Royal Enfield Classic Modified Into A Bobber
Royal Enfield 500cc motorcycles including Classic, Bullet and Thunderbird were discontinued after BS6 emission norms kicked in
Royal Enfield motorcycles are among the most custom-friendly bikes in the aftermarket industry. A robust frame makes it possible for designers to modify them in a whole new configuration. This is further aided by simple, no-nonsense retro designs of the base models.
Delhi-based aftermarket workshop Neev Motorcycles has created many such customised Royal Enfield bikes which look unique in composition yet retain classic Royal Enfield characteristics underneath. Another such motorcycle has been designed and conceptualised by Neev which reminds us of good old choppers of Western markets.
Royal Enfield Classic Bobber Zeus – Design Upgrades
The donor model used in this case is a Classic 500 which has been converted into a bobber. The bike on the outset looks outrageous and something out of this world and hence has been aptly named after the Greek God ‘Zeus’. Getting into details, the motorcycle has been equipped with a unique fuel tank design that fortifies it with complex curves in order to add a glimpse of novelty to its style.
As evident, the bike features minimal body panels which gives it a clean look. It wears a beautiful dual-tone custom paint job with glossy black and matte silver. The exhaust has been designed and crafted out of stainless steel which looks premium and ravishing.
Royal Enfield Classic Modified Into A Bobber
Other custom-built parts include a finely crafted handlebar, toolbox, and fenders that look aesthetically pleasing. All the components mentioned above have been built by hand.
Both front and rear fenders have been chopped short while front forks have been covered by aluminium bars. At rear, folks at Neev have incorporated a longer swingarm which is attached to the presumably stock twin shock absorbers.
Other hand-built accessories include a carburetor cover, wheel covers and a new leather seat. Components such as the headlight, taillight, turn indicators, rearview mirrors and a single pod instrument console are high-end aftermarket accessories.
Royal Enfield Classic Modified Into A Bobber
There are not many details regarding the bike’s engine but therefore it is assumed that the stock powertrain is in place. This 499cc single-cylinder air-cooled, fuel-injected motor kicked out 27 bhp at 5250 rpm and a peak torque 41.3 Nm at 4000 rpm. The engine is linked to a 5-speed gearbox. Suspension setup consists of telescopic front forks and twin gas-charged shock absorbers at the rear.
Braking duties are carried out by a 280 mm disc at front and a 240 mm disc or drum at rear. The motorcycle rolls on stock 18-inch wire-spoke wheels shod with chubbier tyres. With an increase in diameter and a new swingarm, wheelbase of the stock Classic 500 has been extended slightly. More
Royal Enfield Classic Modified Into A Bobber
Image – Vi VlogsThe new-gen Classic 350 is based on a new Twin Downtube frame which is said to have improved its handling to a great extent
A couple of days back, Royal Enfield launched its very highly anticipated new generation Classic 350. Starting at a price of Rs 1.84 lakh (ex-showroom), Royal Enfield has managed to retain the old retro charm of the outgoing Classic 350 despite this being an all-new model in which nothing from the older model has been carried forward.
Now, the Chennai-based bikemaker has revealed the official accessories list for the new-gen Classic 350. The Accessories tab on the company’s official website displays the list of goodies on offer by the company. Under the accessories tab, Royal Enfield now has a separate tab for the new-gen Classic which contains a host of add-ons.
List of Official Accessories
The official accessories have been broadly categorised under eight segments- Protection, Controls, Seats, Bodywork, Luggage, Engine, Security & Maintenance and Wheels. The most number of options are listed under engine guards where prices start at Rs. 2,750 and go up to Rs. 4,250. The company is offering two options of alloy wheels designs, both of which cost Rs 12,500 a pair.
Similarly, there are two types one can opt for Silver Deluxe and Black deluxe each costing Rs 2,500 per set. Below is a detailed first look video by Vi Vlogs, detailing the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 and its official accessories. The total cost of all accessories in the video below is about Rs 26k.
Considered as one of the best touring machines, the new Classic 350 will also look to build on that reputation hence Royal Enfield is offering accessories that make this new Classic a touring-friendly motorcycle. This includes Waterproof Inner Bag, Pannier, Pannier Rail and Rack with prices starting at Rs 1,150.
