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Hard To Belive: 15 Royal Enfield Sold Online In Just 15 Seconds

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Breaking All the record these 15 Royal Enfield were sold in seconds

15 Royal Enfield: Last October, 15 NSG Black Cat Commandos Embark on a ride Throughout India. The 40-day journey dubbed the ‘Ride Against Terror’, was held to observe the National Security Guard (NSG) finishing 33 decades of support and also to spread awareness regarding their role in combating terrorism. The steed of selection has been Royal Enfield’s recently launched Vintage 500 Stealth Black. An apt choice considering Royal Enfield’s longstanding relationship with the Indian Armed Forces. The Chennai-based bicycle maker was providing bikes into the Indian Army since 1955.

15 Royal Enfield

The Stealth Black variant becomes black color accents along with a back disk brake. Though the bikes ridden by the commandos were totally inventory, they did take NSG’s insignia to distinguish them from the normal bikes. The journey took 15 NSG Black Cat commandos around India covering 8,000 km in 40 days.

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In the conclusion of the journey, the 15 bikes were set up available on the internet with the target of donating the profits from the purchase to Prerna, a nonprofit initiative that can help teach underprivileged and differently-abled kids. Registrations for the internet sale started on December 8, 2017, together with the reservation amount for its Rs 1.9 lakh (ex-showroom) bike set at Rs 15,000.

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Regardless of the sale being organized at a first-come-first-serve foundation, Royal Enfield’s site saw over 2,000 registrations around five times! Together with the sale beginning at 12 pm on December 13, 2017, the 15 bicycles found new owners at a mere 15 minutes! The 15 owners are now able to get their hands on the bicycle at their regional dealership after paying the complete amount.

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