Royal Enfield is an iconic British brand, and quite a few of you may already know that. However, there are some other details that many people don't know.
This was the first ever Royal Enfield built in India.
The first Royal Enfield was called the "Bullet 350."
The Bullet 350 has been around since 1932 and is still on sale.
The Bullet had a four-stroke engine with two cylinders of 250 cc and one cylinder of 350 ccs.
The Bullet was made from steel, but it weighed only 120 kgs (265 lbs)
This awesome motorbike could reach speeds up to 90 km/h (56 mph) and had a top speed record of 135 km/h (84 mph)
In 1970, the British-owned Royal Enfield was dissolved.
The company then stopped business in the United Kingdom, except for India.
Then, the new owners in India took over the ownership and rights to continue the legacy of Royal Enfield.