World’s largest manufacturer of classic hand-built motorcycles brand Royal Enfield would be marking its return to Ireland at the Carole Nash Irish Motorbike and Scooter Show, RDS on February 27, 2015.
While Royal Enfield is available through unofficial dealers throughout Ireland, they are not available officially through any company dealer outlet.
Royal Enfield is the oldest motorcycle company in continuous production since 1901. The brand originally British is now a part of Eicher Motors from India who have two plants that manufacture the machines based out of Chennai. The company also recently broke record sales of 300,000 units in 2014 and climbed on top in the global sales numbers, ahead of Harley-Davidson, becoming the highest-selling cruiser/classic motorcycle manufacturer in the world. Evolution Motor Works will be the official dealer for Royal Enfield motorcycles in Ireland and would launching the 535 cc Continental GT along with other motorcycles from the iconic motorcycle manufacturers lineup.
Manus Lappin of Evolution Motor Works, commented: “We are excited to be exhibiting our range of new Royal Enfield bikes at the show. These retro bikes are generating huge interest. I believe the reason is that a whole new generation of motorcyclists are joining those of us who already know the joys of owning an affordable, authentic, stylish machine, that’s engaging to ride and full of charm. Visitors will also get to see the rest of the range, including the Bullet 500, Classic 500 and Classic Chrome.”
Source: The Meath Chronicle
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