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Royal Enfield is upgrading the Himalayan 2019 with ABS and a new color – “Sleet”.

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Royal Enfield improves the Himalayan for 2019 with ABS and a new range of colors – “Sleet”.

The popular adventure touring model, which was introduced in North America last year, now comes standard with ABS and a new, limited availability color Sleet. Dealers in the US and Canada have the new 2019 Himalayan available in the showrooms from April.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate NEW LEAD Bodypic

the Himalayan Motorrad made a strong debut in North America last year. The ABS upgrade and new color come right on time for the start of the riding season and an ongoing craze for the brand’s first adventure motorcycle.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 4

The colors Snow and Granite will continue to be available in 2019, while the new color Sleet will have limited availability.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 3

Prices for 2019 Himalayan with ABS at MSRP: $ 4749.

All models in Royal Enfields current lineup 2019 now has standard ABS:

Classic 500 Military – Battle Green, Desert Storm, and Squadron Blue – $ 5,699
Classic Standard – Black and Lagoon – $ 5,599
Classic chrome – black, green, and graphite – $ 5,799
Classic Gun Metal Gray – $ 5,699
Classic Stealth $ 5,799

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 2

Above Royal Enfield

The oldest motorcycle company in the world in continuous production, Royal Enfield made his first motorcycle in 1901. A division of Eicher Motors Limited, Royal Enfield has created the mid-size motorcycle segment in India with its unique and distinctive modern classic motorcycles. With its manufacturing base in Chennai, India, Royal Enfield has been able to rapidly increase production against the increasing demand for its motorcycles. Royal Enfield is a leading player in the global mid-weight motorcycle market.

And be sure to stop by ours ADVMoto Instagram and watch our team unpack a new one Royal EnfHimalaya fieldn in “glacier”.

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Do you have what it takes to be ABR Photographer of the Year?

Are you able to take photos with jaws dropping to the floor and eyes widening? This makes bikers drop everything in order to drive around the world and send wanderlust through the most stubborn couch potatoes.

This is your moment. You could be the next ABR photographer of the year.

It’s time to search your archives for your best snapshots from the past 12 months.

You know them. The recordings you keep on your phone to show your friends when they ask what you’ve been up to over the summer. The recordings that induce other two-wheeled travelers ask you to unravel your secrets.

Wherever you have been this year, whether you have traveled through far-flung landscapes, explored your home continent or even found the perfect place two minutes further, we want your best snapshots in the Adventure Bike Rider Photo from. see the annual competition.

It runs until November 5th when eleven finalists are selected to display their pictures on the ABR 2022 calendar, which goes to thousands of adventure bikers waiting to proudly display them on the walls of garages, offices and kitchens present.

One of these eleven finalists will be named ABR Photographer of the Year.

So enter

Send your entries to [email protected] to be submitted by November 5th with the subject ‘Photo of the year 2021’. The number of entries is not limited, but you are got to be the photographer and own the copyright in the image. Please make sure you are sending the highest resolution image you have.

Each winner will receive a calendar, an ABR t-shirt and an ABR Digital Library membership.

The photographer behind the best photo will also receive two full VIP passes for the ABR festival and the ultimate ABR bundle; including a copy of the calendar, ABR t-shirt, mug, cap, and membership of the ABR Digital Library. Last year’s winner also featured it on the cover of the November / December issue of. made APR Magazine.

Good luck and start snapping!

So what are we looking for?

Here are some examples of last year’s winners, along with the featured image of this article to give you an idea. Much luck…

Credit: The world turns as fast as we ride

Credit: Gilbert Vane

Terms and Conditions:

  • By submitting your photo to the Adventure Bike Rider Photograph of the Year 2021 competition, you are consenting to your photo (if selected) being printed in 2022 APR calendar
  • We will contact the winners directly after the competition has ended for further written permission to use their images
  • By submitting your photo, you also agree that Adventure Bike Rider as well as festival sponsors and partners may use your photos elsewhere, including (but not limited to) our website and our social media pages, with the owner at all the full Recognition is due
  • All finalists will receive a copy of the calendar, ABR stickers and a free digital ABR membership
  • The overall winner wins these plus two full VIP weekend tickets to the ABR Festival (including entry on Thursday evening and access to the trail) and an ABR mug, cap and t-shirt
  • Prizes cannot be exchanged for cash
  • The competition runs until November 5th, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

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Royal Enfield is upgrading the Himalayan 2019 with ABS and a new color – “Sleet”.

