The Bullet Trials 350 and 500 would be based on the Royal Enfield Classic range and feature additional equipment that enhances its off-road prowess over the standard motorcycles. The Trials would feature a larger front wheel to tackle any obstructions on the beaten path. Expect to see a 19-inch or a 21-inch front wheel and 18-inch rear unit at the back. The wire-spoke wheels would come wrapped in dual-purpose tyres for better grip on the loose surface.
Other features on the Trial badge motorcycles would include a raised handlebar with a centre brace, an upswept exhaust and a rear parcel rack. The bikes would come with shorter mudguards at both the ends. A bunch of accessories makes the Royal Enfield Bullet Trials ready to take the beaten path. The list includes headlight protector, fork gaiters and a fork brace as standard.
Styling cues unique to the Bullet Trials 350 and 500 would include a painted chassis. The Royal Enfield 350 Trial would receive a red paint for the frame while the Trial 500 would get a shade of olive green. The Bullet Trials would be available in a dual-tone, silver and chrome paint scheme.
Mechanical specifications would remain identical to the standard 350 and 500 models. Thus, the 346cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled motor on the Bullet Trials 350 would deliver 19.8 bhp of power and 28 Nm of torque. The 499cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine on the Bullet Trials 500, on the other hand, would churn out 27.1 bhp of power and 41 Nm of torque. Both the motorcycles would employ a 5-speed gearbox.
The Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 350 could arrive at a price tag of INR 1.70 lakh, while the Bullet Trials 500 could retail for INR 2 lakh – both ex-showroom. Similar to the rest of Royal Enfield motorcycles, the Trials 350 and Trails 500 would be installed with dual-channel ABS as standard.