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On September 7, 2017, 15 elite black-cat commandos (NSG commandos) went on an 8,000km expedition on the Royal Enfield Stealth Black Classic 500 motorcycles. The expedition was aimed to spread awareness among Indian citizens about terror.
The road trip was also to celebrate NSG's 33 years of service in fighting terror and service to the country. Now, Royal Enfield has announced the sale of its limited edition Stealth Black ridden by the NSG commandos and has called it as 'Tribute to the Bravehearts'.
The motorcycles will go on sale online from December 13, 2017. One can register new and express your interest beginning December 8, 2017. The proceeds of the from the sale will go Prerna, a not-for-profit initiative by the NSG for differently-abled children.
The sale will be on first come first serve basis due to the limited number of the special edition motorcycles. The price of the bikes has been fixed at Rs 1,90,000 including Goods and Service Tax (GST) as well as the transfer of registration, insurance and change in number plate particulars.
You can confirm the booking by making an advance payment at the website of Rs 15,000 (inclusive of GST) and is non-refundable. Upon receiving the booking amount, a unique transaction ID will be generated confirming the booking. For more details, you can click here.
Royal Enfield launched the Stealth Black Classic 500 in September 2017 with a price tag of Rs 2.05 lakh ex-showroom (Chennai). Mechanically, the Stealth Black is the same as the Classic 500 models.
A 499cc single-cylinder engine propels the motorcycle, churning out 27.2bhp and 41.3Nm of torque mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
It is indeed a unique and charitable initiative by Royal Enfield to give away the NSG commando ridden Stealth Black motorcycles.