Royal Enfield Offering Special Pricing to Motorcycle Riding Schools

Royal Enfield Offering Special Pricing to Motorcycle Riding Schools

Three of Royal Enfield’s acclaimed new motorcycle models will be made available to riding schools across the country as part of a new program that the company has launched. The Meteor 350, Hunter 350, and Scram 411 are superb motorcycles that naturally support the mission of learning to ride safely and confidently, and they are now offered at special prices for training new riders through Motorcycle Safety Foundation-endorsed schools.

“Rider training is key to the growth of motorcycling in America,” said For Royal Enfield North America, Ron Luttrell serves as vice president of sales and dealer development. “We’ve been going through some really impressive expansion across the country, and we credit a lot of that success to not just a great lineup of approachable motorcycles but also a customer base that genuinely values pure motorcycling.”

As part of a sales program to recognize May as Motorcycle Safety Month, riding schools will be able to purchase a fleet of Royal Enfield motorcycles through their neighborhood dealers at a discounted price. The program also includes maintenance plans to keep the motorcycles in good condition and in constant use at the schools. The Hunter 350, Meteor 350, and Scram 411 all share an approachable appeal, designed and engineered for riders to experience the kind of performance and exhilaration that comes with the skill maturity that rider training courses can provide.

“Motorcycle riding academies and safety schools educate tens of thousands of riders each year, training riders across the skill spectrum,” said Business Head for the Americas Region and President Krishnan Ramaswamy. “Royal Enfield is proud to collaborate with our dealer network to support riding schools across the country because we’re dedicated to making new riders’ dreams a reality and maintaining riders’ skills at the highest level.”

Motorcycle training schools can learn more about Royal Enfield’s riding school product and pricing online at

About Royal Enfield

Royal Enfield produced its first motorcycle in 1901, making it the world’s oldest motorcycle manufacturer still in operation today. With its one-of-a-kind and distinctly modern classic motorcycles, Royal Enfield, a division of Eicher Motors Limited, has pioneered the midsize motorcycle market in India. Royal Enfield has been able to expand its production quickly in response to a sharp increase in demand for its motorcycles thanks to its manufacturing base in Chennai, India. In the world market for middleweight motorcycles, Royal Enfield is a dominant force.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based Royal Enfield North America (RENA) is expanding its network of more than 150 dealers across North America, including the contiguous United States. and Canada-based RENA currently carries a variety of Genuine Motorcycle Accessories and clothing, as well as the all-new Hunter 350, Scram 411, Classic 350, Meteor 350, Himalayan, and 650 Twins (INT650 and Continental GT 650) motorcycles.


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