Royal Enfield’s new Scram 411 is a mid-size scrambler bike with adventure riding in its DNA.
Royal Enfield presents its first ADV crossover motorcycle in the all-new Scram 411. Powered by a fuel-injected, air-cooled, 411 cc, single-cylinder engine, the Royal Enfield’s new crossover machine looks to have plenty of “go” for the daily commute and a good amount of “let’s do this” for exploring less than paved roads.
The Scram 411 houses its engine inside of a Harris Performance frame and employs a suspension assembly that consists of 41mm front telescopic forks and a rear link mounted mono-shock. The front end provides 7.8 inches of travel while the rear offers 7 inches of travel. Overall ground clearance is 7.8 inches.
That 7.8 inches of ground clearance is in part due to the 19-inch front and 17 inch rear wheels, dressed in dual-purpose tires. These wheel specs as well as the dual-channel ABS front and rear disc brake setup also contribute to the Scram 411’s handling on both the asphalt and off.
Other notable specs include an urban-styled single seat with room for both rider and passenger at a height of 31.2 inches. And there is a new digital and analog instrument cluster to display all vital bike information.
“Most scrambler motorcycles focus only on aesthetics and looks. When we began work on the Scram 411, we were determined to create a motorcycle that would be distinct in design and purpose, and bring the best of rough-road capability to urban riding. With its distinctive look and design, playful colorways, accessible riding proposition, the Scram 411 is an ultimate ADV crossover for the urban environment.” – Mark Wells, Chief of Design at Royal Enfield.
North America pricing and color options for the Royal Enfield Scram 411 will be released soon as the bike is expected to arrive in dealerships later this year.