Royal Enfield is one of the most legendary names in motorcycle history — a brand that got its start in the late 1800s making precision firearms parts, quadricycles, and various cycle parts.
The brand’s most well-known model, the Bullet, can boast the longest production run of any model in history. It gave Royal Enfield a great deal of success off-road, winning the the International Six Days Trail (ISDT) — the “Olympics of Motorcycling” in the 1940s and 1950s.
Today, both single-cylinder and twin Royal Enfields continue to be popular donors for scrambler conversions. Below are some of the Royal Enfield scramblers we’ve featured here on BikeBound.com.
Californian Scrambler: Royal Enfield 650 Interceptor-Le Motographe builds a classy beach scrambler… In 2018, Royal Enfield introduced the Interceptor 650, an air/oil-cooled parallel twin with Bosch fuel injection, slipper clutch, frame-mounted oil cooler, and a solid 46 bhp on tap. […]
Royal Enfield 650 Adventure Kit-An RE650 ADV kit from a pair of off-road aficionados… The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 debuted in 2018, featuring an air/oil-cooled parallel twin that produces 47 bhp, complete with Bosch fuel injection, slipper clutch, and […]
Marlboro Man: Royal Enfield Himalayan Scrambler-Royal Enfield and the Marlboro Man… The Royal Enfield Himalayan was launched in 2016 as the company’s first adventure touring bike. It was designed by none other than Pierre Terblanche, the designer behind such machines […]
Royal Enfield Classic 500 Trials Bike-“We created this machine to provide the purest riding feelings, in line with the tradition of classic trials motorcycles.” Few workshops have craftsmen in-house who specialize not only in design and fabrication, but leatherwork, saddlery, […]
Royal Enfield Scrambler by Moto Exotica-Arjun Raina of Moto Exotica, who built one of our favorite builds of all time — the RD350 scrambler — is back with a Royal Enfield scrambler. Royal Enfield, like BSA, began life as a […]