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Royal Enfield improves the Himalayan for 2019 with ABS and a new range of colors – “Sleet”.

The popular adventure touring model, which was introduced in North America last year, now comes standard with ABS and a new, limited availability color Sleet. Dealers in the US and Canada have the new 2019 Himalayan available in the showrooms from April.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate NEW LEAD Bodypic

the Himalayan Motorrad made a strong debut in North America last year. The ABS upgrade and new color come right on time for the start of the riding season and an ongoing craze for the brand’s first adventure motorcycle.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 4

The colors Snow and Granite will continue to be available in 2019, while the new color Sleet will have limited availability.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 3

Prices for 2019 Himalayan with ABS at MSRP: $ 4749.

All models in Royal Enfields current lineup 2019 now has standard ABS:

Classic 500 Military – Battle Green, Desert Storm, and Squadron Blue – $ 5,699
Classic Standard – Black and Lagoon – $ 5,599
Classic chrome – black, green, and graphite – $ 5,799
Classic Gun Metal Gray – $ 5,699
Classic Stealth $ 5,799

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 2

Above Royal Enfield

The oldest motorcycle company in the world in continuous production, Royal Enfield made his first motorcycle in 1901. A division of Eicher Motors Limited, Royal Enfield has created the mid-size motorcycle segment in India with its unique and distinctive modern classic motorcycles. With its manufacturing base in Chennai, India, Royal Enfield has been able to rapidly increase production against the increasing demand for its motorcycles. Royal Enfield is a leading player in the global mid-weight motorcycle market.

And be sure to stop by ours ADVMoto Instagram and watch our team unpack a new one Royal EnfHimalaya fieldn in “glacier”.

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Do you have what it takes to be ABR Photographer of the Year?

Are you able to take photos with jaws dropping to the floor and eyes widening? This makes bikers drop everything in order to drive around the world and send wanderlust through the most stubborn couch potatoes.

This is your moment. You could be the next ABR photographer of the year.

It’s time to search your archives for your best snapshots from the past 12 months.

You know them. The recordings you keep on your phone to show your friends when they ask what you’ve been up to over the summer. The recordings that induce other two-wheeled travelers ask you to unravel your secrets.

Wherever you have been this year, whether you have traveled through far-flung landscapes, explored your home continent or even found the perfect place two minutes further, we want your best snapshots in the Adventure Bike Rider Photo from. see the annual competition.

It runs until November 5th when eleven finalists are selected to display their pictures on the ABR 2022 calendar, which goes to thousands of adventure bikers waiting to proudly display them on the walls of garages, offices and kitchens present.

One of these eleven finalists will be named ABR Photographer of the Year.

So enter

Send your entries to [email protected] to be submitted by November 5th with the subject ‘Photo of the year 2021’. The number of entries is not limited, but you are got to be the photographer and own the copyright in the image. Please make sure you are sending the highest resolution image you have.

Each winner will receive a calendar, an ABR t-shirt and an ABR Digital Library membership.

The photographer behind the best photo will also receive two full VIP passes for the ABR festival and the ultimate ABR bundle; including a copy of the calendar, ABR t-shirt, mug, cap, and membership of the ABR Digital Library. Last year’s winner also featured it on the cover of the November / December issue of. made APR Magazine.

Good luck and start snapping!

So what are we looking for?

Here are some examples of last year’s winners, along with the featured image of this article to give you an idea. Much luck…

Credit: The world turns as fast as we ride

Credit: Gilbert Vane

Terms and Conditions:

  • By submitting your photo to the Adventure Bike Rider Photograph of the Year 2021 competition, you are consenting to your photo (if selected) being printed in 2022 APR calendar
  • We will contact the winners directly after the competition has ended for further written permission to use their images
  • By submitting your photo, you also agree that Adventure Bike Rider as well as festival sponsors and partners may use your photos elsewhere, including (but not limited to) our website and our social media pages, with the owner at all the full Recognition is due
  • All finalists will receive a copy of the calendar, ABR stickers and a free digital ABR membership
  • The overall winner wins these plus two full VIP weekend tickets to the ABR Festival (including entry on Thursday evening and access to the trail) and an ABR mug, cap and t-shirt
  • Prizes cannot be exchanged for cash
  • The competition runs until November 5th, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

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Royal Enfield is upgrading the Himalayan 2019 with ABS and a new color – “Sleet”.

