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Royal Enfield Model K

"Borrowed" from a book by by Bob Currie Normally, the Model K had a hand-operated clutch, but if required it could be supplied with American-style controls including a foot clutch. In October 1938, Motor-Cycling road-tested the machine with a huge touring sidecar attached, and, with the chair occupied by a 14 stone passenger, the outfit clocked a respectable best-one-way speed of 62 mph, with a two-way mean of just over 58 mph. Fuel consumption was a bit disappointing, at 44 mpg on the open road.


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Category: Royal Enfield

Date Listed: 14 Feb 2005

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