2012 Royal Enfield C5 Classic Chrome First Ride Photo Gallery
The beautiful Maine coast provides a great backdrop for the highly polished 2012 Royal Enfield C5 Classic Chrome.
With signature styling cues that haven't changed much from its British-made post war predecessors, the 2012 Royal Enfield C5 Classic Chrome has the modern benefit of a Universal Construction Engine, EFI and push button starting.
Twin shocks with five-way adjustable preload and dual springs on the seat of the 2012 Royal Enfield Classic Chrome are a rider's best friends from rough roads.
We set out for the Maine coastline from Laconia, New Hampshire, to test the road worthiness of the 2012 Classic Chrome.
Fender struts, spoked wheels and a gleaming metal fender. Not bad for a bike that sells for $6695.
Post WWII graphics on a highly polished tank attracted plenty of attention at the 2012 Laconia Motorcycle Rally.
The Unit Construction Engine of the 2012 Royal Enfield Classic Chrome puts out a claimed 27.2 bhp @ 5200 rpm 41.3 Nm @ 4000 rpm.
The Royal Enfield Classic Chrome transitions easily and tracks through turns predictably.
We made it! We went day trippin' through Maine on the 2012 Royal Enfield Classic Chrome.
The single pipe of the Classic Chrome puts out a throaty exhaust note.
Light handling and easy steering make the 2012 C5 Classic Chrome a very rider-friendly motorcycle.
Our quest of the 'Best Maine Lobster' on the Royal Enfield sent us to Barnacle Billy's.
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