A modified Royal Enfield Classic 500 carried 58 men onboard and the mesmerising stunt was performed on a 1,200-meter run
A modified Royal Enfield Classic 500 was used to make a new world record when 58 people boarded the motorcycle and it ran a stretch of 1,200 meter. The stunt was performed by Indian Army Service Corps (ASC) at the Air Force Station Yelahanka in Karanata. It was performed under the lead of Major Bunny Sharma and the bike was under control of Subedar Rampal Yadav.
No wonder, this was an amazing performance by those men in uniform. These men are called as ASC Tornadoes and they broke the previous record which was set by 56 men of the Indian Army Signal Corps, also christened as the Daredevils. While the men in uniform performed this amazing stunt, you can watch it here in this video.
Royal Enfield Classic comes as one of the bestselling middleweight category motorcycles in the country. The Royal Enfield Classic is favourite among the buyers who like riding with retro charm alongside powerful performance. Not only that, it is also the favourite machine for the men serving in the armed forces of the country.
Royal Enfield Classic is available in two different engine options that are 350 cc and 500 cc. While the 350 cc engine powered variant is more popular among the buyers, the 500 cc variant powered model appeals to those who seek more punch from the engine.
Royal Enfield Classic 500 comes priced at Rs. 1.76 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). It is powered by a 499 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine coupled with a 5-speed gearbox. The engine is capable of churning out 27.20 bhp of peak power at 5,250 rpm and 41.30 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. It offers around 32 kmpl of fuel efficiency. For braking duty, it relies on a 280 mm front disc brake and 153 mm rear drum brake.