Sold for £2,760
(including buyers premium)
Registration No: XUW 290
Frame No: 12717
Engine No: 4110
The first Royal Enfield motorcycle was built in 1901 by the Enfield Cycle Company of Redditch having previously manufactured bicycles, lawnmowers and stationary engines. Under various ownership, the name has continued through to the present day making it one of the longest-lasting names in the two-wheeled world. The 250cc single-cylinder Crusader was a very popular bike in its day and doubtless sparked the interest of many a future motorcyclist.
This attractive 250cc Crusader is presented in red and chrome and has been part of a small private collection for a number of years. In use up until recently, it will need some recommissioning before use but will make a very usable easy to maintain classic bike for vintage runs and rallies. It comes together with a number of receipts from Royal Enfield Specialist Hitchcocks Motorcycles of Solihull and a current V5C.
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