Length 78cm. Height 46cm.
Shipping with track.
Royal Enfield is a historic British motorcycle brand.
Originally, Royal Enfield was a needle factory owned by the Townsend brothers. They started to produce bicycles and in 1892 they sold their company to Albert Eadie and Robert Walker-Smith. The name Royal Enfield appeared on a series of bicycles in 1893.
Some years later, the company name was changed to The Enfield Cycle Co. The first motorised product was a four-wheeler powered by the Dion-Bouton engine, and the company also experimented with tricycles. They were presented in 1900. In 1901, however, motorcycles with 211cc Minerva engines were already being built. The company then made bicycles, tricycles and even cars for a few years because the motorcycle market was in danger of becoming saturated.
- Type of Object
- Royal Enfield
- No. of items
- Good - Visible signs of wear and age
- Period of manufacture
- After 2000
- 46×0.2×78 cm