Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 350 teased; launch on 26th March

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Royal Enfield has put up a teaser of the Bullet Trials 350, which will be launched by the end of this month. It will be available with the 500cc engine too.

Royal Enfield is launching a new motorcycle based on the Bullet Series, this month. Bullet Trials 350 has been teased, and will be revealed during an upcoming event of the company.

The teaser says that the bike will be launched in Pune between 26th-27th March. Industry sources confirm that the unveiling is also scheduled to happen in other cities.

Currently, Trials 350 is only teased as of now. Reports say that Royal Enfield will also launch the Trials 500, which will also be based on the Bullet 500.

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Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 350 was originally launched in the foreign markets, in early 2000s. Based on the Bullet, it was a Scrambler-type version of the bike, with some replaced parts.

Distinctive features on the bike include dual-purpose tires, an upswept chrome exhaust, raised rear fender and a luggage rack at the back. It looks like a rugged Scrambler version of the Bullet.

The engine, chassis and suspension are the same that are found on the regular Bullet. We expect it to be a Limited Edition variant, just like the Pegasus Edition.

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Bullet Trials 350 will be powered by a 346cc air-cooled engine with TwinSpark ignition that delivers 19 BHP and 28 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

For suspension, it will use conventional telescopic forks at the front and twin-gas charged shock absorbers at the back. Looks like the suspension travel remains the same as on the Bullet.

Bullet Trials 350 and 500 will only be available in a single-seater option. The video shows that it is built for off-roading. That’s what the original purpose of Trials was earlier too.

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We expect the Trials series to demand a premium of over Rs 10000 over the Bullet variants. The Bullet 350 goes for Rs 1.33 Lakhs and the Bullet 500 goes for Rs 1.88 Lakhs (ex-showroom).

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