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Royal Enfield improves the Himalayan for 2019 with ABS and a new range of colors – “Sleet”.

The popular adventure touring model, which was introduced in North America last year, now comes standard with ABS and a new, limited availability color Sleet. Dealers in the US and Canada have the new 2019 Himalayan available in the showrooms from April.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate NEW LEAD Bodypic

the Himalayan Motorrad made a strong debut in North America last year. The ABS upgrade and new color come right on time for the start of the riding season and an ongoing craze for the brand’s first adventure motorcycle.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 4

The colors Snow and Granite will continue to be available in 2019, while the new color Sleet will have limited availability.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 3

Prices for 2019 Himalayan with ABS at MSRP: $ 4749.

All models in Royal Enfields current lineup 2019 now has standard ABS:

Classic 500 Military – Battle Green, Desert Storm, and Squadron Blue – $ 5,699
Classic Standard – Black and Lagoon – $ 5,599
Classic chrome – black, green, and graphite – $ 5,799
Classic Gun Metal Gray – $ 5,699
Classic Stealth $ 5,799

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 2

Above Royal Enfield

The oldest motorcycle company in the world in continuous production, Royal Enfield made his first motorcycle in 1901. A division of Eicher Motors Limited, Royal Enfield has created the mid-size motorcycle segment in India with its unique and distinctive modern classic motorcycles. With its manufacturing base in Chennai, India, Royal Enfield has been able to rapidly increase production against the increasing demand for its motorcycles. Royal Enfield is a leading player in the global mid-weight motorcycle market.

And be sure to stop by ours ADVMoto Instagram and watch our team unpack a new one Royal EnfHimalaya fieldn in “glacier”.

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Triumph reveals more about the all-new Tiger 1200. with shaft drive

Triumph has released a few more pictures of the new Tiger 1200 in action and at the same time revealed more about what we can expect from the big adventure bike.

The Tiger is still in its final prototype testing phase, and the Hinckley-based maker is keeping its cards close to its chest for the time being when it comes to full specs. But the new photos show it being ridden and leaping in a rage in what looks like Triumph’s Adventure Center in Swansea.

In addition to the pictures, the manufacturer teased us with a few more references to the big adventure bike. This includes performance statistics and a nod to the bike it sees as the Tiger’s closest competition.

What else do we know?

The first thing to confirm is that the new bike, like the previous model, is driven by a shaft. This means that the new Tiger 1200 will once again be joined by the BMW R 1250 GS as the only other large displacement adventure motorcycle on the market (production of the Yamaha Super Ténéré ceased in 2021) that will prove popular with those looking for a faff-free alternative to clutter and chain drives .

But that’s not all. Although the Hinckley-based maker didn’t mention BMW by name, it teased that the Tiger will “deliver more power and character than its closest competition, the only other shaft-driven bike in its class.”

Character is hardly a quantifiable statistic, but power is. That means we expect the new bike to deliver more than the 136 hp than the GS.

Of course, horsepower isn’t everything when it comes to engines, and Triumph has confirmed that the 1200 will feature the T-Plane crankshaft already found on the new Tiger 900 range of motorcycles.

This was a new introduction for the Tiger range in 2019. Triumph claimed it improved the character of its engines, delivered a better soundtrack from the exhaust, and also brought the low torque of a two-cylinder engine.

I rode both of them Tiger 900 Rally Pro and Tiger 850 Sportthat are equipped with the T-Plane crank over the past two years and both bikes deliver tons of torque and a crisp sound from the bottom line. With that experience in mind, I’m pretty excited to see how the approach works in an even bigger engine.

When can we expect the new Tiger 1200 in the UK?

Tiger 1200

We’re not sure when we’ll see the new yet triumph Tiger 1200 at UK dealers.

However, we keep our fingers crossed that we can throw our legs over the new adventure bike at the end of the year or the beginning of 2022. APR Subscribers will be the first to hear our full review and verdict.

