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An overhead-valve four-stroke single, the Bullet can boast the longest production run of any motorcycle, having been in continuous production since 1948.
Originally launched in 1931, the Bullet was initially sold with centre-spring girder front forks until a revised fully-sprung model appeared in 1949, with a swing-arm and non-adjustable hydralic shocks at the rear and a brand new telescopic fork of Royal Enfield’s own design.
Fresh from an endorsement by US President Barack Obama, India's motorcycle manufacturer Royal Enfield announced it was speeding up expansion and production to meet booming demand for its British-origin bikes.