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Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 motorbike

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Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650

The Super Meteor 650 motorcycle injects a new level of character, style and accessibility into the cruiser category. With six decades of refinement, Royal Enfield has produced a bike so good; it will attract more riders to the cruiser market.

Featuring the same 648cc twin-engine as the Interceptor and Continental, the Super Meteor is equally at home running around town as it is at high speeds on the motorways. The motorcycle has confidence-inspiring stability thanks to its steel spine frame developed in collaboration with Harris Performance.

Designed with cruising at the forefront, the Super Meteor is comfortable. The low-slung seat, forward-mounted footrests, and wide touring-style handlebars allow you to sit in a relaxed, upright stance and enjoy the open road.


  • A2 Complaint 648cc air-oil cooled parallel twin engine, offers seamless gear transitions, strong low-end acceleration and an effortless throttle response.
  • A low-set, wide seat and a laid back riding stance make cruising a comfortable experience, no matter how long your ride.
  • Retro-inspired instrument panel with a floating LCD screen and built-in Tripper navigation delivers all the information you need.
  • New, nostalgic LED headlamp increases visibility whilst reducing power usage.
  • Spacious, teardrop tank can carry enough fuel for the longest of rides.
  • Upside-down forks on the front suspension give complete confidence and control on open highways, crowded streets and everything in between.
  • Striking alloy wheels with tubeless tyres make sure nothing can puncture your plans, while a wider rear tyre ensures improved traction and stability.




Type / cooling Parallel twin, 4 Stroke, SOHC, Air/Oil Cooled
Capacity 648 cc
Bore x Stroke 78 mm x 67.8 mm
Compression Ratio 9.5 : 1
Max Power 34.6 kW (47PS) @ 7250 rpm
Max Torque 52.3 Nm @ 5650 rpm
Top speed 100 mph (160 km/h)
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Transmission 6 gears constant mesh
Consumption/ emissions standard TBC, Euro 5
CO2 emissions 99 g/km
Noise emissions 76.3 dB(A) @ 3050 rpm


LxWxH (without mirror) 2260 mm x 890 mm x 1155 mm  
Ground clearance 135 mm
Wheelbase 1500 mm
Seat height 740 mm
Kerb weight 241 kg
Tank capacity 15.7 ltrs


Design type Steel Tubular Spine Frame
Front Wheel 100/90-19 M/C 57H (Tubeless Type)
Rear Wheel 150/80 B16 M/C 71H (Tubeless Type)
Front Suspension 43mm Upside Down Telescopic Fork, 120mm Travel
Rear Suspension Twin Shocks, 101mm travel, preloaded adjustable
ABS Dual Channel
Front Brake Single 320mm disc, twin piston floating calliper
Rear Brake Single 300mm disc twin piston floating calliper


3 Years Warranty and Road Side Assistance


Super Meteor 650 Video

Royal Enfield has a long history of building cruiser bikes, from Lightnings to Thunderbirds. However, the Super Meteor 650 is designed from a clean sheet of paper. Everything is new except for the 650 twin engine. Although this has been remapped and features a new air intake and exhaust to suit a cruiser bike.