For now, subscribe to the ABR bulletin to the right of this page (or below if you’re on phone) for weekly updates, news, riding inspiration, and more from the world of adventure cycling.

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Royal Enfield is upgrading the Himalayan 2019 with ABS and a new color – “Sleet”.

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Royal Enfield improves the Himalayan for 2019 with ABS and a new range of colors – “Sleet”.

The popular adventure touring model, which was introduced in North America last year, now comes standard with ABS and a new, limited availability color Sleet. Dealers in the US and Canada have the new 2019 Himalayan available in the showrooms from April.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate NEW LEAD Bodypic

the Himalayan Motorrad made a strong debut in North America last year. The ABS upgrade and new color come right on time for the start of the riding season and an ongoing craze for the brand’s first adventure motorcycle.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 4

The colors Snow and Granite will continue to be available in 2019, while the new color Sleet will have limited availability.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 3

Prices for 2019 Himalayan with ABS at MSRP: $ 4749.

All models in Royal Enfields current lineup 2019 now has standard ABS:

Classic 500 Military – Battle Green, Desert Storm, and Squadron Blue – $ 5,699
Classic Standard – Black and Lagoon – $ 5,599
Classic chrome – black, green, and graphite – $ 5,799
Classic Gun Metal Gray – $ 5,699
Classic Stealth $ 5,799

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 2

Above Royal Enfield

The oldest motorcycle company in the world in continuous production, Royal Enfield made his first motorcycle in 1901. A division of Eicher Motors Limited, Royal Enfield has created the mid-size motorcycle segment in India with its unique and distinctive modern classic motorcycles. With its manufacturing base in Chennai, India, Royal Enfield has been able to rapidly increase production against the increasing demand for its motorcycles. Royal Enfield is a leading player in the global mid-weight motorcycle market.

And be sure to stop by ours ADVMoto Instagram and watch our team unpack a new one Royal EnfHimalaya fieldn in “glacier”.

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Triumph reveals more about the all-new Tiger 1200. with shaft drive

Triumph has released a few more pictures of the new Tiger 1200 in action and at the same time revealed more about what we can expect from the big adventure bike.

The Tiger is still in its final prototype testing phase, and the Hinckley-based maker is keeping its cards close to its chest for the time being when it comes to full specs. But the new photos show it being ridden and leaping in a rage in what looks like Triumph’s Adventure Center in Swansea.

In addition to the pictures, the manufacturer teased us with a few more references to the big adventure bike. This includes performance statistics and a nod to the bike it sees as the Tiger’s closest competition.

What else do we know?

The first thing to confirm is that the new bike, like the previous model, is driven by a shaft. This means that the new Tiger 1200 will once again be joined by the BMW R 1250 GS as the only other large displacement adventure motorcycle on the market (production of the Yamaha Super Ténéré ceased in 2021) that will prove popular with those looking for a faff-free alternative to clutter and chain drives .

But that’s not all. Although the Hinckley-based maker didn’t mention BMW by name, it teased that the Tiger will “deliver more power and character than its closest competition, the only other shaft-driven bike in its class.”

Character is hardly a quantifiable statistic, but power is. That means we expect the new bike to deliver more than the 136 hp than the GS.

Of course, horsepower isn’t everything when it comes to engines, and Triumph has confirmed that the 1200 will feature the T-Plane crankshaft already found on the new Tiger 900 range of motorcycles.

This was a new introduction for the Tiger range in 2019. Triumph claimed it improved the character of its engines, delivered a better soundtrack from the exhaust, and also brought the low torque of a two-cylinder engine.

I rode both of them Tiger 900 Rally Pro and Tiger 850 Sportthat are equipped with the T-Plane crank over the past two years and both bikes deliver tons of torque and a crisp sound from the bottom line. With that experience in mind, I’m pretty excited to see how the approach works in an even bigger engine.

When can we expect the new Tiger 1200 in the UK?

Tiger 1200

We’re not sure when we’ll see the new yet triumph Tiger 1200 at UK dealers.

However, we keep our fingers crossed that we can throw our legs over the new adventure bike at the end of the year or the beginning of 2022. APR Subscribers will be the first to hear our full review and verdict.

For now, subscribe to the ABR bulletin to the right of this page (or below if you’re on phone) for weekly updates, news, riding inspiration, and more from the world of adventure cycling.

