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Dan Aspel  says:

More pics of Royal Enfield Fury

Royal Enfield has just released more images and details of the upcoming Fury. Find a Royal Enfield for sale The new bike is based on the fuel-injected Electra and features twin silencers, wide western-style handlebars, digital clocks, flat-track style glass fibre seat, a chrome headlight and chrome indicators. According to the official press release the Fury will “appeal to a younger and more...

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Nov 10

Posts: 2

psychohouse says:


I quite like it but it depends on price though how much it will be liked

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Apr 10

Posts: 20

Trademark Infringement

So can they call it "Fury?"

International Property Office and Honda say "No!"


Looks like a parts bin special; cheap seat unit and awful graphics. Surely if they wanted to "modernise" the old thing they could have gone with a more flat tracker type look for the same cost?

O. Bezzi; the artist who knocks out concept pictures (a few on MCN) has a couple of Enfield pics on his site with exactly the same principle as this; but manages to pull it off without making it look like a bodgit & scarper. Both have the same number of mods from standard there or thereabouts to this.

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Sep 10

Posts: 1323

SatNavSteve says:

You cannot be serious!!!!

I can see why there are Royal Enfield enthusiasts who want to buy the traditional style models, but this is an embarassment to the name. It looks like one of those montage photos made up of about 4 or 5 different bikes. The seat in particular looks like it was just taken from some totally unrelated bike. I really hope they don't import this model coz I wouldn't want them to be a laughing stock. Stick with what you already have, R.E. Its what you do best. Don't know about Fury, more like 'slightly irate'!!!!

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Sep 07

Posts: 6

jmee54 says:



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Feb 09

Posts: 515

RE Fury

Surely if it's aimed at the British market, it should be called "Mildly annoyed"? Of course, a properly hotted up version would be the "really quite upset now"............It would be better as a twin, but the styling is a little, erm, disjointed. Oh well, chocks away and good luck to them!


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Feb 08

Posts: 817

Andy949494 says:

Number Plate?

They haven't got a number plate on it yet. Wonder what awful thing they will put on...

BTW Agree with Billysollocks as to the name. "mildly annoyed" is a good name :-)

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Nov 10

Posts: 75

mozart says:

white, is definitely not the new black!!


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Oct 10

Posts: 9


Its a funny looking bike. I do like it. But sadly I do think Suz. Van Van when I see the wheels.

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Jan 08

Posts: 877

KimLondon says:

New Royal Enfiled Peeved.

Looks like a barrel-load of fun, should be cheap as chips to run as well. I'm kinda tempted as a London commuting too.

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Sep 09

Posts: 107

mickofield says:


That is one confused looking bike. Flat track style seat with "ape hanger" bars, 60s style Cafe racer megga and a weird headlight that looks like it doesn't belong! Enfield have lost it, the appeal of the other models was a retro look at a low price. If they must go "modern" at least choose ONE style to emulate.

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