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Royal Enfield Bullet Gallery

The Bullet appeared in various guises, always a sporting single with competition in mind it was a practical midweight machine that gained recognition from a wide range of motorcyclists who supported it through to the 1960s.

Royal Enfield reintroduced the Bullet name in 1948 on their new 350 sports bike and it became an immediate success in trials form, largely due to the swinging arm rear suspension. Its production in various guises continued through to 1963, and even now its descendants roll off the production line in India.

Bike Image Description
1952 Royal Enfield Bullet Royal Enfield Bullet
  • Engine - 346cc, single-cylinder ohv four-stroke
  • Bore and Stroke - 70 x 90 mm
  • Launched - 1948-1996
  • Gearbox - Albion
  • Carburettor - 1in Amal
  • Power - 18 bhp
  • 1955 Royal Enfield 350 Alloy Bullet 1955 Royal Enfield 350 Alloy Bullet
    1955 Royal Enfield Bullet Royal Enfield Bullet 350cc.
    1960s Royal Enfield Trials Bullet 1960s Royal Enfield Trials Bullet
    1960 Royal Enfield 500 Bullet 1960 Royal Enfield 500 Bullet
  • Engine 499cc single cyl OHV 4 stroke
  • Bore - 84-90
  • Model - 1960
  • Carb - Amal Monobloc
  • Transmission - 4 speed
  • Brakes - Drum
  • 1961 Royal Enfield Bullet
    Royal Enfield Bullet
    1961 Royal Enfield Bullet
    1961 Royal Enfield Bullet
    1966 Royal Enfield Bullet Classic
    Royal Enfield Bullet Classic

    Following the establishment of the Indian Enfield factory in 1955 production concentrated on the 350cc Bullet, with only detail improvements occurring over the ensuing years. Eventually a 500cc variant became available to supplement the smaller model.

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    1968 Royal Enfield Bullet Classic
    Royal Enfield Bullet Classic

    Royal Enfield established a subsidiary company in Madras during 1956 tasked with producing the 1955 specification Bullet, the British built machines having benefited from a new frame design for 1956. The Madras built Bullets continued in production in largely unaltered form for the next four decades.

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    1968 Royal Enfield Bullet Royal Enfield Bullet
    1970 Royal Enfield 500 Bullet 1970 Royal Enfield 500 Bullet
    Royal Enfrield Bullet 500 Royal Enfrield Bullet 500

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