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Thursday, March 31, 2016

Prices of Royal Enfield Himalayan riding gears revealed


Royal Enfield has unveiled a range of riding gears which are suitable for adventure touring. The Himalayan motorcycle is engineered to traverse the challenging terrains of the Himalayas and such terrains definitely warrant tough riding paraphernalia.
The Royal Enfield Himalayan riding gear range has 6 items, most of which are available in different color options. The list includes Darcha 4 Season Touring Textile Trousers (Black-Silver, Black), Darcha 4 Season Touring Jacket (Black-Silver, Black), Darcha Warm Weather gloves (Black-White, Black), Kaza Classic Adventure Touring Jacket (Black, Grey), Kaza Classic Adventure Touring Trousers (Grey) and Polar Buff (Grey, Olive).

The riding gears can be purchased at Royal Enfield online store or at its dealerships. The Darcha 4 Season Jacket is priced at INR 21,000 while the matching trousers retail for INR 13,500. The gloves would set you back by INR 5,499. The Kaza jacket and trousers are priced at INR 14,000 and INR 11,000 respectively.
The Royal Enfiled Himalayan is based on a new platform and is powered by a brand new LS410 single-cylinder air-cooled engine which is mated to a 5-speed transmission to produce 25 PS and 32 Nm of torque. The engine has an oil change interval of 10,000 km.
The duplex split cradle frame designed by Harris Performance of the UK is suspended by long travel front telescopic fork and rear monoshock. The ground clearance stands at an impressive 220 mm. The on-off road tyres are from CEAT. Braking is courtesy of a disc brake at each wheel.








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