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Royal Enfield is upgrading the Himalayan 2019 with ABS and a new color – “Sleet”.

Posted in News

Royal Enfield improves the Himalayan for 2019 with ABS and a new range of colors – “Sleet”.

The popular adventure touring model, which was introduced in North America last year, now comes standard with ABS and a new, limited availability color Sleet. Dealers in the US and Canada have the new 2019 Himalayan available in the showrooms from April.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate NEW LEAD Bodypic

the Himalayan Motorrad made a strong debut in North America last year. The ABS upgrade and new color come right on time for the start of the riding season and an ongoing craze for the brand’s first adventure motorcycle.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 4

The colors Snow and Granite will continue to be available in 2019, while the new color Sleet will have limited availability.

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 3

Prices for 2019 Himalayan with ABS at MSRP: $ 4749.

All models in Royal Enfields current lineup 2019 now has standard ABS:

Classic 500 Military – Battle Green, Desert Storm, and Squadron Blue – $ 5,699
Classic Standard – Black and Lagoon – $ 5,599
Classic chrome – black, green, and graphite – $ 5,799
Classic Gun Metal Gray – $ 5,699
Classic Stealth $ 5,799

RoyalEnfiled Himalayan ABS slate 2

Above Royal Enfield

The oldest motorcycle company in the world in continuous production, Royal Enfield made his first motorcycle in 1901. A division of Eicher Motors Limited, Royal Enfield has created the mid-size motorcycle segment in India with its unique and distinctive modern classic motorcycles. With its manufacturing base in Chennai, India, Royal Enfield has been able to rapidly increase production against the increasing demand for its motorcycles. Royal Enfield is a leading player in the global mid-weight motorcycle market.

And be sure to stop by ours ADVMoto Instagram and watch our team unpack a new one Royal EnfHimalaya fieldn in “glacier”.

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Triumph reveals more about the all-new Tiger 1200. with shaft drive

Triumph has released a few more pictures of the new Tiger 1200 in action and at the same time revealed more about what we can expect from the big adventure bike.

The Tiger is still in its final prototype testing phase, and the Hinckley-based maker is keeping its cards close to its chest for the time being when it comes to full specs. But the new photos show it being ridden and leaping in a rage in what looks like Triumph’s Adventure Center in Swansea.

In addition to the pictures, the manufacturer teased us with a few more references to the big adventure bike. This includes performance statistics and a nod to the bike it sees as the Tiger’s closest competition.

What else do we know?

The first thing to confirm is that the new bike, like the previous model, is driven by a shaft. This means that the new Tiger 1200 will once again be joined by the BMW R 1250 GS as the only other large displacement adventure motorcycle on the market (production of the Yamaha Super Ténéré ceased in 2021) that will prove popular with those looking for a faff-free alternative to clutter and chain drives .

But that’s not all. Although the Hinckley-based maker didn’t mention BMW by name, it teased that the Tiger will “deliver more power and character than its closest competition, the only other shaft-driven bike in its class.”

Character is hardly a quantifiable statistic, but power is. That means we expect the new bike to deliver more than the 136 hp than the GS.

Of course, horsepower isn’t everything when it comes to engines, and Triumph has confirmed that the 1200 will feature the T-Plane crankshaft already found on the new Tiger 900 range of motorcycles.

This was a new introduction for the Tiger range in 2019. Triumph claimed it improved the character of its engines, delivered a better soundtrack from the exhaust, and also brought the low torque of a two-cylinder engine.

I rode both of them Tiger 900 Rally Pro and Tiger 850 Sportthat are equipped with the T-Plane crank over the past two years and both bikes deliver tons of torque and a crisp sound from the bottom line. With that experience in mind, I’m pretty excited to see how the approach works in an even bigger engine.

When can we expect the new Tiger 1200 in the UK?

Tiger 1200

We’re not sure when we’ll see the new yet triumph Tiger 1200 at UK dealers.

However, we keep our fingers crossed that we can throw our legs over the new adventure bike at the end of the year or the beginning of 2022. APR Subscribers will be the first to hear our full review and verdict.

For now, subscribe to the ABR bulletin to the right of this page (or below if you’re on phone) for weekly updates, news, riding inspiration, and more from the world of adventure cycling.