I had the good luck to drive a rented Royal Enfield 350 cc Bullet on my six month India and Sri Lanka holiday right after graduation. I really fell in love with the new model, sorry the phone's battery was empty and i could only get a shot of the "one seat teaser." Now you can buy a 500 cc with fuel injection for 178,000 baht. It's not a Harley, but it would be good enough to give me "the kick." It seems to be a much better deal than two freaking scooters to me. I saw them at the Big C downtown a week ago and might buy one if it turns out that there'll be parts available as well. The front fender is really made out of good metal and all in all, it looked quite good. It wasn't that bad that the Brits introduced their bikes to India, even when Mahatma Gandhi had a different opinion. Perhaps, he's only sick and tired of fatty Fish n' Chips? Should anybody out there have some more and reliable information about the Enfields, I'd be more than happy to know if it would be a good deal to buy one. The ones in India had the rear break pedal on the left side, these bikes are "normal." It's completely different when you're switching gears with your right leg while you hit a calf. Only the bike was damaged a bit, but it was very close to end up badly. The break pedal hit a tree trunk and only god knows why i had my foot off at the time of the impact. Good luck that i was able to drive away before the Lynch Mob caught me. Any input is deeply appreciated.