Inspired by the Crusader Sports of 1959, the Bullet Sports kit features drop handlebars and a Gold Star-style silencer. The fly screen is typical of those fitted to cafe racers in the 1960s and the neat bar end mirrors bolt directly into the end of the ace handlebars.
Royal Enfield had an outstanding record of success in the International Six Days Trial between 1948-1953 and the T5 kit harks back to those glory days for British riders.
Shod with Continental Twinduro tyres that perform well both on and off road in all seasons and with braced ‘scrambles’ handlebars, the T5 offers reassuring handling in town and country.
What’s the cost? The Bullet Sports kit sells for £353.95, or customers can order a Classic Chrome model in Bullet Sports trim for £5595. The T5 kit, which also includes an alloy bash plate, sells for £251 and there is an option to buy any new Bullet classic to T5 specification for £5395.
For more information on the complete range of Royal Enfield motorcycles and accessories, call 01386 700907 or visit www.royal-enfield.com
• Meanwhile, Norvil motorcycles has announced its 3.5 gallon, short circuit, unpainted, aluminium racing tank that fits the Norton Wideline Featherbed frames.
They come complete with cap and are made locally by British engineers.
Cost is £490 + VAT and they are in stock.