Royal Enfield Bullet Trials Works Replica launched in Thailand

13/08/2019 - 12:15 | ,  ,   | Suvil Susvirkar

After in India and the UK, Royal Enfield has launched the Trials Works Replica in Thailand. The Chennai-based two-wheeler brand is offering only the 500 cc variant of the motorcycle, that too with the sales capped at 200 units.

Royal Enfield Bullet Trials Works Replica Launched
The Royal Enfield Bullet Trials is available in 500 cc variant and limited to just 200 units in the Thai market.

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The Royal Enfield Bullet Trials Works Replica is priced at THB 1,91,500 (INR 4.42 lakh). The same model retails at INR 2,07,104* in India. The 350 cc variant, which is not available in the UK or Thailand, is sold at INR 1,62,345* in our market. Similar to the model sold in India, the Thai-spec Bullet Trials Works Replica features five accessories - headlight grill, engine (or crash) guard, number board, aluminium sump guard and handlebar brace pad.

The Trials Works Replica is inspired by Johhny Brittain’s trials motorcycle, which won more than 50 championships between 1948 and 1965. The motorcycle uses 19-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels that use a wire-spoke design. Designed for trail riding, the Bullet Trials Works Replica 500 model uses dual-purpose tyres. The shorter front and rear fenders on the Trials Works Replica enhance its off-road focused styling.

Royal Enfield Trials 500 India Launch Left Rear Qu
The Royal Enfield Bullet Trials comes with headlight grill, engine guard, number board, aluminium sump guard and the handlebar brace pad as standard.

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Mechanical specifications are identical to the standard 500 cc version, and the Thai-spec Royal Enfield Trials Works Replica uses a 499 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with fuel injection tech. Linked to a five-speed transmission, the motor produces 27.1 BHP of peak power and 41 Nm of max torque. Stopping power comes from disc brakes, while the setup is governed by the safety-net of dual-channel ABS. Shock absorption tasks, like on the standard bike, are performed by twin-sided rear springs and conventional telescopic front forks.

NOTE: Images from India launch for representation purpose only

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