The Himalayan comes with a dual-channel ABS system where the ABS can be switched off at the rear. So, during the brake test, this Royal Enfield, despite the rear lacking the bite and feel for the road, works pretty well off the road.
The long rides on the Himalayan is very comfortable mainly with the addition of the gel seats. You can stretch the bike at variable speeds and one can expect utmost balance.
Royal Enfield Himalayan is not available with a USB mobile charging point.
Himalayan comes only with tube type tyres and you cannot replace it with tube less tyres until or unless you get the alloy wheels available in the market for it.
Arguably the most capable adventure motorcycle in the affordable space, the Royal Enfield Himalayan is now available with a BS6 compliant engine and dual-channel ABS which can be switched off for the rear wheel.
Yes, the Himalayan is a very suitable city ride. Enough low end torque to keep you going. It is definitely a great highway tourer.
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