There are also different kinds of accessory seats on offer for both rider and pillion whose prices start from Rs 2,500 and Rs 2,950 respectively. Buyers will get the option to choose from three windscreens with the range-topping touring screen priced at Rs 3,950. Two options each for backrest and seat covers have been made available, both in black and brown. The backrests would cost Rs 950 while the seat covers will set one back by Rs 1,000.
Apart from these, Royal Enfield is also offering two mirror options for the new Classic 350- a bar-end type and a touring type priced respectively Rs 5,800 and Rs 6,250. We also expect the bikemaker to offer Tripper Navigation an official accessory for the new-gen Classic at a later stage.
The 2021 Classic 350 has been receiving positive reviews from all corners mainly due to its new and more refined powertrain. It is now powered by a 349cc single-cylinder air-cooled motor which pushes out 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm of peak torque. This unit is paired with a new 5-speed gearbox. All mechanical configurations have been borrowed from Meteor 350. More
Image – Nitin AutoroidsThe 2021 RE Classic 350 comes in with a fresh range of features and new J series, 349cc engine which it shares with the Meteor 350
Royal Enfield has launched the new Classic 350 retro styled motorcycle. This motorcycle has a strong fan base in the country. In its new avatar, the 2021 RE Classic 350 gets some feature updates. It is being offered in 5 trims of Redditch, Halcyon, Signals, Dark and Chrome.
Bookings have opened on the company website, or at the nearest Royal Enfield Store while customers can book test rides and customize their Classic 350 via the Royal Enfield App. The new RE Classic 350 comes in with a 3 year warranty along with 1 year Roadside Assistance (RSA).
Vibration Test – Old vs New Royal Enfield Classic 350
2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 gets to a new J Series, single cylinder, 4 stroke, EFI unit that also powers the Meteor 350. This engine offers 20.2 hp power at 6,100 rpm and 27 Nm torque at 4,000 rpm mated to a 5 speed constant mesh gearbox.
This engine continues to give out the prototypical thump of exhaust as seen on its current counterpart. Not only that, it is this engine which has removed the vibrations from Classic 350. You feel no vibrations while riding the motorcycle. Minor vibrations seep in once you cross 80-100 kmph. Take a look at the vibration test of Royal Enfield New Classic 350 Vs Old Classic 350 in the video below by Nitin Autoroids.
Dimensions and Features
2021 RE Classic 350 measures 2,145mm in length, 785 mm in width and 1,090mm in height. It sits on a 1,390 wheelbase and gets ground clearance at 170 mm which is 3mm higher compared to the outgoing model. Fuel tank capacity stands at 13 liters. Braking is via front disc brake and rear drum brake with single channel ABS offered as standard. It receives telescopic suspension and rear twin tube emulsion shocks while it rides on 19 inch wheel front and 18 inch wheel at the rear.
Feature updates seen on the new Classic 350 shows off a new semi digital instrument cluster with analogue speedometer and LCD with fuel display and odometer. It also gets a new lighting system with halogen bulbs – an updated headlamp unit and refreshed tail lamp cluster. It sports Royal Enfield’s Tripper Navigation System and a new USB port positioned just below the handlebar.
Price and Colour Options
RE Classic entry level Redditch is priced at Rs 1,84,374 while Classic 350 Halcyon carries a price tag of Rs 1,92,123. The Signals variant is at Rs 2,04,367 while the top of the line Dark and Chrome variants are priced at Rs 2,11,465 and Rs 2,15,118 respectively – all prices are ex-showroom Delhi.
RE Classic 350 is being presented in a total of 11 colour options. The Redditch trim gets two colours of Redditch Sage Green and Redditch Grey. Classic 350 Halcyon variant comes in three colours of Halcyon Green, Halcyon Black and Halcyon Grey while the Signals variant has two options of Signals Marsh Grey and Signals Desert Sand.
RE Classic 350 Dark variant will sport colour options of Dark Stealth Black and Dark Gunmetal Grey while the top spec Chrome variant gets two colours of Chrome Red and Chrome Bronze. Classic 350 will continue to rival the Honda H’Ness CB350, Benelli Imperiale and Jawa models. More
New Royal Enfield Classic 350While it retains much of its earlier styling, new Classic 350 packs in a range of functional improvements
Royal Enfield has launched the all-new Classic 350 at a starting price of Rs 1.84 lakh for the Redditch Series. Classic 350 Halcyon range is priced from Rs 1.93 lakh. 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Signals is priced from Rs 2.04 lakh. New Classic Dark Edition is priced from Rs 2.11 lakh. Top of the line Chrome Classic 350 is priced from Rs 2.15 lakh. All prices are ex-sh.
