Royal Enfield has unveiled its teaser of the upcoming Trials 350 and 500 Scrambler bikes and these will be shown at an exclusive event slated for the 26th and 27th of March, 2019. The teaser shows paint work in silver, a raised exhaust and chrome laced cycle components. The bikes may get dual purpose tyres along with luggage racks.
The special edition uses the Classic platform with a contrast colour finish for the chassis. There should be no mechanical changes with the telescopic front forks and twin rear shock absorbers expected from the existing line up along with standard dual channel ABS. The regular Classic 350 comes with a single cylinder 346 cc air cooled mill that makes 19 BHP and 28 Nm while the Classic 500 has a single cylinder 499 cc air cooled fuel injected engine that makes 27 BHP and 41 Nm. Both these engines are mated to five speed transmission systems.
The new bikes are of course expected to be slightly costlier than the regular models. The Trials bikes may also be inspired by a special story from Royal Enfield’s chequered past like it has happened with multiple limited/special edition releases from the company over the years.