Royal Enfield is still the world's oldest motorcycle brand in production.
It was India's first company to provide rear disc brakes in Two Wheeler.
In 1965, the Indian government chose the bullet as the most suitable motorcycle for patrol on the country's border.
The Indian Army still has thousands of Royal Enfield motorcycles for soldiers located in the north and north-west borders and other cantonments.
In 2001, the company sold approximately 25,000 bikes annually. Today, it sells over 30,000 bikes in a month.
In 1990, Enfield produced a diesel motorcycle called 'Torus', which was unfortunately not a commercial success for the company and stopped production in 2002.
There is a cannon in the original Royal Enfield logo, in which the slogan was made "Made like a gun, bullet races".
In 1984, Enfield India started exporting its own Enfield Bullet Motorcycles back to the UK.
The UK and India Royal Enfield jointly produced Bullet Models from 1948.
Royal Enfield exports its motorcycles to 42 countries around the world including America, Japan and Germany.
It surpassed Harley-Davidson in global sales in 2015.
In 2015, Royal Enfield Motors announced a dealership in its North American headquarters Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Royal Enfield added new versions of classic 350 and 500 motorcycles in 2017.
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