Upcoming Royal Enfield Meteor motorcycle with accessories spied before launch

Royal Enfield is one of the popular retro looking modern motorcycle manufacturer in the country. Classic 350 and bullet series are some of the popular models from the brand. Royal Enfield has been working on a 350-cc cruiser motorcycle for quite some time and it is expected to be launched in the market the market later this year. It is known as Meteor and is likely to replace the Thunderbird X cruiser motorcycle. Recently, the Meteor motorcycle was spotted testing with official accessories that are likely to be available with the bike when it gets launched.

 

The pictures of Meteor with all accessories was shared on Instagram. In the image, Meteor cruiser motorcycle is seen with a large windscreen and a large crash guard. The foot pegs seen on the bike are different from the one seen in standard version and a saddle stay is also installed over the saree guard at the rear. These are the accessories that are seen in the image.

The upcoming Royal Enfield Meteor is based on a brand new platform. The bike has been spotted testing on our roads many times but, this is the first time images of it with accessories have come up. Meteor is an entirely new bike in comparison to other Royal Enfield motorcycles. It is using a brand new frame and a new 350-cc engine. Royal Enfield has not shared much information about the power figures but it will be single, cylinder, air-cooled, fuel injected unit. The engine is expected to be more refined in comparison to the current 350-cc engine.

In terms of styling, the Meteor has borrowed some some of the style elements from Thunderbird itself. It gets a round headlamp at front with LED DRLs around it. It will have a twin pod instrument cluster with a combination of both digital and analog meters in it. It gets a stepped seat with wide seat for the rider.

At the front, it gets telescopic suspension and twin shock absorbers at the rear. The circular tail lights are placed right after the seat with turn indicators placed at the lower part of the mudguard. It will get dual tone paint job, alloy wheels and disc brakes both at the front and rear. It is not known whether it will get single-channel or dual-channel ABS as standard.