The New Zealand Motorcycle Show returned to Auckland after a 3-year hiatus, and motorcyclists from all over NZ packed into The Trusts Arena in Auckland this past weekend gone. It was the first major motorcycle-related show in New Zealand in a long time…

It was the first major motorcycle-related show in New Zealand in a long time, with the last event in 2019 being the official NZ unveiling of the then all-new RE 650 Twins to the public.

It was the first major motorcycle-related show in New Zealand in a long time, with the last event in 2019 being the official NZ unveiling of the then all-new RE 650 Twins to the public.

Royal Enfield was front and centre with the largest stand at the show, providing support to this not-for-profit charity fundraising event held by Premier Events and the Papakura Rotary Club, where 100% of the show’s profits go back to the community including the National Burns Unit and Assisted Education Scholarships. From the new Classic & Meteor 350’s to the Himalayan and 650 Twins, all of the Royal Enfield models were on display for the public to view and experience. Front and centre at the Royal Enfield stand was the Royale Cars & Motorcycles “No. 55 GT 650 Production Racer” custom Continental GT 650 race bike.

“No. 55” was built by Royale Cars & Motorcycles in Hamilton for the recent Royal Enfield Australia & New Zealand Busted Knuckles Build-Off Competition and entered into the NZ Motorcycle’s bike comp in the “Competition Bike” category. Over 500 motorcycles from all brands entered into the competition side of the show for voting – from highly modified machines to stock standard classic bikes – and a large range of categories, prizes and trophies up for grabs, the awards are hotly contested.

“No. 55” was built by Royale Cars & Motorcycles in Hamilton for the recent Royal Enfield Australia & New Zealand Busted Knuckles Build-Off Competition and entered into the NZ Motorcycle’s bike comp.

“No. 55” was built by Royale Cars & Motorcycles in Hamilton for the recent Royal Enfield Australia & New Zealand Busted Knuckles Build-Off Competition and entered into the NZ Motorcycle’s bike comp.

With over 6200 people attending the event, Royal Enfield New Zealand say they are proud to announce that “No. 55” has received two awards in the event, taking out the top spot with the prestigious NZ Motorcycle Show “People’s Choice” Award as voted by the public and also gaining a podium 3rd in the expert’s choice “Competition Bike” category.

Royal Enfield said they would like to say a massive thank you to all the people that came to their stand and voted for the “No. 55 GT 650 Production Racer”. They said they look forward to supporting the next NZ Motorcycle show event in 2023. 

“No. 55” has received two awards in the event, taking out the top spot with the prestigious NZ Motorcycle Show “People’s Choice” Award as voted by the public.

“No. 55” has received two awards in the event, taking out the top spot with the prestigious NZ Motorcycle Show “People’s Choice” Award as voted by the public.

The awards gained at the 2022 NZ Motorcycle Show are indicative of the imagination, effort and care that the team at Royale Cars & Motorcycles have put into their build. As the build has just taken out both top spots in the Royal Enfield Australia & New Zealand Busted Knuckles Build-Off Competition: The Experts Choice and Peoples Choice awards.


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