Royal Enfield, a clock-style bike manufacturer, is planning to introduce ABS technology on their bikes, according to a new order by the Central Government, which has now released ABS, one of their bikes, 500 bikes.
The newly launched ABS based Royal Enfield Bullet 500 bike is priced at Rs. 1,86 lakh sales price. According to the new act, April 2020, two-wheeled vehicles from 1 to 125 cc have to be compulsory for single-wheeled ABS and less than 125 cc vehicles, the Combi Breaking System.
The Royal Enfield 500 Bike Ride Bike, which has a Dual Channel ABS, is priced at Rs. It will be priced at Rs 14,000 and the regular Royal Enfield 500 Bike Expo will cost Rs. 1.73 lakh is fixed.
As stated above, Royal Enfield is in the process of installing ABS for all its bikes, and ABS has also been offered with the prestigious Royal Enfield Bullet models Bullet 350 and 350 ES.
The Royal Enfield Classic 500 bikes have the power to produce 27.2 bhp and 41.3 nm torque with 499 ccs air-cooled, single cylinder engine, with a 5-speed gearbox connected to the engine.
35 mm telescopic forks and gas charged shock absorbers on the rear of the ABS-based RE Classic 500 bike.
All Royal Enfield bikes that receive the ABS mandatory receive a dual-channel version. The dual-channel ABS bike ensures that the front and rear wheels are not locked under heavy breaking and it makes the bike safer.
The Royal Enfield bikes are too heavy and the wheels are both disc brakes and take a good amount of stopping the car. ABS Technology additions allow bikes to slow down at high speed on the highway.
Royal Enfield has long been offering ABS for many international markets. However, the price-sensitive Indian market release of the release of India’s safe ABS bikes has been delayed. But now the Supreme Court of India has made it mandatory that all bikes will rise in the same period in the near future.