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  • Mileage (28)
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  • Performance (18)
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  • Price (14)
  • Service (10)
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  • 3.8
    Good mileage

    Bike is too good mileage is very poor at the speed of 100 bike handle is moblingengine quality is to good services charge is too highif you change the exhaust of bike the royal enfield warranty/ garranty period is stop

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  • The best Royal Enfield machine

    The best royal enfield machine that i've ever been on.Gt alias torque king has majestic road presence and is a perfect cafe racer.

    0
  • It was such a good experience

    It was such a good experience riding this bike.Pure adrinalin.A butter smooth 650 cc engine.Good riding comfort.Good handling too.The engine is ready to roar in any time when you need the power.Very much value for money.

    1
  • In an ever-increasingly expensive

    In an ever-increasingly expensive world, John marcar is searching for cheaper options for our weekend toys.Following a six-month loan of the latest iteration of royal enfield's continental gt twin 650 - he might have just found the perfect option for riders.The world is an expensive place at the moment.Everything from petrol to pet food seems to be approximately 20-50% more expensive than it should be or was just a year or so ago.It's sad for many reasons, But it's especially depressing for fans of motorised toys for grown-ups, Like weekend cars and motorbikes.Fast-forward to my reunion with said cafe racer, And all was instantly well with the world again.That cafe racer stance looks a lot more committed than it actually is, And frankly, I’d happily tour the country on it.For now, Though, I was only warming up to its responses and dimensions, Until the familiarity would fully creep in again.It’s undeniable that the bs6-ification of the 648cc parallel-twin has made it a wee bit softer.It’s still a 47hp engine – and that’s ample in any situation – but the relative perkiness of the bs4 motor seems to have been lost in the process of compliance.My counter was to ride it that little bit harder (who’s complaining?) and, Thankfully, I found the tyres enabling such antics noticeably better than the last time i tried such a thing.In all fairness, The pirelli sportscomps were nice tyres, But the ceat zoom cruzfs are that crucial bit better.It helps tremendously, Especially on a motorcycle that can wag its tail on demand; it still can, Thankfully, But it is largely composed and communicative, Under all sorts of situations.In the couple of weeks it lived with me, I rode it hours before i had to be anywhere, Every single day.The incentive of bagging heartachingly pretty photographs certainly fuelled the urge to ride it even more, And that such adventures would invariably end with some irani grub made it the happiest routine i’ve had in a while.Cafe racer, Chai chaser.Same thing, Right?having been around for over three years now, Though, The conti gt is working up the wrinkles.For one, That too-soft suspension definitely robs the bike of its natural agility.Also, While i’m a big fan of chrome clutch/crankcase covers over matte black ones, The ones on the 650s seem to suffer from rather intense pitting and lose their sheen alarmingly quickly.Our test bike came with 800km on the odo, Mind you.Lastly, I certainly wouldn’t mourn the inclusion of slightly sharper brakes.Still the stuff of dreams, Then? yes, If a happy, Timeless cafe racer is all you want.Perhaps no, If you want your cafe racer to do very proper sportbike things.

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  • 4.2
    It have a very good comfort

    It have a very good comfort level mileage is less becoz of 650 cc engine pickup is very good and the sound is very relaxing.

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