I'm wondering how many people know what a British square is.I can stop a Royal Enfield Bullet with a .303 bullet from another Royal Enfield product. Or even slosh one with a Martini. A Martini-Henry that is.
Hey, I get the joke now, Royal Enfield Bullet? Haha, those witty bastards. Wonder if one ever broke the British square?
I saw a Royal Enfield today and damn if that bike wasn't cool as hell! I walked across the parking lot thinking I was going to find an old BSA; Triumph, whatever, but it was a fairly new twin. The owner had put some period stuff on it like the number plate on the front fender; some brass or bronze and copper fittings on the tank, etc. I want one too!You can't stop a Royal Enfield, you can only hope to contain....the parts that fall off!
Actually, I really like the Enfield and really want one. Unfortunately, I have nearly zero mechanical skills. Which, I've heard, comes in handy with an Enfield.
Well, it's not the first time I didn't know what the hell I was talking about, and I'm damn sure it won't be the last. Wonder what the heck it was..."saw a Royal Enfield today and damn if that bike wasn't cool as hell! I walked across the parking lot thinking I was going to find an old BSA; Triumph, whatever, but it was a fairly new twin"
Ken, Royal (Indian) Enfield don't make no twin cylinder mosikle. 'least not a new one. Whacoo saw was somekinda freak bike put together by spastic rejects from Monster Garage.