Royal Enfield is an Indian cruiser producing organization with processing plants in Chennai, India.
Initially a British cruiser organization, Royal Enfield and indigenous Madras Motors, it is currently a backup of Eicher Motors Limited, an Indian auto manufacturer. The organization makes the Royal Enfield Bullet, and other single-barrel bikes.
Set up in 1893, Royal Enfield is among the most seasoned cruiser organizations.
Royal Enfield was a subdivision of the Enfield Cycle Company, a British assembling firm. It began in India, when for the Indian Army 350 cc bicycles were imported in kits from the UK and collected in Chennai. Following a couple of years, the organization began delivering the 500 cc Bullet. Just somewhat late the Indian government searched for a reasonable cruiser for its police and armed force, for watching the nation's outskirt. The Royal Enfield Bullet was picked as the most reasonable bicycle for the occupation. The Indian government requested 800 350 cc model Bullets. In 1955, the Redditch organization collaborated with Madras Motors in India to shape 'Enfield India' to collect, under permit, the 350 cc Royal Enfield Bullet bike in Madras (now called Chennai). Royal Enfield still makes a basically comparable bicycle in 350 cc and 500 cc shapes today, alongside a few diverse models for various business sector fragments.
In 1990, Royal Enfield teamed up with the Eicher Group, a car organization in India, and converged with it in 1994. Regal Enfield reported its first takeover of another organization in May, 2015 with the buy of a UK bike plan and assembling firm, Harris Performance Products.