This is a site for the fortunate owners of the surviving Royal Enfield Interceptor 750 cc Series II (and Series I) who need to assert the British Made performance of this machine. This was the last of the Royal Enfields, not the Bullets that were from a 15 year older stock, which India took as a starting point for their manufacturing.
We salute India for carrying the brand forward with their development
in a way which is good for India. But for all the various Bullet Enfield
web sites this one is about something else. This last British Royal
Enfield model which challenged the Japs head on. with 55 HP 190
K/hr, 13.8 s quarter mile. and a legendary road handling! Please
refer to our technical data and Bike Magazine Test for this Jap Killer
of its time! 1969 - Easy Rider times. The purpose of this site
is to give credit and recognition to this model and this engine which
was also found in the Frames of Rickman and The American Indian
Motor Cycle because of what it was!
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