surprisingly functional and clearly show what’s following you.
Available in two colours—the signature GT red and a brand new shade of GT yellow—the bike retails for R2.05 lakh (on-road, Delhi) which, we believe, is a very good price point, especially considering the fact that we currently have only two café racers in the country and the other one, recently unveiled by a famous British manufacturer, will cost you about three times. “Find your café. We’ve built a racer,” so said Siddhartha Lal, the MD & CEO of the company, at its India launch in Goa. “With the Continental GT, Royal Enfield has given one thing back to the world of motorcycling—unadulterated fun. Go ride,” we say.