Only 250 units of the bike will be available.

Prices for the limited-edition bike went live in May and the bike went on sale online on July 10. However, because of high demand, the website crashed, so Royal Enfield had no option but to postpone the sale.

On its social media sites, the company announced that it will be selling the bike on July 25 at 4pm. This special edition is inspired by the Royal Enfield WD/RE 125 (popularly known as the Flying Flea), used by British paratroopers in World War II.

Only 250 units of the Classic 500 Pegasus will be available in India, each unit priced at Rs 2.40 lakh (on-road, Delhi).

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