Royal Enfield Classic Motorcycles

Year
Bike
Picture
Description
0
c1960 royal enfield street scrambles special
c1960 royal enfield street scrambles special
1898
Royal Enfield 2 3/4 hp
1898 royal enfield 2 3/4 hp
1913
1913 royal enfield 3 hp
royal enfield 3 hp 1913
1921
1921 royal enfield 8hp v-twin combination
royal enfield 8hp v-twin combination 1921
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1921
1921 royal enfield ts, 225cc
royal enfield ts, 225cc 1921
1921
1921 royal enfield v twin, 1000cc
royal enfield v twin, 1000cc 1921
directly after the great war enfield marketed two successful models: the light 2 ¼ hp two stroke and the v-twin sidecar machine. the v-twins were powered by 6 hp or 8hp jap engines, for the model year 1921 vickers engines were used. later on in the twenties enfield's own v twin engines were employed.
1922
1922 royal enfield model 180
royal enfield model 180 1922
1923
1923 royal enfield ladies model 225cc
royal enfield ladies model 225cc 1923
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1924
1924 royal enfield 225cc
royal enfield 225cc 1924
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1925
1925 royal enfield - standard 350cc
royal enfield - standard 350cc 1925
1925
1925 royal enfield 896cc v twin combo model 190
royal enfield 896cc v twin combo model 190 1925
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1926
1926 royal enfield ladies model 225cc
royal enfield ladies model 225cc 1926
1926
1926 royal enfield re201
royal enfield re201 1926
1927
1927 royal enfield 351 sports
royal enfield 351 sports 1927
1927
1927 royal enfield sports model 351, 350cc
royal enfield sports model 351, 350cc 1927
features of this 346 cc sports model include aluminium piston, 5 internal expanding brakes and close ratio 3 speed sturmey archer gearbox.
1928
1928 royal 182, 976cc
royal 182, 976cc 1928
v-twins have been part of the royal enfield range since 1910. motosacoche, jap and vickers engines were built in till the factory decided to start producing its own v-twin engine from the 1925 season. the twin model was sold in two types, the model 180 for the touring version and the model 182 for the sports version with lower handlebars. the 1928 range was the first year of the saddle tank models. a special feature of this model is that both brakes are operated by foot pedals. max power output is about 27 hp; full lucas electrics are on board and the machine dition.
1932
1932 royal enfield k 1000cc
royal enfield k 1000cc 1932
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1935
1935 royal enfield
royal enfield 1935
upgrade from 250 cc to 350cc, possible a model c.
1936
1936 royal enfield model g2 350cc
royal enfield model g2 350cc 1936
1936 marked a year of transition for the royal enfield model range, with the range moving to vertical cylinders in favour of the inclined layout that had been fashionable at the start of the decade. the first models to display the new layout were the touring model j (500) and g (350) overhead valve machines; a pair of competition variants soon joined these with upswept silencers and lighter mudguards offering greater clearance. for the 1937 season the range was further expanded with the arrival of the tuned, de luxe, g2 and j2 variants.
1938
1938 royal enfield flying flea
royal enfield flying flea 1938
the flying flea resulted from a request by the former dutch dkw importer for a replica of holland's then best selling motorcycle, the 98cc dkw rt following the withdrawal of the dkw concession on religious grounds. royal enfield obliged, producing a machine that closely followed the dkw design, although they increased capacity to 125cc.
1939
1939 royal enfield d model sf
royal enfield d model sf 1939
250 ohv lightweight.
1941
1941 royal enfield wco 350cc
royal enfield wco 350cc 1941
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1942
1942 royal enfield 1942 wd co
royal enfield 1942 wd co 1942
1942
Royal Enfield C Ex WD
Royal Enfield C
1945
1945 royal enfield flying flee
royal enfield flying flee 1945
1946
1946 royal enfield 350 wd/co
royal enfield 350 wd/co 1946
1946
1946 royal enfield flying flea
royal enfield flying flea 1946
the flying flea resulted from a request by the former dutch dkw importer for a replica of holland's then best selling motorcycle, the 98cc dkw rt following the withdrawal of the dkw concession on religious grounds. royal enfield obliged, producing a machine that closely followed the dkw design, although they increased capacity to 125cc. image provided by www.classic-auctions.com.