Interested folks can place their booking at any of the authorized dealerships. Already the top selling product in its category, new Classic 350 will be a greater challenge for rivals like Jawa, Honda H’ness CB350 and Benelli Imperiale 400.
New Royal Enfield Classic 350 Prices. Chrome variant price has been printed wrongly in the image. It is 2.15, and not 2.51.
New-gen Classic 350 design and features
Even in its current form, Classic 350 is loved by enthusiasts for its classy, old-school look and feel. As retro theme is one of the key USPs of the bike, Royal Enfield has played it safe by not fiddling with styling aspects. Classic 350 is the company’s bread and butter, making it all the more important to not take risky bets on it. Experiments with design could always be conducted on other new products that the company has plans to launch in the coming years.
New Classic 350 continues with its round halogen headlamp, teardrop-shaped fuel tank, circular turn indicators and rear view mirrors, ergonomically placed wide handlebars, spoke wheels, bottle-tube exhaust muffler and round tail lamp. The updated bike is available in 11 colour options. A total of five trims are on offer, Redditch, Halcyon, Signals, Dark and top-spec Chrome trim.
New Royal Enfield Classic 350 – Tripper navigation is only on Chrome variants via RE app. It will be offered as option to other variants from a later date.
In other updates, the bike gets a revised semi-digital instrument cluster. New Classic 350 will also be getting Tripper navigation, which was introduced first with Meteor 350. However, the units currently being sent to dealerships do not have the Tripper system. This is apparently due to global shortage of semiconductors. It is expected that Tripper system will be made available for new Classic 350 as soon as supply situation improves.
New-gen Classic 350 engine and specs
Updated Classic 350 will be using the new 350cc, air-oil cooled motor that currently does duty on Meteor 350. This next-gen 350cc motor will be used for all new / next-gen 350cc Royal Enfield motorcycles that are planned to be launched in coming months. It is capable of generating max power of 20.2 bhp and max torque of 27 Nm. It is mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
As compared to the current 350cc engine, power output has increased by 1.1 bhp whereas torque has reduced by 1 Nm. These changes are unlikely to impact user experience in real world ride conditions. However, the engine does offer tangible benefits in terms of responsiveness and reduced vibrations. Also, it will continue to delight users with a thumpy aural experience.
New Royal Enfield Classic 350
Another significant change for new Classic 350 is the new twin downtube spine frame. Referred to as ‘J platform’, it was introduced with Meteor 350. This is much better than the current single downtube frame that utilizes the engine as stressed member. The new platform improves ride dynamics and helps lower vibrations.
New Classic 350 utilizes larger 300mm disc at the front and 270mm disc at the rear. Front and rear tyres are wider as well. Users have the option to choose from spoke and alloy wheels. They can choose single or dual-channel ABS and single-seat or dual-seat configuration. More
Royal Enfield Classic 350 Halcyon Green Colour. Image – Prashant NayyarNew Royal Enfield Classic 350 will be made available in five trims with eleven different colour options
The internet has been flashing news about the upcoming new generation Classic 350 from Royal Enfield for the past few weeks now. Like every model from Royal Enfield, anticipation for this motorcycle is huge more so because it has been the brand’s highest-selling model in the last decade.
Many previews of the new Classic 350 have already been going viral online which have revealed plenty about the modern retro-style bike. Latest images of New Royal Enfield Classic 350 Green Colour (Halcyon Green) have been posted by Prashant Nayyar. This is a new colour option and looks quite attractive.
Exhaust Note Compared
Two key attributes about Royal Enfield motorcycles that are talked about most often are their looks and thump sound. While its styling has been revealed in recent spy shots and videos, we also have a sample of its exhaust note.
A video on YouTube uploaded by Royal. Sourabh Vlog reveals the exhaust note of upcoming Classic 350. When compared with the outgoing model, surprisingly both sound a lot similar to each other. This mainly has to do with the tighter BS6 emission norms and a much larger catalytic converter that comes with these strict emission standards. The new cat con box results in a muffled exhaust note which evidently is present on the new-gen Classic 350 as well.
