The Royal Enfield Classic Signals Edition is priced at a premium of Rs. 15,000 over regular model and it is the first Royal Enfield motorcycle in the country to get dual channel ABS

Royal Enfield officially launched Classic 350 Signals Edition at Rs. 1.62 Lakh (Ex-Showroom) and it is the first Royal Enfield motorcycle in India to be equipped with dual channel ABS system. The company introduced the Royal Enfield Classic Signals Edition to celebrate its association with the Indian Army’s Cop of Signals.

The Signals Edition took inspirations from Military spec models and it will be available through dealerships, unlike Pegasus Edition which was sold via online. The company has officially opened bookings for Signals Edition and the booking amount is Rs. 5000.

The new Royal Enfield Classic 350 Signals Edition comes with a dedicated serial number like Pegasus Edition and Corps emblem on the fuel tank. Royal Enfield has also given tall windscreen to protect the rider from wind blast, canvas saddle bags with saddle stays and an optional jerry can.

The company is also offering lots of accessories with the Royal Enfield Classic Signals Edition like riding jackets, helmets, gloves, binoculars, a duffle bag, luggage panniers, rear parcel racks and more. The company has also given single piece brown leather seats and wheels, exhaust, engine and headlamp bezel is finished in black colour.


Apart from the ABS system, the company hasn’t made any other changes for Signals Edition compared to regular Classic 350. The limited edition model is powered by same 346 cc single cylinder engine producing 19.8 bhp of power at 5,250 rpm and 28 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. This engine is mated to 5 speed gearbox.

The braking power comes from 280 mm disc brake at front and 153 mm drum at rear. The Classic 350 comes with 19 inch spoke wheel at front with 90/90 section tyre and 18 inch at rear with 100/90 section tyre. The Royal Enfield Classic Signals Edition will be available in two colour options – Storm Rider Sand and Airborne Blue.