask shows that this is a new 838cc V-twin with cooling oil that is based on polarization. Power figures have not yet been identified.

Almost the industrial power girder front fork makes the bike look like a body builder, yet it looks decent enough that the vintage leather seat. There is some sci-fi comic book book on the bike, and we'd like to welcome the production version at any time. Here we hope that further development and real production KX follows.

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