ROYAL ENFIELD have taken the covers of the Scram 411, the newest edition to their mid-size motorcycle line-up. It is also the brand’s first ADV crossover, a scrambler with the heart of an adventure bike.
The Scram 411 will be built on Royal Enfield’s proven LS-410 engine platform and a Harris Performance chassis, and combines spirited agility on urban streets, with competent rough-roading capabilities.
Focused and purposeful changes in the riding geometry and ergonomics make it ideal for city riding, as well as unpredictable, challenging trails off the grid. The Scram 411 is a new sub-species of the Himalayan – Royal Enfield’s first purpose-built, adventure tourer.
It has the authentic vibes of a scrambler and comes with built-in strong adventure DNA. The Scram 411 has been described by Eicher Motors (Royal Enfield’s parent brand) managing direct Siddhartha Lal as a bike made for now, that’s ready to tackle anything.
“Whether it’s London, New Delhi or Tokyo, the contours of modern urban existence are ever-changing,” he said.
“With our world increasingly becoming more fast-paced, life in the urban context has become about the weekday hustle and the weekend getaway, and everything in between,” he added.
“We wanted to build a motorcycle that could effortlessly navigate this entire gamut, and be the perfect ally for the young, modern day rider.”
According to the company’s head of APAC markets, Anuj Dua, the Scram 411 will find a sweet spot in the mid-size segment, positioned as both an everyday ride, and an adventure bike.
“The Scram 411 will be the perfect crossover for young city-dwellers who prefer a motorcycle that is fun and engaging to ride around the city, yet has a rugged appeal,” he said.
“Like all our motorcycles, the Scram 411 is built for the global rider, and manufactured with world class engineering. This is a very exciting and spirited new motorcycle, and we are confident that riders from across the world will love [it].”
The Scram 411 is distinct in its design and purpose, has a distinctive look and design, playful colourways, and accessible riding proposition. You can expect to see it in Australian and New Zealand dealerships by mid year. Pricing is yet to be determined.