We are happy to introduce a new creation of Fuel Bespoke Motorcycles based on a Royal Enfield Himalayan EFI (2018). The bike is powered by a single-cylinder 411cc four-stroke engine that makes 24.5 horsepower and 23 ft-lb of torque. Those numbers don't look scary but the speed was not the main focus in the creation of the Royal. The bike was built to outperform the competition on the Atlas mountains and Morocco desert where speed is not as important as lightness, maneuverability, and simpleness. The bike will be participating at the Scram Africa 2019 edition. A trip to Africa that is organized by Fuel Motorcycles where bikers ride through all kind of terrains, mud, asphalt, sand, etc..
The bike has been slightly modified keeping most of the parts from stock. The things that are changed the most are the lines and proportions in order to give the bike a more compact, aggressive and classic look.
To achieve the goal the front light was swapped for a vintage enduro mask. Also, all the protections around the tank are removed and the shape of the seat is changed to a solo seat. The passenger seat space was used for building a grill, which can be dismounted in order to carry a small bag.
On the left side of the bike, one of the protectors of the tank is changed into support for a side case.
Regarding the engine performances, the team installed a Powertronic unit that is able to extract more power and improve responsiveness, refinement, and fuel-efficiency.
The bike has the added option of turning on or off the ABS System so you can active depending if you are riding on or off-road.
Some protectors, strong handlebar, USB charge, and a unique speedometer makes the bike simple and functional for a trip like the "Scram Africa".
Type: Single Cylinder, 4 strokes, Air-cooled, SOHC, Fuel Injection.
Bore x Stroke: 78 mm x 86 mm.
Compression Ratio: 9.5:1.
Maximum Power: 24.5 horsepower @ 6500 rpm.
Maximum Torque: 32 Nm @ 4250 rpm.
Ignition system: Digital electronic ignition