Style and Appearance
The Himalayan exudes a minimalistic and purposeful styling. You won’t see any creases or fancy curves on the bike. In terms of color schemes, you can find it in white and black with Himalayan graphics running across the center of the bike. Overall, Himalayan looks rather different from how the company’s bikes generally look.
The Himalayan by Royal Enfield is powered by 411cc single-cylinder, fuel-injected, air-cooled engine. It produces 24.5bhp at 6500 rpm. The peak torque is 32Nm at 4500rmp. It’s mated to a five-speed gearbox.
In terms of braking, the engineers have given it 220mm single-piston caliper disc at the rear and a 300mm single Bybre disc with twin piston caliper at the front. ABS is optional.
The bike’s suspension relies on 41mm telescopic forks on the front and 200mm travel and monoshock on the rear side. The riding capacity is aided by a 17-inch 120/90 and a 21-inch 90/90 CEAT tire at the rear and front respectively. The tires are meant for on/off –road riding.
There are a bunch of accessories that come for the Himalayan. From after-market exhaust to aluminum panniers, users have an array of choices to upgrade/improve this vehicle. To that end, LLUVIA industries maintains a fine stock of the Himalayan accessories such as Saddle Stays for carrying luggage, and pillion footrest for a more comfortable ride, and a Jerry Can for carrying additional fuel for long journeys.
The Himalayan by Royal Enfield is a wholesome adventure tourer built for the purpose of exploring the roads. The 411cc air-cooled unit makes the bike versatile enough for both off-road and highway riding. The five-speed transmission of the motorcycle comes handy in conquering rough and untraveled terrains.