Royal Enfield’s most versatile motorcycle ever, able to take the rider almost anywhere they want to go on-road or off-road. The only motorcycle you will ever need.
The Himalayan combines outstanding versatility and comfort for all rides.
Long-travel suspension, natural upright riding position, a durable and torquey engine all add up to a comfortable ride for you, whether it’s on the highway, city streets, or remote mountain roads.
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BUILT FOR ALL ROADS. BUILT FOR NO ROADS.
All the Himalayan’s parts work in perfect harmony to journey effortlessly through it’s surroundings. A grounded stance, terrain tested suspension, dual purpose tyres combined with agile handling means the Himalayan can handle most of it’s environments.
BUILT TO TAKE IT.
For the first time Royal Enfield employs a monoshock suspension in the rear, the long travel of which keeps the tyres of the Himalayan in contact with the road at all times and delivers a smooth ride regardless of terrain. 220mm of ground clearance means crossing deeper rivers, going over bigger rocks, traversing further and finding that special place off the map.
The upright riding position of the Himalayan creates a comfortable rider interface ideal for extended rides. The optimized handlebar, seat and footpeg positioning, along with a narrow fuel tank, allow you to swiftly switch from sitting to a stand-and-ride position with ease whenever the terrain demands it.
LONG STROKE EFFICIENCY
The engine has been designed keeping in mind real world riding. A healthy spread of torque across the RPM range will ensure the rider is not left hunting for drive—good low end and midrange torque to clear obstacles; and sufficient top end power for all-day highway cruising. True to Royal Enfield’s engine DNA, the longstroke LS410 delivers the key low-end torque, giving you usable power at lower RPMs for in-city conditions and all the pulling power required when you go off-road.
A high-placed angular up-swept exhaust mean unprecedented water wading capacity and ability to take on deeper river crossings. A tread pattern that works across terrains to provide a rider the confidence to go further. Massive 21’’ in the front provide the ability to roll over higher obstacles while the rear 17’’ wheel digs in for all the traction to enjoy any terrain a rider traverses.
WHAT A JOURNEY!
Decades of expeditions. Thousands of kilometres of traversing the most challenging terrain. Years of living and evolving with a machine that responds to all that is thrown at it. That is how we made the Himalayan, our first dual-purpose motorcycle.
Chassis and Suspension
|Type||Half-duplex split cradle frame|
|Front suspension||Telescopic, 41 mm forks, 200 mm travel|
|Rear suspension||Monoshock with linkage, 180 mm wheel travel|
|Ground clearance||220 mm|
|Seat height||800 mm|
|Height||1360 mm (flyscreen top)|
|Kerb weight||182 kgs|
|Fuel capacity||15 lts|
Brakes and Tyres
|Front tyre||90/90 – 21″|
|Rear tyre||120/90 – 17″|
|Front brakes||300 mm disc, 2-piston floating caliper|
|Rear brakes||240 mm disc, single piston floating caliper|