4-12 December 2021
NEC Birmingham

Royal Enfield’s Himalayan has been released in a special edition format, ‘The Himalayan Adventure’ by the UK distributor, Moto GB, through their dealership network. The Himalayan Adventure Edition has a number of official Royal Enfield Genuine Motorcycle Accessories already fitted as part of the package, including aluminium panniers with brackets, engine bars and hand guards with a built-in saving of up to £100 on the combined price. The special edition enables riders to ride out of the showroom and straight onto their next adventure without delay and perfectly equipped.

Since its release, the Himalayan has garnered huge success and affection due to the honesty and simplicity of the riding experience. As its name denotes, this rugged bike was made for tackling long adventures across challenging terrain, and it has consistently exceeded expectations both in terms of performance and price.

The Himalayan Adventure is a limited edition so any riders tempted to own an adventure-ready bike should contact their ​nearest dealership to register interest or arrange a test ride when COVID policy allows. The Himalayan Adventure Edition is also available to buy online​.

With a grounded stance, terrain tested suspension and agile handling the Himalayan truly can handle any off-road environment. The Himalayan cradles the rider in its low seat height, and this combined with the upright handlebars and intuitively placed footpegs results in the riding position that’s both comfortable for long journeys and perfectly natural when standing. The mounting points on the front and back racks let you strap up and set off anytime, while the LCD instrument cluster keeps you in the track of miles to maintenance. It really is a case of turning the key and then finding your next adventure.

Pricing of the new Himalayan Adventure starts at £4,799. For more information, click here.

About the Himalayan

Since its introduction in 2016, the Himalayan has earned the respect and admiration of discerning motorcyclists and aspiring adventure riders. In line with the model’s tagline “​Built for all Roads, Built for no Roads​”, the Himalayan has been widely praised for its impressive versatility and accessibility. The low seat height and centre of gravity, robust yet lightweight design and ease of handling not only makes the Himalayan a great commuter bike for towns and cities, but it also allows the bike to be in its element off-roading during the weekends.

Rooted in Royal Enfield’s passion for adventure and exploration, the Himalayan was originally conceptualised with India’s most challenging environments in mind. To its very core, it’s a bike that was designed to be tough, versatile, and adaptable to all kinds of terrain. There are many features that have been developed with adventure specifically in mind; such as the bike’s half-duplex, split-cradle frame and long travel suspension, resulting in a responsiveness and feel that places the rider in close harmony with the road, rocks, and everything in between.

With its 411cc engine, the Himalayan fits smartly into the ‘Mid-Sized Adventure Bike Market’ – a section keenly targeted by Royal Enfield and one that continues to see impressive growth and demand due to its widespread appeal to riders of all ages and genders.