Royal Enfield Scram 411 Spied
It will be rather interesting to see how the motorcycle performs as a street bike

The Royal Enfield Scram has been recently spied in Goa

The Royal Enfield Scram has been spied yet again. This time around, the upcoming motorcycle was seen in Goa where it was used to film a television commercial.

This road-oriented version of the Himalayan adventure motorcycle (ADV) from Royal Enfield, which is set to be launched soon, visually looks lighter when compared with the ADV model.

In comparison to the Himalayan, the recently spied Royal Enfield Scram has a smaller front wheel, a repositioned headlamp with different panels and handguards, up front.

It misses out on a high-set front mudguard, and a flyscreen, while along the sides, the motorcycle does not have front jerry can mounts, but does feature new tank extensions.

At the back, the Scram has a simple grab rail for the pillion passenger to hold onto, new mudguard and number plate holder. The indicators have also been repositioned on the motorcycle.

Royal Enfield Scram Spied
Several new models are entering the 300-500cc segment these days

Still equipped with rubber worthy to tackle the rough stuff, the upcoming bike has a different instrument cluster, which seems to be borrowed from the Meteor 350.

As per our sources, the Scram is said to be 5 kg lighter than the Himalayan thanks to all these changes. It should handle better thanks to reduced bulk and a smaller (compared to the Himalayan) front wheel.

Judging by the colour of the tank extension and the shade in which the mudguards have been painted, it is evident that Royal Enfield has chosen a dual tone paint scheme for the Scram.

Although the bike seems to have suspension that is better tuned for road use, it does have the same 411cc motor putting out 24.3 BHP and 32 Nm, while being teamed to a 5-speed gearbox. Similarly, the Scram should borrow the braking hardware from the Himalayan too.

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