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Avenger or Royal Enfield Bullet / Thunderbird

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  • RoseJacobson
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    Re: Avenger or Royal Enfield Bullet / Thunderbird

    Thanks for sharing this valuable information. I love bikes.
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    Last edited by RoseJacobson; 02-07-2015, 06:40 PM.

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  • bbsrailfan
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    Originally posted by Rahul Sinha View Post
    Hi, I wanted to buy Avenger 220 but the only thing which is bothering me is that I am 5ft10in tall, will this bike suit me as it is very low in height?
    If not then could you suggest me some other cruiser bike which isn't too costly, coz I like cruiser bikes more than compared to Sports bikes.
    How is the bike Royal Enfield Thunderbird & Bullet 350/500cc? I live in Bangalore, how much will these two bikes cost me ?
    Hi Rahul,
    what exactly do you refer to, when you ask "suit me"?
    If you take ride comfort into consideration then yes, the avenger will be extremely comfortable, even for all-day riding. I am 5.9 myself and have used an Avenger for 5 days at Goa where I used for extensive touring all day. I never felt the slightest discomfort. If you are concerned about the low seating position, then yes, the dynamics are slightly different from a regular performance bike but nothing awkward.

    But frankly, the Avenger is not a "true" cruiser - it's a Pulsar engine in a cruiser body afterall. RE are closer to "true" cruisers with peak power and torque coming at lower RPMs. Take a TD and check which suits you better. If your budget permits, do wait for the Hyosung GV250.

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  • experimentalhead
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    Hi Rahul,

    I own an Avenger 220 for last 21 months and I have ridden 25000 K ms so far.

    PFB the link for review by me.

    I have done saddle sore, taken it to off roading and various long and short trips and bike has performed beautifully. Only factor is your height. Take a test ride and decide.

    My Avenger review

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  • The Monk
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    Query Approved


    You can check this thread out as well - http://www.xbhp.com/talkies/what-bik...ger-220-a.html

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  • Rahul Sinha
    started a topic Avenger or Royal Enfield Bullet / Thunderbird

    Avenger or Royal Enfield Bullet / Thunderbird

    Hi, I wanted to buy Avenger 220 but the only thing which is bothering me is that I am 5ft10in tall, will this bike suit me as it is very low in height?
    If not then could you suggest me some other cruiser bike which isn't too costly, coz I like cruiser bikes more than compared to Sports bikes.
    How is the bike Royal Enfield Thunderbird & Bullet 350/500cc? I live in Bangalore, how much will these two bikes cost me ?
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