The Thunderbird is one of the most successful motorcycles in the Royal Enfield stable. Launched originally in 2000, the Thunderbird takes pride as being the first motorcycle to bring RE massive success in the 21st century followed by the Classic range. Designed more as a cruiser than a standard, the Thunderbird is meant for relaxed highway riding with a laid-back riding stance. The 350cc UCE engine is shared across all the 350cc motorcycle range. It produces 19.8 BHP of power and 28 NM of torque. It’s got 41mm telescopic forks up front, a 20 litres fuel tank and disc brake at both ends.
Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350

Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 Bike Key Features

  • Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 Braking and Safety

    The Thunderbird comes with one of the best braking packages in the RE lineup. It comes standard with a 280mm front disc and a 240mm rear disc delivering satisfying braking power in almost all conditions. However, none of the Royal Enfield motorcycles come with tubeless tyres so they are prone to instant deflation in case of a puncture.

  • Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 Mileage

    The Thunderbird comes with a large 20 litres fuel tank leading to an exceptional range in one full tank.