These motorcycles were crafted specifically to honour the Indian Armed Forces
Royal Enfield has a long-standing association with the Indian Armed Forces and they are now taking it forward with the introduction of two new Classic variants, namely the Airborne Blue and Stormrider Sand. Both bikes are based on the Classic 350. The thought behind these new motorcycle variants falls perfectly in line with the brand’s military heritage.
For over 65 years the Armed Forces have been loyal to the brand and taking pride in that fact has resulted in these two bikes which, as the company claims, are completely inspired by the men and women who ride them. In fact, the bike manufacturer continues to be the largest supplier of vehicles to the Armed Forces till date.
The two new models of the Classic Signals will be offered with a distinct stencilled number on the tank which indicates the production number of the motorcycle. With each bike having its own distinct number, it makes them truly bespoke items as no two motorcycles will be the same. In addition to the exclusive paint schemes and numbering, the bikes also boast of sporting a blacked-out engine, silencer and wheels which had to their exclusivity. Besides these bikes, the brand is also introducing dual channel ABS for the first time and we should see that on the rest of the range as well, in due time.
Along with the bikes, Royal Enfield is also offering a dedicated range of apparel and motorcycle accessories that include over 40 items ranging from t-shirts, caps, helmets, bags as well as heavy duty water resistant military panniers, steel engine guards, and a windshield kit. The Classic Signals range starts from `1,61,728 onwards.