July 5, 2022

Royal Enfield has showcased a brand new idea at EICMA 2021 that’s at the moment underway. Dubbed the SG650, the idea is of a cruiser motorbike that’s prone to debut someday subsequent yr.

Bikewale has talked about that the ‘SG’ suffix doubtless stands for ‘Shotgun’, which the upcoming motorbike is predicted to be referred to as. The SG650 idea strikes a center floor between what the corporate’s present line-up of retro bikes seems like and the course that its future merchandise are heading in. 

The showcased idea contains a attractive brushed aluminum end with black aspect panels, exhaust pipes, and a blacked-out engine. Curiously, the bike additionally wears fairly funky graphics and is not like something we’ve seen on a Royal Enfield up to now. It’s too early to say if these will make it to the manufacturing motorbike, however contemplating the model’s retro roots and theme, it does appear considerably unlikely.

The motorbike’s entrance is, maybe, essentially the most acquainted angle with a spherical headlight built-in right into a properly designed cowl. Royal Enfield has additionally talked about that the tank and rims have been CNC billet machined from a strong aluminum block. It additionally sports activities a chopped rear fender and large Metzeler tires that give it fairly the imposing stance.

Curiously, the SG650 idea additionally sports activities a USD fork — a function we’ve got but to see on a Royal Enfield. Over the previous few months, an inverted entrance fork has been seen on fashions that the corporate is at the moment testing, however none have been launched but.

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Powering the motorbike is identical parallel-twin engine as on the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. That’s all we all know in regards to the SG650 Idea in the mean time, however we will replace this house with extra data when it’s out there.

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A studio shot of the Royal Enfield SG650 concept