Royal Enfield has trademarked the Goan Classic 350 name in India. It is yet to be seen which bike will use this moniker, the presence of the “Classic 350” name suggests that Royal Enfield suggests that this name will be given to a special edition of the classic 350.
Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350 – Additional information
The Goan Classic 350 seems to derive its name from Goa, the ultimate fun destination of India. This also suits well since Royal Enfield has its Garage cafe and celebrates its annual motorbike festival, Motoverse or Rider Mania, in Goa as well.
Also, the bike will likely also get some new paint schemes along with customized decals and rumours have it that, the upcoming Goan classic 350 will potentially be the upcoming bobber variant of the regular classic 350, although that seems unlikely since the brand never used an existing brand name for a new model.
Since the name itself strongly suggests that the upcoming Goan Classic 350 is a special edition model which might get decals and graphics giving out Goa’s funky and vibrant vibes, the engine and underpinnings are expected to remain the same. Going forward with that, the motorcycle will use a 349 cc, air/oil-cooled unit that will make 20.2 hp at 6,100 RPM and 27 Nm at 4,000 RPM and will be paired with a 5-speed gearbox.