1947
1947 royal enfield model g
royal enfield model g 1947
royal enfield resumed production of civilian machines during 1946 announcing a 3 model line-up complimented by factory rebuilds of military c and co models. the smallest of the new machines available was the model re two stroke, followed by the 350cc model g and 500cc model j. both the model j and the g featured single cylinder four stroke engine of dry sump design, although the oil tank was incorporated into the crankcases. 1949 saw the introduction of the pivoted fork framed sports model that revived a well known royal enfield title being called the bullet.
1947
Royal Enfield Model C
1947 Royal Enfield Model C
1947
Royal Enfield Model CO
1947 Royal Enfield Model CO
346cc
1948
1948 royal enfield
royal enfield 1948
ex works re trials, ridden by charlie rogers it was the prototype bullet trials, it features an original pair of the first ever rear suspension units developed by re.
1949
Royal Enfield Model J2
1949 Royal Enfield Model J2
Royal Enfield's range for 1946 comprised three closely related models: G, J and C/CO. The G and J were of 350cc and 500cc respectively and used the same overhead-valve engine but of different bore sizes, while the CO used the G motor and the C likewise but with side, rather than overhead, valves. Models G and J had a new telescopic front fork whereas the C/CO retained the pre-war girders. All had rigid frames, cast-iron engine top-ends, plain big-end bearings and four-speed Albion gearboxes featuring Enfield's characteristic neutral selector lever.
1950
1950 royal enfield model j2
royal enfield model j2 1950
twin port, 500cc built to pull sidecar. single engine with 2 exhaust ports, restored in 2003,using 99% of original parts.
1951
Royal Enfield RE125 Flying Flea
Royal Enfield RE125 Flying Flea
In bad need of restroration!
1952
1952 royal enfield flying flea
royal enfield flying flea 1952
125cc.
1952
Royal Enfield Flying Flea
1952 Royal Enfield Flying Flea
1952
Royal Enfield Flying Flea
1952 Flying Flea
1953
1953 royal enfield 500cc twin
royal enfield 500cc twin 1953
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1953
1953 royal enfield re2
royal enfield re2 1953
1954
1954 royal enfield meteor
royal enfield meteor 1954
1954
Royal Enfield Fury
Royal Enfield Fury
1955
Royal Enfield Ensign
1955 Royal Enfield Ensign
1957
1957 royal enfield model g deluxe
royal enfield model g deluxe 1957
1958
1958 royal enfield trials
royal enfield trials 1958
1959
1959 royal enfield 700cc
royal enfield 700cc 1959
1959
1959 royal enfield airflow connie
royal enfield airflow connie 1959
1960
Royal Enfield Meteor Minor Sports
1960 Royal Enfield Meteor Minor Sports
1960
Royal Enfield RE
Royal Enfield RE
125cc, two-stroke.
1961
1961 royal enfield super 5
royal enfield super 5 1961
1961
Royal Enfield Super 5
1961 Royal Enfield Super 5
1962
Royal Enfield Prince
1962 Royal Enfield Prince
148cc. Introduced for 1959, the Prince was a development of the Ensign, which was itself derived from the 125cc DKW RT-based RE, a model first seen in 1939. Of unitary construction and equipped with a three-speed gearbox, the engine retained the DKW's left-side crankshaft-mounted clutch and right-side final drive chain and, as installed in the Prince, gained full-circle flywheels. Other differences from the Ensign included a new swinging-arm frame and revised cycle parts. A worthy rival to BSA's Bantam but today very much rarer, the Prince remained in production until August 1962.
1963
1963 royal enfield airflow connie
royal enfield airflow connie 1963
1965
Royal Enfield 250 GT
Royal Enfield 250 GT
1965
Royal Enfield GP5
1965 Royal Enfield GP5
1970
1970 don slinger record enfield
don slinger record enfield 1970