However, this was very different in the pre-BS6 era where the exhaust notes from Royal Enfield bikes were much louder and aggressive. At idle, both the older generation Classic 350 and new-gen Classic 350 sound identical. On pulling the throttle a little gently, the new Classic 350 offers a slightly raspier note than the outgoing model. Nevertheless, both exhaust notes are subdued in nature, something which won’t appeal to old-school Royal Enfield fans.
Updated Styling & Features
The good thing though the bikemaker hasn’t tinkered with the motorcycle’s design too much as it still gets the vibe of a signature Royal Enfield retro-style bike. Some visual highlights include a round halogen headlamp, circular turn indicators, a teardrop-shaped fuel tank with rubber grips, tiger-eyed position lights and wire-spoke wheels.
In terms of features, the new Classic 350 will be offered with a revised semi-digital instrument cluster which comes with an analogue speedometer and a digital display for odometer and fuel gauge. It also comes with the provision of a Tipper Navigation display which could be fitted as an accessory from any dealership.
Royal Enfield Classic 350 Halcyon Green Colour
The new Classic 350 is powered by a new 349cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine which made its debut with Meteor 350. This unit is coupled with a new 5-speed gearbox and is rated to deliver an output of 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm of peak torque. The new engine also comes with a counterbalance shaft which is said to improve refinement levels and reduce vibration significantly.
Prices of the 2021 Classic 350 are expected to start in the same range as the current Classic 350 at the time of launch, which is scheduled to take place tomorrow on 1st Sep 2021. More
New Royal Enfield Classic 350 – Jerry VlogsBookings for the new-gen Royal Enfield Classic 350 have begun – It can be booked in any authorized dealership
Royal Enfield will launch the new generation of Classic 350 on 1st Sep 2021. Ahead of that, it has now gone on display across authorized dealerships in India. The bike’s launch has been highly anticipated since the first-gen Classic has been the highest-selling model from the Chennai-based bikemaker ever since it was first launched in 2009.
This is the exact reason why Royal Enfield hasn’t tinkered too much with its design since it has been a USP of the Classic brand. Even with a generation update, it will take a keen eye to realize that this is the new gen and not the old gen.
Variants & Colour Options
The new Classic 350 can be had with either a single-channel ABS variant or a dual-channel ABS variant and consumers can either opt for a single-seat or dual-seat derivative. It is available in a total of five trim levels namely Redditch, Halcyon, Signals, Dark and the range-topping Chrome trim.
The entire lineup is offered in as many as eleven colour options with each trim barring Halcyon being in two colour options each. Halcyon is the only trim to be offered with three paint schemes. Take a look at the short first look video from Jerry Vlogs, detailing the new colour options on offer with 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350.
Only the Redditch trim is offered with a single-channel ABS whereas the rest of the lineup is equipped with a dual-channel ABS. Dark and Signals Edition of the new Classic 350 adopt a completely blacked-out theme while the rest of the lineup makes use of chrome components.
Design & Features
As previously mentioned, most of the styling aspects of the modern retro-styled motorcycle have been retained from the outgoing model. These include a round halogen headlamp, circular turn indicators, a teardrop-shaped fuel tank with rubber grips, tiger-eyed position lights, etc. Other styling highlights such as wire-spoked wheels (except Dark Trim), a bottle tube exhaust muffler, circular rearview mirrors and a round taillamp lend the bike a signature retro appeal.
In terms of features, the new-gen Classic 350 gets a revised semi-digital instrument cluster. Interestingly, the Tripper Navigation TFT display is not seen on the display bikes. Dealers say that due to semiconductor shortage, RE is shipping the Classic 350 without the Tripper Navigation unit. It Could be offered as an additional accessory at a later stage.
New Royal Enfield Classic 350 – Redline Motoworks
When paired to the Royal Enfield App on the rider’s smartphone via Bluetooth, the tripper navigation reads out turn-by-turn navigation to the location entered. For the first time, Classic 350 gets a USB charger. The switchgear in handlebar has also been upgraded and feels more premium now.
