Bike review: An affordable middle-weight retro cafe racer from Royal Enfield

The GT 650's reasonable price tag, sufficient power for Singapore roads, sporty handling and retro design are palatable traits.
The GT 650's reasonable price tag, sufficient power for Singapore roads, sporty handling and retro design are palatable traits.ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG

SINGAPORE - It does not have a cornering anti-lock braking system, different ride modes, a quickshifter or upside-down forks. Not even a digital clock.

But the 2021 Continental GT 650 from Royal Enfield - the world's oldest motorcycle maker, founded in 1901 - is still a winner in the cafe-racer segment because of its simplicity.

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