New Royal Enfield Motorcycles
Browse and research the latest Royal Enfield standards in our 2019 motorcycle buyer’s guide. Find the best cruiser motorcycle for you.
Royal Enfield's roots date back to the 19th century, and its Bullet—whose engine the new 2014 Continental GT is based upon—was first produced in 1933. That makes the Bullet the oldest motorcycle in the world in continuous production. Royal Enfield appeals to many people and you are sure to get noticed when you pull up on a New Royal Enfield.
Browse and research the latest Royal Enfield standards in our 2019 motorcycle buyer’s guide. To provide you with the best information on standard motorcycles we ride, test, and review every new Royal Enfield standard bike. Our standard motorcycle reviews detail our likes and dislikes, as well as our overall opinion of the model, along with a breakdown of important specifications and retail pricing. Our comprehensive long-term reviews make sure that you have every piece of information before you buy the best standard motorcycle for you.
Want to find the latest standard bike on the market and don’t know what to look for? Our latest reviews provide you with the most up-to-date information regarding 2019 Royal Enfield standard motorcycles. Want to know how the model that you’re eyeing stacks up against its competitors? You’ll find all of the newest cruisers and standards from every manufacturer on Motorcycle Cruiser.
In 2018, RE announced the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, which it unveiled at EICMA the year prior. Its 2018 lineup also included its Himalayan adventure bike, Continental GT Cafe Racer, Bullet 500, and Classic 500 in different livery. Motorcycle Cruiser has all of the information you need for your new or used standard motorcycle purchase. Check out the technical specifications and retail pricing for all 2018 Royal Enfield standard bikes, plus previews, first ride reviews, and road tests.