Royal Enfield has unveiled the much awaited
Himalayan motorcycle in New Delhi. The Himalayan features a brand new 411cc,
single cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC petrol engine which makes 24.5bhp at
6500rpm and 32Nm of torque at 4000-4500rpm. The bike will get a carburetted
fuel deliver system and a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox.
The Himalayan has been built on a
Half-Duplex, split cradle frame and rides on 41mm telescopic forks in the front
and a monoshock with linkage in the rear. The front suspension has a travel of
200mm while the rear suspension is capable of a 180mm travel. The kerb weight
of the bike is a 182kgs and the rider seat height has been set to 800mm while
the ground clearance is 220mm. The fuel tank can hold up to 15 litres and the
fuel supply system also comes with a throttle position sensor. The Himalayan
will also will be the first RE bike to feature an only electric engine start
The bike rides on 90/90 R21 tyres in the front
and a 120/90 R17 in the rear. The electrical system is a 12 volt-DC system with
a 12 volt, 8Ah battery and features an LED taillamp along with a halogen
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