When making a long-distance road trip Royal Enfield Himalaya When Meteor 350 It’s not the first motorcycle that comes to mind.However, both models have a reliable sampler Enfield-Supported roadside assistance to back them up. Baby cruisers and ADVs are well prepared to get there, but there is no storage space for long journeys.
There, German gear supplier Hepco & Becker will intervene to offer multiple luggage options to the smaller caliber Enfields. Starting in the Himalayas, the H & B catalog includes C-Bow side carriers for € 140 ($ 165) or perpetual options for € 210 ($ 248). The top case mount consists of an Alurack unit for € 130 ($ 153) and an Easyrack top case carrier for € 160 ($ 189).
Once the Himalayas are equipped with the appropriate rack system, users can add a variety of pannier options. Royster Bags represents Hepco & Becker’s soft luggage category with a retail price of € 250 (US $ 295). Those who are biased towards plastic will want to buy an Orbit side case for € 350 (US $ 414). The explorer side case and top case, on the other hand, please the aluminum crowd.
Unlike the Himalayas, Royal Enfield’s new cruiser platform, the Meteor 350, is not suitable for such a wide range of luggage options. Instead, Hepco & Becker keeps the C-Bow carrier simple at € 180-200 (US $ 213-236) and the simple rear rack at € 170 ($ 201). Legacy Courier bags, which can only be mounted on C-Bow racks, range from € 160 to € 470 ($ 189 to $ 556), and the rugged leather bag family has a price tag of € 690 ($ 816). Legacy Luggage has two different color options, and Rugged has brown, rugged and sand brown finishes.
Royal Enfield’s Himalayan and Meteor 350 may not be at the top of the Grand Tourer list, but with the help of Hepco & Becker, they are viable long-distance options.
https://www./news/524850/royal-enfield-himalayan-meteor-baggage/?utm_source=RSS&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=RSS-all-news Royal Enfield Himalayan and Meteor 350 Get New Luggage Options