The Royal Enfield Story

The first Royal Enfield motorcycle is produced in 1901. Designed by R. W. Smith and Frenchman Jules Gotiet, it has a 1 1/2 hp Minerva engine mounted in front of the steering head. The final drive is at the rear wheel by means of a long rawhide belt. in 1914 Royal Enfield’s first 2-stroke motorcycle goes into full production. As Britain becomes more deeply involved in World War I, production ceases on all other Royal Enfield motorcycles barring this machine and the company’s biggest motorcycle, the 770cc 6 hp V-twin. Learn more here..

Today, Royal Enfield Dublin is currently situated within the massive showroom at Bikeworld, conveniently located on the Longmile Road in Dublin. Bikeworld is the home to many of the top motorcycle and scooter manufactures.

The Range


Classic 350

Hunter 350

Hunter 350

Himalayan 400

Bullet 500

Interceptor 650

Continental GT 650

Meteor 350

Meteor 350