The Classic 500 Squadron Blue is a tribute to Royal Enfield's association with the armed forces. The Indian Air Force started using Royal Enfield in the 1950's, most popularly used by the Air Force Police. The Classic 500 Squadron Blue takes inspiration from the post war design of the Royal Enfield motorcycles, while retaining the performance of a modern day machine. 

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500cc, single cylinder, 4 stroke, spark ignition, air cooled, OHV engine produces 41.3 Nm of torque.


Headlight casing features the “Tiger Eye Lamps” for the Bullet look. The headlamp is traditional but with a powerful halogen bulb to provide good illumination


Aesthetically designed short silencer for that 1950’s look. Available as an optional accessory for off-road use only.


Finely crafted tank with post war era graphics and thigh pads make for a vintage look.


Front: 19” Rear: 18”

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Bhaag Milkha Bhaag contest winner gets Royal Enfield Desert Storm used by Farhan Akhtar in film

Royal Enfield and Farhan Akhtar together celebrated the success of Bhaag Milkah Bhaag. The film, based on the life of sporting legend Milkha Singh has recently been declared tax free in both Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh and is expected to be a super hit, as it depicts the struggles and triumphs of Milkha Singh, a part played to perfection by Farhan Akhtar.

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Royal Enfield and Farhan Akhtar come together for ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ contest

Royal Enfield and Farhan Akhtar came together to celebrate the spirit of epic journeys that display courage, endurance and perseverance through the ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ contest that was held by Royal Enfield. The winner, Hamininder Singh from Srinagar, received the keys to the Royal Enfield Desert Storm motorcycle that was used by Farhan Akhtar in the recently released film ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’.

Royal Enfield’s ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ contest

Royal Enfield and actor Farhan Akhtar held a contest for their fans, wherein the winner was handed the keys to the very same Desert Storm ridden by the actor in his latest movie, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag.

Type :
Single cylinder, 4 stroke, spark ignition, air-cooled, fuel injection
Displacement :
Bore x stroke :
84mm x 90mm
Compression Ratio :
Maximum Power :
27.2 bhp @ 5250 rpm
Maximum Torque :
41.3 Nm @ 4000 rpm
Ignition System :
Digital Electronic Ignition
Clutch :
Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox :
5 Speed Constant Mesh
Lubrication :
Wet sump
Engine Oil :
15 W 50 API, SL Grade & above, JASO MA
Fuel Supply :
Electronic Fuel Injection
Air Cleaner :
Paper Element
Engine Start :

Type :
Single downtube, using engine as stressed member
Front suspension :
Telescopic, 35mm forks, 130mm travel
Rear suspension :
Twin gas charged shock absorbers with 5-step adjustable preload, 80mm travel

Wheelbase :
1380 mm
Ground Clearance :
135 mm
Length :
2140 mm
Width :
790 mm (without mirrors)
Height :
1090 mm (without mirrors)
Kerb Weight (with 90% Fuel ) :
196 kg (with 90% Fuel & Oil)
Fuel Capacity :
13.5 ltr

Tyres Fr. :
90/90 - 19
Tyres Rr. :
120/80 - 18
Brakes Front :
280mm Disc, 2-Piston caliper
Brakes Rear :
240 mm disc, single piston caliper

Electrical System :
12 volt - DC
Battery :
12 volt, 12 Ah
Head Lamp :
12V, 60 W / 55 W, HALOGEN
Tail lamp :
12V, P21/5W