Royal Enfield is all set to celebrate Bullet’s 80th anniversary in the month of June. The company is planning to celebrate this on 23rd and 24th June at the Watsonian-Squire works in Blockley, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. The company will celebrate this event by showing latest models and offering test rides on the same.
Royal Enfield Bullet is the world’s longest running production model. It was first introduced in the year 1932 when the company rolled out first motorcycle at Redditch, United Kingdom. Although the production was halted in 1962 in United Kingdom, the model was not discontinued. The company started producing Bullet in India since 1955 and it is still in production in India. This has made Bullet longest running production model. This is not enough; the company sold around 70,000 Bullet last year.
Royal Enfield has kept free entry to the celebration event. Visitors who want test ride should bring their driving license and suitable driving gear to test ride modern fuel injected Royal Enfield Bullet. The company is also planning to include some more attraction and special guests to make celebration unforgettable.