Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Overview
The history of the Royal Enfield Bullet gleams as bright as its iconic gold pinstripes. The Bullet made its debut in 1932, on the pages of The Motor Cycle magazine. In 1948, it arrived at the Colmore Cup trials with a revolutionary invention that changed motorcycling forever: swinging arm suspension. Tales of the Bullet’s valour travelled from the Scottish highlands and the Italian countryside all the way to the snow-capped mountains of Kashmir. The Indian Army was preparing for war and it needed a machine that was capable of handling even the most inaccessible of landscapes. In the 1950s, an order for 500 Royal Enfield Bullets was placed and the rest is history. Over the next six decades, the Bullet shifted base to India, where it became a cherished ally for soldiers and civilians alike, witnessing everything from wars to weddings. In 2023, the Bullet 350 arrives in Europe with an upgraded engine and an unchanged soul.