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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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speedo007

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speedo007 says:

Nice bike except for the big ugly FURY logo.

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boybilly1967

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boybilly1967 says:

Have to agree begrudgingly that it looks nice in a naff retro sort of way, apart from the silly name and out-sized logo.

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burningbush

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burningbush says:

Fury

Looks like a cross between my most wondrous R Enfield Bullet and the black Raleigh Chopper I had in the early 1980's! I'm a big fan of RE bikes but this doesn't float my boat at all, now if they brought out a big twin...then I'd get excited. And the logo is ridiculous!

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stolkien

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stolkien says:

looks like s???

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rgvyan

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rgvyan says:

@Paul49 "Are they allowed to knick BSA names? That bike was a masterpiece in its day."

They are if they did it first. BSA Fury = 1970. Original (good) Royal Enfield Fury = 1959

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sack1

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sack1 says:

@Paul49

I remember being interested in the BSA Fury when it was first leaked out. It had some nice design criteria but was stillborn before ever hitting the market. I think "masterpiece" would be pushing it.

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toadhancocks

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toadhancocks says:

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a rear tyre just a tad larger would completly improve the look of this bike i think,nice to see them doing something different

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antimagneto

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antimagneto says:

'According to the official press release the Fury will “appeal to a younger and more image-conscious customer base” than any other Enfield model' Where exactly, Bollywood? It doesn't even look safe, back brake lever won't go any higher as it's touching the frame and it will soon be touching tarmac too. The seat will add a whole new meaning to Delhi Bum, and will crack by the looks of it's mountings. Best kept for the home market methinks.

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IMB76

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IMB76 says:

I quite like it

For the right price I'd be tempted especially if the the second hand prices are as low as there other models I'll just have to wait and see ( I'd have to get rid of the silly name though).

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ghantaghar

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ghantaghar says:

someone lost his/her mind

Some freaking designer at RE lost his/her mind...and this is the output. Looks like he/she decided to chop off a TB and an Electra, add the Hero Honda Splendor silencer and create "FURY". Utter waste of time, money and energy...think something original. The chop shop guys in Tilaknagar, bangalore can do a better job.

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