It's truly the inspiration that builds a motorcycle. And it certainly tells a story, perhaps known as history. As Royal Enfield, the world's oldest motorcycle manufacturer which is still in production develops such a piece of bi-wheeling again for the global market, you could imagine the path the firm had to travel.
The video attached here tells the motorcycle-story and the rebirth of a motorcycle class, cafe racer. The all new Continental GT is certainly an updated piece that stands up to the present generation motorcycles, but maintains the traditional beauty that a cafe racer should carry.
The Continental GT comes with a 535cc, Single Cylinder, 4 stroke, Air cooled engine, which is capable to deliver a max power of 29.1 bhp (21.4 kW) @ 5100 rpm and a max torque of 44 Nm @ 4000 rpm.
It's coupled with a 5 speed transmission. The bike has a top speed of 160 kmph.