The 2005 Royal Enfield Motorcycle Range
Bullet 350 Classic
The Bullet is unique in being a machine of the 1950's but made today with the
benefit of modern technology and a full national dealer network. Over 100
modifications have been made to the Bullet in the past 5 years but, with the
exception of the indicators, it still looks the same as it did 50 years ago.
Available in black.
Bullet 350 Deluxe
Mechanically identical to the 350 Classic, but with chrome tank with
knee-pads, mudguards and battery cover. The deluxe looks and sounds
authentic and will attract a crowd wherever you park it! Available in black, red
or peacock blue.
Watsonian have developed this 350cc model that is evocative of pre-'65 trials
bikes, made famous by riders like Johnny Brittain. Based on the classic Royal
Enfield Bullet motorcycle, these UK-only models are substantially modified,
with painted silver tank, single sprung seat, wide handlebars, upswept trail
exhaust system, alloy mudguards, bash-plate and off-road "knobbly" tyres.
Bullet 500 Classic
Although not significantly faster than the original 350, the 500cc Bullet offers
considerably more torque, giving noticeably swifter acceleration and more
tractable power. Its higher gearing than the 350 helps the 500cc model to
achieve a higher cruising speed. An electric start version is available for an
extra £250. Available in black and Silver.
Bullet 500 Deluxe
Every bit as authentic as the 500 Classic but with the luxury of chrome tank,
mudguards and battery cover. You'll get as much pleasure from polishing it
as from riding it! Available in black, red or peacock blue. An electric start
version is available for an extra £250.
Bullet Sixty-5 Army
Royal Enfield opened a plant in Madras shortly after the Second World War to
supply motorcycles to the Indian army. Since then the factory has supplied
over 100,000 machines to the Indian army and a further 25,000 to the Police.
This up-dated model features an authentic paint scheme, heavily valenced
mudguards, crash bars and "ammo-box" panniers. To help riders cope with
modern traffic the bike is equipped with electric start and 5-speed gearbox.
The Bullet Sixty-5 is the latest in the Bullet series and takes Royal Enfield
forward into the 1960's. The new 5-speed gearbox with left foot change was
designed & developed in the UK by Dr. Stuart McGuigan of Cranfield
University. Fitted with flatter bars and seat than the standard Bullet and
finished in metallic paint, the Sixty-5 is highly evocative of machines of the
Sixties. The Bullet Sixty-5 has electric starting as standard. Available in
metallic black, red, blue or silver.
Bullet Sixty-5 Street
Based on the Bullet Sixty-5, launched at last year's Show, the Street is
inspired by the 'street scramblers' that the British industry exported so
successfully in the late 1960's. Produced exclusively for the UK market, the
Sixty-5 Street is equipped the new 5-speed left foot gear-change, (standard
Bullets are fitted with a traditional 4-speed right foot gear-change). Other
changes from the standard Bullet Sixty-5 include a new chromed tank with
matching headlamp peak, solo seat, chrome rear rack, trials handlebars, and
TT100 tyres. The short sports silencer allows the traditional British 500cc
OHV engine to produce an authentic exhaust note.
Bullet Sixty-5 Sportsman
The Sportsman is inspired by the Royal Enfield factory cafe racers of the
1960's and follows in the footsteps of the alloy-tanked Clubman, launched in
2001. Produced exclusively for the UK market, the Sixty-5 Sportsman is
equipped with the new 5-speed left foot gear-change, (the original Clubman
has a traditional 4-speed right foot gear-change), and has electric start as
standard. Changes from the standard model include composite GRP tank
with steel liner and GRP solo seat unit, chrome mudguards, rear set foot
rests, ace bars and upswept "Gold Star" style silencer.
The world's longest running production motorcycle has got a brand new
engine after 55 years. Although the new model is at first glance unchanged
from the 1950's, it has a brand new 500cc lean-burn engine, (producing an
extra 15% bhp), 5-speed gearbox (designed in the UK) and a front disc brake.
Other new features include a modified frame with new front forks &
mudguard, gas filled rear dampers, Avon Super Venom and Roadrunner tyres
and re-styled panels, indicators and tank badges.
Like the 350cc version, the 500-T is a UK-only model, based around the
Indian-built Bullet and has proved to be hugely popular. Equally at home on
the tarmac or green lanes, it is well suited to city life and stands out from the
crowd. An electric start option is available for an extra £250.
Riders looking to recapture the cafe racer spirit can now satisfy their cravings
with the Clubman 500-S. The first "new" Enfield to be developed in the UK
since the 1970's! Based upon the Indian-made 500cc Bullet, the 500-S is a
joint development between Watsonian-Squire and performance specialist
Norman Hyde. Obvious changes from the standard Bullet are the big polished
aluminium tank, ace bars, single seat and sports exhaust. All of these unique
components are British-made, many by craftsmen who worked in the original
The 500 Clubman-GT has been developed in response to demand from the
public for a 1960's café racer styled mount with a more upright riding position
and the capability to carry a pillion. Like the 500-S it features a polished alloy
tank and sports exhaust. An electric start option is available for an extra £250.
Since its launch over 50 years ago, the Royal Enfield Bullet has proved a
successful and popular choice for sidecar users. Now UK distributors
Watsonian-Squire have developed two specifically matched outfits, which are
on sale fully assembled, tested and ready to hit the road. The 350cc Bullet
has been matched to a Watsonian Stratford, a single seat lightweight sidecar
manufactured from fibreglass on a platform chassis. Its 16" spoked wheel,
deeply valenced mudguard and lustrous paintwork give it a real Fifties look.
The 500cc Bullet has been paired with the Watsonian Manx, based on the
sidecar made famous by the Two Fat Ladies. Also manufactured from
fibreglass, the Manx has a black perimeter frame, 16" spoked wheels and a
luggage compartment behind the folding seat.