Royal Enfield Himalayan motorcycle presented in adventure versionNovember 27, 2020
One of the official dealers of the British brand Royal Enfield decided to team up with the motorcycle manufacturer and presented an adventure version for the Himalayan motorcycle, which was called the Adventure Edition. The new Himalayan will be released in a limited edition.
MotoGB, distributor of British motorcycle manufacturer Royal Enfield, has teamed up with motorcycle manufacturer to present “the most adventurous performance of the Himalayan motorcycle ever called the Adventure Edition.” Aside from being a bit of an oxymoron, the name underscores the bike’s enhanced adventure travel ability thanks to the addition of a few factory accessories.
The exclusive version of the motorcycle is equipped with standard roof racks and a rack, grips and engine crash bar, which are usually additional features and are expensive. The Adventure Edition starts at £ 4,799, which is £ 400 more than the base version of this bike. The idea behind the specially crafted adventure version of the motorcycle is to “let riders hop into the saddle of the motorcycle and go on an adventure straight from the showroom.”
The Royal Enfield Himalayan Adventure Edition 2021 motorcycle will be a limited edition.
The Adventure Edition is only available through UK dealerships. In addition to an expanded list of standard options, Himalayan Adventure Edition buyers will also have the option to purchase the 2021 version of the bike, which has received many upgrades, including switchable ABS (rear) and improved stopping power. This is not to mention the new range of two-tone colors on offer.
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