Beat that: 54 army men on a Royal Enfield Bullet Cast Iron 500
What happens when a bunch of bored airmen hanging around their hangars find a solitary Royal Enfield Bullet CI500 parked nearby? They all decide to go for a ride together, all 54 of them. The Indian Air Force station at Yelahanka, Bangalore, was witness to an awe inspiring display of sheer daredevilry and outstanding team work, when 54 brave and skilled men of the Indian Army Service Corps motorcycle display team rode on a solitary 500cc cast iron engined, Royal Enfield Bullet.
The Army team, called the ”Tornadoes”, broke the world record for the maximum number of people on a single motorcycle, by riding together for a distance of 1.1 km. This feat surpasses the previous world record achieved by another team of the Indian Army, where 48 men rode another Royal Enfield Bullet. Notably, the cast iron engine of the
Royal Enfield Bullet remained bone stock for the world record breaking feat. This is yet another feather in the Royal Enfield Bullet’s long and illustrious existence as India’s most iconic and recognizable motorcycle.