Modern History of the Royal Enfield Bullet

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The Royal Enfield Bullet, in its present form, was first introduced in Britain in 1949 as a 350cc bike. It incorporated an innovative design element: swing arm suspension. This feature along with its extremely strong single cylinder engine allowed it to excel as a trials bike. The 500cc model was introduced in Britain during the 1950’s, winning hundreds of races. This brought the Bullet international recognition and orders came into the factory in Redditch, England from all over the world.

Source: EnfieldMotorcycles.com

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