2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 review, road test

    A massive update brings the popular Classic back to the future.

    Published on Sep 01, 2021 01:00:00 PM


    We Like
    • Engine and gearbox
    • Styling and features
    • Improved fit and finish
    We Don't Like
    • Heavy clutch
    • Front brake feel

    No one really likes working on Sundays. However, there are things that promise to motivate and at this point, you’d expect me to say something cliche like a hot cup of coffee and the love for motorcycles. Nah, that’s not stopping me from playing the latest Assassin’s Creed. What is, is the fact that life has kind of come full circle with this review that I’m working on over the weekend. Growing up, my father would take me for a spin on either his cast-iron Bullet 350 or diesel-powered Taurus and he’d tell me all about what made them special and how they felt to ride. And now, 20 years later, it’s my turn to do so, but with Royal Enfield’s all-new Classic 350.

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