The major updates have been under the bike’s skin which now features a J platform. The new double downtube frame will be suspended on conventional 41mm telescopic forks at front and dual shock absorbers at rear. Braking duties will be handled by disc brakes on both wheels with a 300mm rotor at front and a 270mm rotor at rear. The motorcycle rolls on 19-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels while it tips the weighing scales at 195 kilos.
Powering the new-gen Classic 350 is a new 349cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine that kicks out 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm of peak torque. This unit is coupled with a new 5-speed gearbox. The new engine also comes with a counterbalance shaft which is said to improve refinement levels and reduce vibration significantly. More
2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Arrives At Dealer. Image – Keshav DasAt launch, New-gen Classic 350 could cost about the same as compared to the current model that starts at Rs 1.79 lakh
Already the top selling bike in 200cc-500cc segment, things are going to get even more interesting with launch of next-gen Classic 350. The updated bike packs in a range of visual enhancements, functional improvements and new engine and chassis.
Ahead of its launch on September 01, the motorcycles have started arriving at dealers across India. Hat tip to automotive enthusiast Keshav, for sharing exclusive photos of new RE C350 while it was being off-loaded from a transport trailer and being moved into a dealership.
New-gen Classic 350 key updates
Some of the key changes include new headlamp with new pilot lamps, updated fuel tank graphics, new exhaust design and new tail lamp unit. Users can expect a better experience, as the bike has wide and comfortable seats for both rider and pillion. While the handlebar is the same as earlier, the ergonomics have been improved with revisions in grips, switch cubes, info switch and oval master cylinder.
Other key features of new-gen Classic 350 include integrated ignition and steering lock, semi-digital instrument cluster with LCD info panel, and USB charger. The bike gets Bluetooth-based Tripper navigation that comes with dedicated TFT display device. It is powered by Google navigation. Tripper system was introduced for the first time with Meteor 350. Several other Royal Enfield bikes are also expected to get Tripper navigation system.
2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Arrives At Dealer
A range of new colour options will be available with next-gen Classic 350. As per reports, new Classic 350 will have five variants. While the lower four variants will have two colour options each, the top-spec variant will have three dual-tone colour options. The top-spec model will make liberal use of chrome.
New-gen Classic 350 engine and specs
Powering next-gen Classic 350 will be the new 350cc, air-oil cooled motor that first debuted with Meteor 350. It is capable of generating 20.2 bhp of max power and 27 Nm of peak torque. It is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. As compared to current model, power output has increased by 1.1 bhp. However, torque output is down by 1 Nm. This is unlikely to make any major difference in real world riding conditions.
Chassis has been updated, featuring a twin downtube spine frame. The current unit is a single downtube frame that uses engine as stressed member. Working together, the new engine and frame have achieved significant improvements in ride dynamics. Vibrations have also reduced dramatically, as already noted by Meteor 350 users.
New RE C350 Arrives At Dealer Showroom
Both front and rear tyres are now wider, as compared to that of existing model. Brake discs are larger; 300 mm at front and 270 mm at rear. The current model has 280 mm / 240 mm discs, respectively. Users will have the option to choose between single and dual-channel ABS.
Just like the current model, new Classic 350 will be available in both single seat and dual-seat configuration. Both spoke and alloy wheel option will be available. New Classic 350 will continue to rival the likes of Honda H’Ness CB350, Jawa and Benelli Imperiale 400. More
Royal Enfield Classic 350 White Colour. Image – Bullet GuruNew Royal Enfield Classic 350 will continue to go up against the likes of Jawa, Benelli Imperiale 400 and Honda H’Ness CB350
The entire motorcycling community in India is presently awaiting the launch of the highly anticipated new-gen Royal Enfield Classic 350. The Chennai-based modern classic bikemaker recently took to social media to confirm that the new Classic 350 will be launched on September 1.
In recent months, many details of the upcoming motorcycle have been revealed through various spy shots leaked on the internet. Also, the bike has managed to garner attention due to the excessive number of colour options available. Multiple colour options of the new-gen Classic 350 have come to light from recent spy videos and images.
New Classic 350 Colour options
Reports have indicated that the new Classic 350 will be made available in five variants. Barring the top-spec trim, rest of the four variants will be offered in two colour options each.
The top-spec model will offer three dual-tone paint schemes, each of which will be complemented by heavy doses of chrome. The upcoming lineup of the modern retro motorcycle will offer new colour options such as Stealth Black, British Green and Glossy Grey.
