Well, here it is at last. My pride and glory and it cost me every penny of my savings. It has almost everything I wanted in a bike, the elegant looks, a muffled thud of masculine arrival, great riding comfort and a strong metal body.
I get a lot of queries from a lot of people I know, "isn't it too heavy?" ... "what's the mileage?" etc .
I advise everyone not to buy a Royal Enfield if you want a bike that:
1. Is fast and flashy.
2. Is easy to maintain.
3. Is easy on your wallet.
4. Will get you girls.
Riding a Bullet requires ability and patience, it's to be driven with elegance, with a touch of benign condescension for all other beings struggling on their lesser vehicles. I almost smile when I see the Pulsars clumsily zig-zagging through the rush hour traffic. At that moment, my bike is my place of zen.