Royal Enfield Bullet 350




Make Model

Royal Enfield Bullet 350


1965 -


Four Stroke, single Cylinder,  OHV, SI Engine, Twinspark


346 cc / 21.1 cu-in
Bore x Stroke 70 x 90 mm
Cooling System Air Cooled
Compression Ratio 6.5:1


Amal Monobloc


Breaker & coil
Starting Kick

Max Power

21 hp 15.3 kW @ 5250 rpm

Max Torque

28 Nm / 15.4 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm
Clutch Multi-plate, wet


4 Speed 
Final Drive Chain
Frame Welded steel

Front Suspension

Telescopic fork

Rear Suspension

Swing arm w/2 dampers

Front Brakes

Twin lead internal expanding drum breake

Rear Brakes

Foot operated, 153 mm drum

Front Tyre

3.25 - 19

Rear Tyre

3.25 - 19
Dimensions Length 2140 mm / 84.2 in
Width 800 mm / 31.5 in
Height 1030 mm / 40.5 in
Wheelbase 1370 mm / 53.9 in
Seat Height 800 mm / 31.5 in

Wet Weight

180 kg / 416.6 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

13.5 Litres / 3.5 US gal

The legendary Bullet 350 need no introduction. Now Bullet 350 is with all new UCE engine.  
This classic machine has kept place with advances in engineering and ergonomics without diluting its impeccable pedigree.   
A long wheel base and bigger tyres provide increased stability and road grip, making it ideal for long distance travel. 
Its aristocartic black & gold livery and thumping engine beat remind passers by that they are in the presence of automotive royalty.

Royal Enfield introduced the 350cc and 500cc single-cylinder Bullet line in 1948, and while many changes were made in the interim, including a change of ownership of the company, the Royal Enfield Bullet has the unique distinction of being the longest-running motorcycle model still in production today. The Bullet was built in Royal Enfield's Redditch, England factory from 1948 until the company was sold to Madras Motors of india in 1970. All production was then moved to Mumbai where Royal Enfield Bullets are still built to this day. Interestingly, they've changed very little. They still look very much the same way they did in 1960. All twin-cylinder production was dropped.