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Thread: New Royal Enfield Adventure Bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by andysdad View Post
    "The company recently purchased legendary British chassis manufacturer Harris Engineering and employed a number of respected industry professionals including former Ducati designer Pierre Terblanche. It has also set up a development facility in the UK."

    Interesting times - Harley kept with V-twins (let's ignore Aermacchi) and is going other/electric now, (Meriden) Triumph's parallel twin died (ignoring Hinckley's rebirth) - could Royal Enfield become twin again? Or more (triple? V-twin?) Obviously a bit of money behind Royal Enfield - anyone know who owns them (assuming not Tata)?
    They are owned by the Eicher engineering group.

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    Footrest falls off @ 1.49, not a good advert and not the usual Harris fare.

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    It wont be sold in the UK or Europe as it doesn't pass any of the emission tests.

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