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Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350 name trademarked

The Goan Classic 350 name could be used for its upcoming Classic 350 Bobber.

Royal Enfield has filed a trademark application for the ‘Goan Classic 350’ nametag.

The Goan Classic 350 name could be used for its upcoming Classic 350 Bobber. Test mules of the bike have already been spotted testing.

The 350cc Bobber is expected to be based on the J-platform. Spy images have revealed a classic bobber design offering a relaxed riding position and wire-spoke wheels shod with white wall tyres.

It could be powered by the familiar 349cc single-cylinder engine as the Classic 350. This engine develops 20 BHP and 27 Nm and is paired with a 5-speed gearbox.

The test bike was equipped with a conventional suspension setup with a telescopic fork at the front and dual shock absorbers at the rear. The bike also had disc brakes at both ends and is likely to get dual-channel ABS.

Source: Rushlane

 
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