Royal Enfield Classic 500 Desert Storm Review
Royal Enfield, the brand name of the company is known by its iconic cruiser and vintage motorcycle. The company has a wide range of motorcycle with a different cubic centimeter engine. All the motorcycles look very impressive which keep the classy style of 1950s.
The Classic 500 Desert Storm is pretty much lovable classic motorcycle from the Royal Enfiled. The motorcycle is featured with a round headlight, pads on the fuel tank, solo seat along with spring and round rear tail light give a magnificent look to the motorcycle. Apart from this, the tiger eye lamps are fitted into the headlight and toolbox reminisce the year of 1950s. The fuel tank is decorated with thigh pads and war era graphics for a vintage look.
The Classic 500 Desert Storm motorcycle is powered by a 500cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke and liquid-cooled engine that returns a maximum power of 27.2 BHP at 5,250 RPM and makes 41.1 NM of torque at 4,000 RPM. The engine is featured with a Keihin electronic fuel injection that reduces the emission power to enhance the performance and fuel economy. The motor comes mated to a five speed gearbox via a wet, multiple-disc clutch.
For a safe and comfortable ride, the Classic 500 Desert Storm is featured with a 280mm disc, two piston caliper brakes at the front and 153mm drum brake at rear, the brakes are quite impressive for an adequate braking. The motorcycle has a telescopic 35mm forks at the front and a twin gas charged shock absorbers with five adjustable preload at the rear, both the suspensions are very strong that gives maximum confidence in the corners.
The motorcycle has a solo seat and large handlebar which offers a dynamic stability and excellent ride quality. The low seat height and kerb weight are the advantage for a beginner-riders.