Last month Royal Enfield unveiled the Scram 411 – the brand’s first ADV crossover. The new Scram 411 is an engaging, accessible, and capable street scrambler, with the heart of an adventure motorcycle. What’s not to love about that? (I want one!) The Scram 411 is built on Royal Enfield’s proven 411cc single-cylinder engine platform, with focused and purposeful changes in the riding geometry and ergonomics making it ideal for in-city riding, as well as unpredictable, challenging trails off the urban grid.
The Scram 411 is scheduled to arrive in the U.S. in late summer/early fall. Pricing and colorways will be announced in the coming months…
ROYAL ENFIELD SCRAM 411 – DETAILS & SPECIFICATIONS
(directly from their press release)
The Scram 411 is powered by a 411cc, fuel-injected, 4-stroke, SOHC, air-cooled single-cylinder engine. The counterbalanced engine ensures smooth power delivery and strong bottom-end torque that elevates the overall performance. The wide spread of useable power makes it easy to manage over long urban commutes with minimum gear shifts, and the confidence-inspiring low-revving torque allows it to tackle bad road, and off-road sections easily.
With long travel suspension and monoshock design, together with class-leading 7.8 inches (200mm) of ground clearance, the Scram 411 delivers a smooth and comfortable ride. The telescopic front suspension with 41mm forks and 7.4 inches (190mm) travel, pairs with 7.0 inches (180mm) travel on the rear, where the link-mounted monoshock enables stable and confident riding over rough roads. Front and rear disc brakes combined with dual-channel ABS ensure confident braking.
The change in the riding geometry is brought about by the 19-inch front wheel and dual-purpose tire. This, combined with the 17-inch rear wheel, are key to the Scram 411 motorcycle’s nimble handling. The dual-purpose tires ensure a confident grip over tarmac and loose gravel for the ideal combination of on-road grip and rough-road tractability.
The seat on the new Scram 411 is designed for comfort over long saddle time. The single seat that reflects the urban styling of the motorcycle, offers great comfort for both rider and passenger. The accessible 31.2-inch (795mm) seat height enables easy reach to the ground, making it easy to maneuver in stop-and-go traffic.
The Scram 411 features a new digital-analog instrument cluster that provides easy access to essential information. Circumvented by a traditional analog speedometer, the Scram retains this classic style element, also making for easy viewing.
More details, information, and specifications on the North America-spec Royal Enfield Scram 411 ADV crossover motorcycle, including colorways, options, genuine accessories, and pricing, will be released in the coming months. U.S. arrival is anticipated in late summer/early spring.
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