Royal Enfield sells so many motorcycles and is so profitable, everyone is scrambling to either compete or offer an alternative to the Classic 350. Royal Enfield, meanwhile, is done with the consolidation of its existing portfolio and knows that to take the next big step, it needs to do what it did in the 1990s, and undergo another big change to get to the next level. However, this time it isn’t as easy – globally, markets and manufacturers have evolved. The Himalayan was the first step in that direction, but the 650cc products are a massive leap compared to that. The first of those products we’ve swung a leg over is the Continental GT650, and here’s what we think about it.