HIMALAYAN


"Our single biggest insight in all these years of riding has been that the best motorcycle for the Himalayas is not one that tries to dominate its landscape, but one that is able to go with its flow. Large adventure tourers that currently define this category do not fare well in the Himalayas, as they are very heavy, extremely complicated, intimidating and not really designed for this environment. ​With its purpose-built ground-up design, the Himalayan is a simple and capable go-anywhere motorcycle that will redefine adventure touring...”
Siddhartha Lal, MD & CEO, Royal Enfield


Himalayan: Overview
The Royal Enfield Himalayan was shown for the first time in the UK at the Motorcycle Live Exhibition, NEC Birmingham, in November 2016. 
Combining outstanding versatility with 'all-day' riding capability regardless of terrain, the Royal Enfield Himalayan features long-travel suspension, natural upright riding position and a durable, torquey engine for maximum comfort, whether on open highway, city streets or remote mountain roads.

The Himalayan is fit to be your only motorcycle.

ALL HIMALAYANS COME WITH 2 YEARS BREAKDOWN COVER 

Price:
£4,199 On The Road - 2 Years Manufactures Warranty - All Accessories in stock - Finance Available 


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Royal Enfield Himalayan: Basics 

(1) Compact and Manageable Design, (2) Simple Instrumentation, (3) Comfortable, Low Seat Height, (4) Smooth 410cc Engine. 




Royal Enfield Himalayan: Euro 4 Specification

Engine & Gearbox:
​Displacement:
411.0
Engine:
Single cylinder, air-cooled, 4 stroke, SOHC
Bore x Stroke:
78 mm x 86 mm
Compression Ratio:
9.5 : 1
Transmission:
5 speed
Ignition System:
Electronic
Lubrication System:
Wet Sump
Fuel System:
Electronic Fuel Injection (Euro 4)
Final Drive:
Chain

Overall Dimensions:
Length:
2190mm
Width:
840mm
Height:
1360mm
Seat Height:
800mm
Weight:
182kg
Fuel Capacity:
15L

Frame, Wheels & Tyres:
Front Suspension:
Telescopic Forks
Rear Suspension:
Monoshock
Front Brake:
Disc
Rear Brake:
Disc
Front Tyre:
90/90 - 21"
Rear Tyre:
120/90 - 17"


Reviews:
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"Given the choice between the Himalayan and a Multistrada on the roads I’d ridden over the past week, I know which I’d choose, and it’s not Italian. Or red."
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This leading Adventure Motorcycle publication has been following the Himalayan's development since the beginning.
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"With a name like the Himalayan, you’d expect this Royal Enfield to be special. And it certainly feels so. The company has made a bold move into the adventure-tourer segment and the resulting motorcycle has done exceedingly well at that. Rugged this one most certainly is. The company says that it’s built to take on disintegrated terrain, which to us, means a motorcycle that we can ride to work every day. It won’t feel out of place on long excursions out of town either. Whether you’re planning on heading up to the mountains or not, this adventure-tourer definitely means business".
Richard Chaves, Top Gear