2022 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Review 3
All 350cc bikes from the company will be based on the ‘J’ platform

The Royal Enfield Bobber 350 is likely to be launched by the end of 2022

Royal Enfield has a handful of new projects in its kitty, among which is a Bobber based on the new generation Classic 350.

According to recent developments, the 350cc bobber from the Bullet maker has been internally codenamed J1H. Being a bobber, it will only feature a single seat and a high-set handlebar.

Interestingly, it is said the Royal Enfield Bobber 350 will have white wall tyres! If it is indeed the case, that would be something. Since the bike will be based on the 2021 Classic 350, it should have similar switchgear and features as the entry-level cruiser.

Expected to be launched by the end of 2022, this would become the most expensive 350cc offering from the premium middleweight bike manufacturer.

Royal Enfield Bobber 350
In addition, Enfield is also developing the Scram 411, Super Meteor and the Himalayan 650

But that is not the only 350cc motorcycle that Royal Enfield will introduce to the market next year. The firm is known to be working on the Hunter 350 (code-name – J1C1) which will be a retro-style roadster.

In addition, another version of the Hunter, codenamed J1C2, likely to be a more stripped-down variant is also under development. When launched, this motorcycle should become Enfield’s most affordable offering in India.

And finally, there will be the new generation Bullet 350, which goes by the code-name J1B. It will replace the very popular current generation Bullet 350 and 350 ES.

All these motorcycles will see the light of day before the Bobber 350 is introduced to the market and should help the brand maintain its dominance in the segment that is set to get more crowded with the arrival of Yezdi motorcycles and more models from Honda.