Himalayan-Royal Enfield

Designed for those looking for an all-round bike with a low saddle, the Himalayan is the answer with a "light" weight and price.

Royal Enfield Himalayan test test price datasheet characteristics
Royal Enfield Himalayan

Royal Enfield Himalayan – Price, impressions, data sheet.

Simple, light, with a low and economical saddle. An all-round motorcycle without great pretensions. Bike suitable for beginners or for those who want to go down in engine capacity and weight. It does its thing at a very affordable price.

Motorcycle born for those who just want to drive without too many problems, narrow, low and contained in weight. The riding position is comfortable and intuitive, the feet touch without problems. The wide handlebar helps balance the weights well. The engine is lively enough, don't ask it to shoot from "zero to a hundred", the Himalayan is at ease both in the city and on country roads where its engine can grumble without haste. Driving must be gentle, it is a "contemplative" motorcycle, for leisure. In the city it is easy to handle and brilliant in traffic. On the motorway, the windshield protects quite well and the position in the saddle is comfortable, so long stretches are bearable, even if after 120 km/h you feel vibrations which can be annoying. Good stability. In light off the suspension responses are appreciable.

Price from Euro fc displacement
4.990 411 cc.


Category adventure tours
Patent A
Saddle height 800 mm
Dry weight   kg
Curb weight 191 kg
Tank 15 l
Power 25 hp - 18 kw - 6.500 rpm
Torque 3 kgm - 32 nm - 4.000 rpm
Cylinders 1
Marce 5
Suspensions Traditional 41 mm front telescopic fork - Single shock absorber with progressive linkages post.
Brakes front disc – Rear disc.
Wheel 21″ front – 17″after.
Tyres 90/90-21 M/C 54H front – 120/90-17 M/C 64S post.