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2011 Royal Enfield Photo Gallery

Royal Enfield recently introduced two new motorcycles at the New York IMS, the Classic Chrome 500 and the Black Bullet 500, as well as the other classic cruiser motorcycles in its 2011 North American lineup.

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Royal Enfield's new CEO, Dr. Venki Padmanabhan.
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Royal Enfield's air-cooled, single-cyliner, four-stroke engine powers all of its motorcycles that cater to the North American market.
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The 2011 Classic Chrome 500 has a sporty maroon and gold racing stripe running down its length.
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The Bullet Classic 500 is heading into its 77th year since its first production.
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The Bullet Electra has twin gas filled shock absorbers and a little grab bar for passengers.
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Royal Enfield's history is inextricably linked with the Indian military and its Military bike is still a popular seller with the general public as well.
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The 2011 Royal Enfield Bullet Electra
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The Classic Chrome 500 is a beautiful bike with its highly polished chrome fenders, oil and fuel tanks, engine covers, exhaust and headlight nacelle.
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The 2011 Royal Enfield Bullet Classic
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The Black Bullet 500 has a black frame, fenders, tank, side cover, headlight housing and seat.
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A top view of the Classic 500 provides a sweet silhouette.
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The 2011 Bullet Electra Deluxe is equipped with Royal Enfield's Euro III compliant Unit Construction Engine.
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The Bullet Electra features Keihin fuel injection system and the all-new Unit Construction Engine with hydraulic tappets.
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The 2011 Bullet Electra Deluxe 500
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Royal Enfield's Classic Chrome 500, with its shiny exterior, seems a natural fit for the American market.