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Royal Enfield Scram 450 and Roadster 450 spotted testing

The Royal Enfield range will be divided into three different categories: 350cc, 450cc, and 650cc.

Several Royal-Enfield Bikes are in development, and we often see them on the roads. The new Himalayan 450 was the first model in the 450cc class introduced a few months ago, and the Chennai-based bike manufacturer is currently working to expand that portfolio.

Along with these 450cc bikes, the lineup includes a roadster, a rally-built adventure bike, and a scrambler. The soon-to-be-released 450cc roadster and the Scrambler were recently spotted testing together.

Royal Enfield Scram 450 and Roadster 450: Specifications

The most significant similarity between these two motorcycles is the 452cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine with 40 Nm of peak torque and 39.5 horsepower. This motor is mated to a 6-speed gearbox using an assist and slip clutch. The same steel, twin-spar tubular frame will underpin every model in the 450cc range, but the rear subframe is likely to change.

Both bikes will likely have adjustable rear mono-shock and telescopic front forks. Dual-channel ABS will help prevent disc brakes on both bikes. The scrambler bike may also benefit from switchable rear ABS to enhance assistance on off-road terrain.

Royal Enfield Scram 450 and Roadster 450: Style and features

In terms of appearance, the 450cc Roadster has a fuel tank that is slightly more rounded and a shorter, flat back with a single-piece circular tail light. On the other hand, the Himalayan 450’s LED winkers and floating tail section are similar in design to the Scrambler but for a more contoured fuel tank.

The distinctive design cues are:

  • Round LED headlamps.
  • A thick profile rear tyre.
  • A wide, flat handlebar.
  • Centrally placed footpegs.

It is assumed that the Roadster will have a stronger, more rounded exhaust muffler, while the Scrambler will have a smoother, upswept unit.

According to rumors, the roadster may be named Hunter 450, which can be an upgrade to the Hunter 350, while the Scram 450 scrambler will replace the current Scram 411. Although specific details regarding its introduction are unknown, we expect to see at least one of these bikes hit the market this year.

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