Despite the recession a couple of motorcycling manufacturers are thriving. As I told you several times, Royal Enfield is one of them, with a growing demand worldwide including the US for their vintage-inspired Bullet motorcycles. Royal Enfield Motors has responded to this demand with significant investments in production to increase capacity and allow the brand to enter new markets like California, where the bikes performance, user-friendliness, reliability retro aesthetic and outstanding fuel economy is expected to make the line particularly popular with riders and enthusiasts.
“It’s very exciting to be bringing Royal Enfield to California, especially now that we have an ideal product line and a hand-picked network of outstanding dealers to make a strong entry into this important market” says Kevin Mahoney, president of Royal Enfield USA. The US lineup, including the popular Bullet C5 Classic, will be immediately available at seven debut dealerships in California: Doug Douglas Motorcycles in San Bernardino, Il Motorino in Soquel, Munroe Motors in San Francisco, NoHo Scooters in North Hollywood, Rocket Motorcycles in San Diego, San Celmente Scooters in San Clemente, and South Bay Triumph in Lomita. Royal Enfield USA is also looking to answer strong demand in California by establishing additional dealerships in the state over the coming year. Complete model and dealer information can be found on the company’s website at Royal Enfield
Royal Enfield USA is a division of Classic Motorworks, the exclusive licensed distributor of Royal Enfield motorcycles in the United States. Royal Enfield USA operates in direct affiliation with Royal Enfield Motors, founded in Redditch, England in 1901 and manufactured and headquartered in Chennai, India since 1955.