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Royal Enfield launches Classic 500 Pegasus Edition at Rs 2.49 lakh

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The Classic 500 Pegasus edition pays tribute to the 125cc 2-stroke motorcycles that were used by the British military during WW II

Royal Enfield has launched the limited edition Classic 500 Pegasus at Rs 2.49 lakh (on-road, Mumbai). The motorcycle has a limited production run of 1000 examples. While the UK gets 190 motorcycles, 250  motorcycles are assigned for India. It pays tribute to the 125cc 2-stroke RE/WD 125 ‘Flying Flea’ machines that were used by the British military as paratrooper motorcycles during World War II. Online bookings for the Classic 500 Pegasus Edition will begin on July 10. Here’s the link for registrations and bookings.

This bike derives its roots from the Flying Flea and Royal Enfield’s military heritage. The bike is priced at Rs 4.57 lakh (on-road) in UK and bookings will commence in July 2018. Mechanically the motorcycle remains unchanged. You also get a pair of canvas panniers, a helmet and a Pegasus collection t-shirt at no additional cost.  A full range of apparel and motorcycle accessories inspired by the Pegasus Edition will also be available.

Siddhartha Lal, CEO, Royal Enfield, said, “The story of the Flying Flea is both remarkable and inspiring, and it has a history like no other motorcycle. Rugged military motorcycles have been an integral part of Royal Enfield’s heritage and continues to be till date, as we endeavour to build classic, simple, enduring motorcycles. Our machines have played important role in both World Wars, earning a reputation for endurance in the toughest conditions. The Classic 500 Pegasus is a homage to the legendary war stories and to the resilience and pedigree of Royal Enfield.”

Read more on the Royal-Enfield “Classic 500 Pegasus” here.

A few videos associated with Royal Enfield history –

  1. Maroon Beret story 
  2. Inspiration story
  3. Flying flea story
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