Exciting Introductions This Holiday

WOMEN’S FLAT TRACK PROGRAM The Build, Train, Race program is aimed at highlighting women and the motorcycle culture in North America through 3 stages. Building a custom Flat Track with the INT 650 Twin as the base platform, training on the motorcycle with expert Flat Track riders from within the Flat Track Community, and racing the 4 builds at the Flat Out Friday event in Milwaukee, Wisconsin during the Mama Tried weekend. Click the button below to learn more about the program, and the riders within it. LEARN MORE – CLICK HERE INTERNATIONAL MOTORCYCLE SHOWS One down, seven to go! After a successful weekend at Long Beach IMS, we are excited to pack our bags and head out to another IMS event in New York. Don’t miss your chance to see our full product lineup and the newest genuine motorcycle accessories options. Pick the location closest to you and come by our booth. Prize Pack giveaways, apparel for purchase and more! Where will we see you? Enter ROY20 for $3 off at checkout! GET TICKETS – CLICK HERE Limited Edition Bullet Trials Works Replica Introducing the Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 500. A replica of the original, groundbreaking 350cc trials Bullet. Launched in 1948, the motorcycle was the first production motorcycle to feature swinging arm suspension. Two years after its debut in 1948, a precociously talented 18-year-old joined Royal Enfield’s factory rider team. John Victor Brittain, universally known as Johnny Brittain, was to become the Trials Bullet star rider. Combining history with new technology, this limited edition Bullet Trials Replica pays homage to our original brand ambassador and his success, the sports of Trials, and the early pioneering of Royal Enfield’s influence on motorcycle performance. Contact your local dealer for information on purchase, or click the button below for more details […]

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America’s First All-Female Motorcycle Club

Meet the ‘Motor Maids’ Motor Maids of America worked to convey a different image and create a community of women riders. Motor Maids Inc., was founded in 1941 by Linda Dugeau and Dot Robinson. It was the first all-women motorcycle club in North America. As described in a 1986 Los Angeles Times article, this club was founded to show that “women who ride motorcycles can be above reproach.” Today, the Motor Maids count more than 1,300 members across the United States and Canada, as reported by their website. READ THIS FEATURE ARTICLE IN THE CANTINA – CLICK HERE Join the Cantina today

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