- Bullet Trials gets new cosmetic additions
- Equipped with black fork gaiters, shortened chrome mudguards
- Gets a huge accessories list
Just yesterday we told you about the teaser video released by Royal Enfield about its upcoming Bullet Trials scrambler range. Today, thanks to one of our sources, we’ll tell you more about the Bullet Trials 350 and the Trials 500.
The Bullet Trials range have received massive aesthetic updates to differentiate itself from the rest of the Bullet range. To start with, the main and sub frame have been dipped in either green or red. There’s a headlamp grill present that is being offered in chrome or black, depending on the model one chooses. Then there’s black fork gaiters, glossy black carrier, shortened chrome front and rear mudguards along with polished wheels. The bike is also equipped with an upswept exhaust that enhances the overall appeal of the bike. There’s a tank badge as well which is similar to the Interceptor 650.
The Chennai-based manufacturer has used massive amount of chrome on these models. The mirrors, oval box and brake pedal – all gets chrome treatment. In fact, the swing arm cap gets chrome finish. Royal Enfield will be offering plenty of accessories for the Trials range. So things like handlebar brace kit, rear seat cover and touring seats will be offered. Various types of engine guards will also be on offer.
The Bullet Trials will be launched on 26-27 March, and will go on sale soon after. The deliveries are expected to begin in April.