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Royal Enfield is back with a bang, the grand entry of the new bike in June

The trend towards bobber style motorcycles is nothing new today. Various classic bike manufacturers have already added such models to their portfolio. Royal Enfield is going to bring such a bobber bike in the market this year. The company started the new year with the launch of Shotgun 650. Enfield is planning to bring the single seat and bobber version of the Classic 350 within the next few months.

Bikewall quoting sources claimed that Royal Enfield’s bobber bike will make its debut in the first quarter of the next financial year (April-June). It will have a slightly higher position than the classic. The Classic 350 Bobber will be priced around the Meteor 350, currently the company’s most expensive 350cc model.

This new look bike from Royal Enfield features a high handle bar and a floating seat at the back which can be removed if required. Other design elements spotted in test photos include white tires, right-side pannier mount and engine guard.

Talking about performance, the Classic 350, Hunter, Meteor and Bullet-powered J series engines will also be used in the new bobber bike. It will produce a maximum power of 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm of torque. Other hardware includes front telescopic forks, dual rear shock absorbers, disc brakes (both wheels), spoke wheels, etc. The Jawa 42 Bobber will challenge the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Bobber in India.

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