Here is a unique visualized Spiderman version of the Royal Enfield Himalayan. Himalayan has become one of the most popular bikes for an off-roading adventure. One can’t really find an image of Ladakh without a Himalayan in the background. It is the go-to choice among off-roading or road trip enthusiasts. The reasons are quite simple. It is designed to take abuse, the build quality is rugged and the bike has a lightweight construction. All these contribute towards making it a perfect companion for long adventurous road trips. Hence, this visualization of the Royal Enfield Himalayan in a Spiderman Edition will interest a ton of people. Let us see what is different in this version compared to the regular one.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Spiderman Edition
The designer has come up with an even more sturdy-looking design for the Himalayan. The overall colour theme is black and there are a fair few additions compared to the regular version. The signature LED round headlamps are surrounded by a thick body panel, the protection glass has also been turned black in the interest of safety and sporty appearance. The body is extended to the fuel tank. The suspension rod is finished in chrome and the tyres seem wider as well. The engine is protected with a body cover that has black finishing to gel well with the black design theme. The discs on the brakes also seem larger than on the regular Himalayan. The tailpipe has a black protective element for the pillion to step on. All in all, it lends the Himalayan a fresh look and is definitely something worth considering.
The Royal Enfield Himalayan without the Spiderman Edition comes with a 411 cc Air-Cooled Single-Cylinder SOHC Engine making 24.3 hp and 32 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. It has a compression ratio of 9.5:1. There is a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox with a wet multi-plate clutch with Digital Electronic Ignition and Electronic Fuel Injection. The chassis is the Half-Duplex split Cradle Frame with Telescopic Front Suspension with 200 mm travel and monoshock rear suspension with 180 mm travel. The fuel tank is 15 litres. The front tyre is 21-inch and has a 300 mm disc brake with 2 pistons floating caliper whereas the rear tyre is 17-inch with a 240 mm disc with a single-piston floating caliper. Also, there is a Dual Channel ABS with Rear Wheels ABS Deactivation Control. The prices range between Rs 2.02 lakh and Rs 2.09 lakh, ex-showroom.
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