Royal Enfield to Sell 15 Classic 500s for Charity

  • Published By: Droom
  • 11 December 2017

Only 15 units of these ‘Stealth Black’ models, which were used by the NSG, will be sold.

The company will sell 15 units of the Stealth Black Classic 500 motorcycles in an online sale. The bikes were part of the National Security Guards’ motorcycle expedition ‘Fight Against Terror’ in September 2017. User registrations began on December 8, 2017. Once you register, you will be given a unique identification code to use on December 13, 2017 (along
with a GST-inclusive booking amount of 15,000) to try your luck to buy the motorcycle. The bikes cost ₹1.90 lakh (ex-showroom), each.

Each bike is adorned with unique NSG insignia and all the money earned from the sale of these 15 motorcycles will go to Prerna – a not-for- profit initiative supported by NSG that serves differently-abled children. These bikes were part of the NSG's 40-day motorcycle expedition which saw Black Cat NSG Commandos cover over 8,000km of the Indian subcontinent. The ride was intended to spread the message of citizens' awareness of their collective responsibility towards the fight against terrorism.
The bike is available in a matte-black finish. They are powered by the same 499cc single-cylinder engine that makes 27.2hp and 41.3Nm.

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