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Royal Enfield 650 Twins Anniversary Edition Models Unveiled At EICMA 2021

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Only 480 special edition individually numbered bikes will be built, with 120 unit each for India, Europe, Americas and South East Asia.


The RE 650 Twins Anniversary Edition bikes will be built in limited numbers

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The RE 650 Twins Anniversary Edition bikes will be built in limited numbers

Royal Enfield has unveiled the 120th Year Anniversary Edition of the brand’s flagship 650 Twin motorcycles, the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and the Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 at the EICMA 2021 show in Milan, Italy. The two special edition motorcycles will have a limited production run of only 480 units, distributed as 120 units each for India, Europe, Americas and South East Asia, comprising of 60 Continental GT 650 bikes and 60 Interceptor 650 bikes for each region. With limited numbers, each of the Anniversary Edition motorcycles present a unique opportunity for global enthusiasts and Royal Enfield fans to own a piece of motorcycling history.

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Only 480 Anniversary Edition bikes of the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 will be built.

Speaking on the launch, Siddhartha Lal, Managing Director of Eicher Motors Ltd. said, “Few brands can celebrate the kind of legacy and history that Royal Enfield has enjoyed over the last century and a lot of this legacy is from the immense love the brand has received from riders through the ages. There was simply no better way of celebrating this milestone than sharing a piece of it with our consumers around the world. We are delighted to bring the 120th Anniversary Edition 650 Twin motorcycles to enthusiasts around the world, and share the brand’s legacy with them. Both the Interceptor and the Continental GT are hugely successful around the world today, as they were in the 1960’s, and truly represent our heritage of making simple and enjoyable motorcycles.”

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The unique, rich black-chrome tank colour scheme, has been developed in-house, with Royal Enfield’s industry-leading chroming technology at the company’s original 1950’s manufacturing factory in Thiruvottiyur, Chennai – India.

The 650 Twins have been inspired by the legendary Royal Enfield Interceptor 750 and Continental GT 250 of the 1960s, and have been instrumental in Royal Enfield’s global expansion and success over the last few years. Given the milestone and exclusivity, the 120th Year anniversary edition Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 have been designed and handcrafted by the company’s teams across the UK and India.

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To complement the black chrome tanks, both the Continental GT 650 and Interceptor 650 will feature, for the first time, completely blacked out components, with the engine, silencer and other elements in an array of black colour schemes.

The unique, rich black-chrome tank colour scheme, has been developed in-house, with Royal Enfield’s industry-leading chroming technology at the company’s original 1950’s manufacturing factory in Thiruvottiyur, Chennai – India. The motorcycles are chromed with an alternate, sustainable trivalent eco- friendly process.. To complement the black chrome tanks, both the Continental GT 650 and Interceptor 650 will feature, for the first time, completely blacked out components, with the engine, silencer and other elements in an array of black colour schemes. The motorcycles will also come equipped with a range of Genuine Motorcycle Accessories such as flyscreens, engine guards, heel guards, touring and bar end mirrors amongst others in a black disguise to compliment the overall design.

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The 120th Year Anniversary edition motorcycles will feature a very unique, handcrafted, die-cast brass tank badge.

The 120th Year Anniversary edition motorcycles will feature a very unique, handcrafted, die-cast brass tank badge. These exquisite looking brass badges have been made in collaboration with the ‘Sirpi Senthil’ family who are multi-generational artisans from the temple town of Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu, India. Particularly specialized in making the elegant brass effigies for the most revered temples in India for centuries, this is the first time that these artisans have collaborated with any automotive brand.

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To make each motorcycle even more exclusive, the tank top badge will feature the unique serial number of each motorcycle indicating that it is 1 of 60 unique motorcycles in any of the four regions mentioned around the world.

Reminiscent of the brand’s legacy of passionately building handcrafted motorcycles, the 120th Year Anniversary edition Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650s will also boast of the legendary Royal Enfield hand-painted pinstripes. To make each motorcycle even more exclusive, the tank top badge will feature the unique serial number of each motorcycle indicating that it is 1 of 60 unique motorcycles in any of the four regions mentioned around the world. Additionally, the motorcycles will also adorn a side panel decal that is a special ode to Royal Enfield’s 120 years.

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It was in November 1901 that Royal Enfield launched its first motorcycle at the Stanley Cycle Show in London, kickstarting the journey of an iconic brand which has since inspired millions in their pursuit of pure motorcycling over the last 120 years. In India, the 120th Year Anniversary Edition Twins will be made available via a limited time online sale on December 6, 2021, on the brand’s website. Interested customers can register themselves from November 24, 2021 on the website.

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