Royal Enfield has announced the availability of the trials version of its updated Bullet Sixty-5 that was first shown at the NEC.
The Sixty-5 T proved so popular with Enfield fans at the show that the firm decided to put the bike in to full production and it is on sale now.
Styled like a 1950s trials bike, it gets the same engine as the Classic Bullet as well as the four-speed gearbox on the left rather than the right of the original bike.
But is has been modified in to a trials bike with knobbly tyres, aluminium bash plate and mudguards, a sprung seat, wide off-road bars and an up-swept exhaust.
The Sixty-5T weighs 160kg, makes 24bhp at 5400rpm and is available now from Watsonian-Squire for £3908otr.