Royal Enfield Clubman EFI
1st October 2009
Enfield have given their café racer-inspired
Clubman a welcome power boost and the option to carry
a passenger too.
Powered by the lighter and more efficient new 500cc
fuel injected unit construction engine, the Clubman
now produces 28 hp, while also meeting tough Euro
3 emissions requirements. The distinctive upswept
‘Gold Star’ style silencer fitted to the
right side, which is shorter and lighter than the
standard part, has been re-engineered to work in harmony
with the engine management unit, allowing the engine
to breathe more freely and creating a classic exhaust
With its 4.5-gallon hand-polished aluminium tank,
the Clubman immediately looks stylistically very different
from the road version of the Electra, on which it
is based, and this appearance is enhanced by the addition
of ‘ace’ drop handlebars, rear-set footrests
and a hand made fibreglass seat unit. The design team
paid particular attention to ergonomics so that the
riding position feels sportier, but does not sacrifice
comfort or cramp the rider.
Another new feature for 2009 is the re-designed solo
seat unit, which has a removable cowl that covers
the pillion seat. This was produced in response to
demand from customers who wanted to retain the Clubman’s
sporty appearance but also required passenger-carrying
The Royal Enfield Electra EFI sells for £4,999
on the road and the price includes a 2-year warranty.
For details call 01386 700907 or visit www.royal-enfield.com.