Royal Enfield Classic 350 New Colour
While some of them like the British Green option will offer tan brown leather seats, the other will offer black seats. Some variants will offer mechanical components such as handlebar, rearview mirrors, headlamp bezels and exhaust tailpipe embellished in chrome whereas others will get these parts blacked out.
A few other paint schemes expected to be included are Light green, Khakhi, Stealth black, dual-tone red and black and white. The new-gen Classic will also get Signals Edition as one of its variants which are more likely to be offered in light green and khaki. The Signals Edition is a tribute to all men and women of the defence and paramilitary forces.
Apart from new colour options, the overall design of the new Classic 350 is more of an evolution with most of the styling of the outgoing model retained. This includes a round halogen headlamp, teardrop-shaped fuel tank with rubber grips, tiger-eyed position lights, etc. Like the current-gen Classic, the upcoming model will be sold in both single- and dual-seat derivatives.
The new-gen Classic 350 will be underpinned by an all-new J platform which made its debut with Meteor 350 late last year. The new double downtube frame will be suspended on conventional telescopic forks at front and dual shock absorbers at rear. Braking duties will be handled by disc brakes on both wheels and assisted by a dual-channel ABS as standard.
Another major update will be a brand new 349cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine that propels the bike. This motor kicks out 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm of peak torque. This unit is paired with a new 5-speed gearbox. The new engine also comes with a counterbalance shaft which is said to improve refinement levels and reduce vibration significantly. More
Royal Enfield Classic 350 Launch Date TeaserNext-gen Classic 350 will continue to rival the likes of Jawa, Honda H’ness CB350 and Benelli Imperiale 400
One of the most awaited launches, next-gen Classic 350 will debut in a few days. A lot of information is already available about the motorcycle based on numerous sightings of test mules undergoing road tests.
Media rides have also commenced for next-gen Classic 350. The bike packs in a range of updates including visual refinements and new engine and platform. Some new colour options will also be on offer. Today, Royal Enfield has shared the official launch date. It is 1st Sep, 2021.
Royal Enfield Classic 350 Launch Date Teaser
Next-gen Classic 350 design and features
The signature retro styling has been carried forward in most parts for new Classic 350. It’s one of the key things that define what the brand is all about. Most other new / next-gen product that Royal Enfield will introduce in the future will continue to use retro styling. Even the electric motorcycle that the company is developing will have retro styling. The only difference will be in the ratio of retro-modern features.
In case of new Classic 350, the scales are tilted towards a retro-heavy profile. It is evident in the round headlamp and rear view mirrors, teardrop shaped turn indicators and fuel tank, and broad front and rear fenders. Both spoke and alloy wheel options will be available. Retro enthusiasts are most likely to choose the former.
Liberal use of chrome garnish is another factor that enhances the bike’s retro profile. Chrome garnish can be seen on several components such as front and rear suspension, turn indicators, handlebar, engine casing and exhaust pipe. However, there will be colour variants that will have a blacked-out look.
Some of the new colour options that will be available for next-gen Classic 350 include British Green and Glossy Grey. The seat colour will be accordingly adjusted. Some will have brown colour seats whereas others will get the standard black colour seats. In its current form, Classic 350 is available in colour options of Orange Ember, Stealth Black, Chrome Black, Airborne Blue, Stormrider Sand, Gunmetal Grey, Classic Black, and Metallo Silver.
Just like its predecessor, new Classic 350 will be available in both single seat and dual seat configuration. However, there’s a slight change in that the spring-based rider seat has been replaced with a standard option. It is expected that the seats will have improved cushioning to ensure more comfort and reduced vibrations.
Next-gen Classic 350 engine and specs
Royal Enfield has used its new J platform and the new 349cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine with Meteor 350. This setup will be used for new Classic 350 as well. Users have reported significant improvements in ride quality and vibration level with Meteor 350. Next-gen Classic 350 can be expected to deliver a similar level of performance.
The new 349cc motor is capable of generating 20.2 bhp of max power and 27 Nm of peak torque. It is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The engine produces far less vibrations, as it has been equipped with a counter-balancer shaft.
New Classic 350 utilizes a new double downtube frame with standard telescopic forks at front and dual rear shock absorbers. The bike has disc brakes at both ends. Dual-channel ABS will be offered as standard. More