There is nothing as British and enduring as the motorbike brand Royal Enfield. At White’s Bodyworks, we have a passion for classic motorbikes and when an iconic machine like this comes across our garage threshold we tend to get quite excited.
The Royal Enfield is essentially the biker’s motorbike and one which is still seen out and about on UK roads today. The simplicity of design and the unmistakable logo make it a popular vehicle among classic bike enthusiasts.
More About Royal Enfield
Royal Enfield is a brand associated with the Enfield Cycle Company that was founded way back in 1901. The bike was produced in large numbers during the First World War and from then it became associated as a military motorcycle.
In the post-war years, popularity for the bike grew until the Japanese motorcycle market took hold in the late 60s and 70s. The end of the British Royal Enfield came in 1970 with the closure of UK factories but the bike is still produced and is the only model to have spanned three different centuries (the first Royal Enfield was created in 1899).
What White’s Bodyworks Did
This particular model was brought to us for a strip down and repair. A lot of care and attention needs to be taken with any classic vehicle and this Royal Enfield was no different. It’s important to have the right expertise and facilities on site.
Fortunately, it’s something that White’s Bodyworks in West Sussex has more than enough of. We work closely with vintage bike owners to make sure they are kept fully informed about what we are doing. Whether it’s finding replacement parts or carrying out repairs, we give each job our full attention and work hard to deliver on our customer’s expectations.
If you have a vintage motorbike and need a renovation, restoration or repair, contact the team at White’s Bodyworks on 01273 933633.