Royal Enfield set to launch Goan Classic 350, packed with exciting features!

Royal Enfield is preparing to launch a new bomber bike called the “Goan Classic 350”. This bike is expected to be suitable for long rides and is inspired by the Classic 350 in terms of design. The Goan Classic 350 will feature several new features.

★The Goan Classic 350 will be powered by a 349cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine, capable of generating 20.2 bhp power and 27Nm torque. It may also come with a 5-speed gearbox.

The seating setup of the new Goan Classic will see some changes. It has been seen with a test mule with a rear pillion seat. The bomber’s cosmetic setup will also receive updates. It may come with tile color tire walls, reminiscent of the vintage Royal Enfield motorcycles. The suspension and braking setup will be similar to the Classic 350. It may feature a 41mm telescopic front forks with 13mm travel. In the rear, it may come with twin-tube emulsion shock absorbers with 6-speed adjustable preload. There is a possibility of dual-channel ABS being available. Typically, bomber bikes come with a longer wheelbase, but this one’s wheelbase will be shorter.

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is currently one of the highest-selling bikes in the market. With the introduction of the Goan Classic 350, the brand aims to expand its lineup and offer customers more options. The new bike is expected to cater to those who prefer long rides and want a bike with a classic design.

Overall, the Goan Classic 350 is set to make its mark in the market with its powerful engine, comfortable seating setup, and vintage-inspired design. Royal Enfield enthusiasts and bike lovers will be eagerly waiting for its official launch.

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