Apparently they still do make Cycles, nice lookin ones too
and used to make guns
This says they built bike and weapon parts but obviously they built complete guns so logically I would think they would build complete bikes as well as this was how more than one Motorcycle company got started
Royal Enfield was originally an English manufacturer of guns and motorcycles.
Royal Enfield (founded in 1893, first motorcycle built in 1901) is the oldest still nowadays producing motorcycle brand of the world, preceding Triumph (founded in 1886, first motorcycle built in 1902), Harley Davidson (founded in 1907, first motorbike built in 1903) and Husqvarna (founded in 1889, first motorcycle built in 1903).
1896 production of bicycle and weapon parts �� the motto “built like a gun” has its origin at that time and is meant to be a symbol of quality
1901 production of the first motorcycle
1902 introduction of a 2 valves with 300 ccm, later 350 ccm
1912 770 ccm V-twin
1914 225 ccm-2-stroke engin �� after the first world war they produced 2-stroke engines until 1921 when the 976 ccm V-twin replaced them
1924 350 one stroke engines were introduced
1928 500 ccm OHV one stroke engine
1930 500 ccm four stroke engine
1933 exportation of the K-model with 1.140 ccm
1933 year of birth of the legendary “Bullet” with 250 and 350 ccm
1939 a 125 ccm 2 stroke engine became famous during the 2nd world war under the designation “Flying Flea” with paratrooper missions. At the end of the war the production of the 2 stroke engines and the two Bullet-models continued.
1953 �� 1960 different models were put on the US-market as “Indian”
1955 development of the “Bullet”-production in Madras, India. In England the firm carried on producing parallel twins, e.g. the 500 ccm Twin from 1949 to 1963, then the 700 Meteor from 1952 to 1962. The Crusader was a single of 250 ccm produced from 1956 to 1966.
The coronation was the Interceptor with 750 ccm, a parallel twin with 52 HP.
1970 the Enfield-production in England ceased with the Interceptor. In India the Bullet 350 enjoys an increasing popularity. The 500 ccm-models are dedicated to export.
1994 The firm Eicher Goodearth Ltd. originally a joint venture of the since then defunct German company Gebr. Eicher, takes over Enfield India and rename it Royal Enfield Motors Limited.
1999 the rights to the name “Royal Enfield” return to India, so that the classics must no longer be called by the official name “Enfield India”, but are now authorized to the name of “Royal Enfield” like their legendary ancestors. Every year approx. 35,000 units of the Bullet are coming out of the production.
2000 a new plant open its doors, the manufacturing quality improves and a new version of the 350 ccm is presented to the public.
2005 the new Bullet Elektra 500 with a left sided gear change is introduced on the UK market.
2006 the adoption of new waste gas regulation (Euro 3) for new registered motorcycles put for the time being a foreseeable stop to the Bullet ��story in Europe. Of course, there is a grace period for the petrol engines from India as well as for most of the small modified series with a diesel engine. As less than 5,000 units a year are imported to Europe, the Enfield can be registered problem-free until 31/12/2007 on the basis of a producer’s certificate.
Also, the manufacturer of small diesel engine series (Sommer) is still on the market, but for registration reasons they are no longer allowed to commercialize under the label Royal Enfield.
2007 Even hereafter Royal Enfield will not disappear; already for 2007 new classic models are announced which will comply with the European standard 3 thanks to a new developed engine.
The Bullet 500, a classic long stroke engine with 22 to 25 HP, is still nowadays produced in India and is one of the best sold motorcycles in the world. The conservation of separated engine and gear boxes �� a worldwide used technique in the 60ies’ motorbike engineering �� made the Bullet an ideal basis for these constructions, which so could easily combine the original gear with later on installed Diesel engines. We cite as an example the Taurus 325, a since then stopped diesel-model.
From the technical point of view, the motorcycles produced by the firms Beckedorf and Sommer, are considered as the highest developed models. The Beckedorf-bike equipped with a Lombardini-Diesel has been produced about 50 times, the Hatz-Sommer-Diesel more or less 150 times. Both engines develop approx.
11 HP and allow a maximum speed of 110 km/h.
For what Wiki is worth
Royal Enfield was the name under which the Enfield Cycle Company (a division of the British arms-making company Royal Small Arms Factory in Enfield Lock ), made motorcycles. bicycles. lawnmowers and stationary engines. This legacy of weapons manufacture is reflected in the logo, a cannon, and their motto Made like a gun, goes like a bullet. Use of the brand name Royal Enfield was licensed by the Crown in 1890.
The original Redditch. Worcestershire based company was sold to E. H. P. Smith in 1963 and then to Norton-Triumph-Villiers (NVT). Production ceased in 1970 and the company was dissolved in 1971.  In 1955 Enfield of India started assembling Bullet motorcycles under licence from UK components, and by 1962 were manufacturing complete bikes.
Enfield of India bought the rights to use the Royal Enfield name in 1995. Royal Enfield production, based in Chennai. continues and Royal Enfield is now the oldest motorcycle brand in the world still in production with the Bullet model enjoying the longest motorcycle production run of all time. 
Long story short lets see some pics- sounds like you could have rare peice of BMX
This post has been edited by cheez . Mar 26 2010, 06:51 AM
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