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The base Roadster drags Royal Enfield screaming into the mid-1970s.
Enfield Cannon Clubman. All the same running gear. Predictable, but which budding rocker wouldn't love to take one of these along to the Ace Cafe, and all for the price of a mid-sized Japanese bike? Drawing the exhaust bandage was an interesting challenge.
Mostly the same hardware as the Clubman, tank included. The rest is down to a few plastic parts, up-rated suspension, alloy wheels and a more vibrant color scheme.
A more serious attempt at a cruiser than the unconvincing Enfield Thunderbird. This is where the versatility of the v-twin comes into its own.
The military-liveried Enfield Cannon 1000, with yet more thermal wrap. A Browning machine gun would be on the options list.
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Royal Enfield Cannon

This self-initiated project speculates on the possible results of the Polaris-Eicher tie-up, and the merging of technologies between Victory/Indian and Royal Enfield. One result could be a new series of Enfield Vee-twins, reminiscent of the Carberry-Enfields (and perhaps even the Vincent). This would expand Enfield's range, and fill the gap between the small commuters and the increasing number of high-end imported models in the domestic market. Demand from export markets would also be strong.

Comments (1)
  • That would be a "globalized" bike! Thank you for sharing

    7 years ago

  • That would be a "globalized" bike! Thank you for sharing

    7 years ago

Glynn Kerr
Independent Motorcycle Designer Loomis, CA