Zane flew down to Melbourne to check out the entire 2023 Royal Enfield range. Watch the video below to see what he thought about the whole range and what his favourite machine was...

There’s no better way to find your perfect fit than riding multiple machines on the same day. Royal Enfield threw a Ride The Range day where I found my perfect fit and enjoyed a wide range of bikes from cruiser to adventure. Check out my quick spins of the 2023 range…


Read Zane’s full review here…


The 2023 Range Final Verdict
Royal Enfield continue to impress me as their range expands yearly. This ride made it clear that no matter what RE you choose, you’re going to get an easy to ride, reliable and, most importantly, a cool looking bike for next to nothing.

"This ride made it clear that no matter what RE you choose, you’re going to get an easy to ride, reliable and, most importantly, a cool looking bike for next to nothing."

“This ride made it clear that no matter what RE you choose, you’re going to get an easy to ride, reliable and, most importantly, a cool looking bike for next to nothing.”

All of the machines are really well priced for what they are and all of them have heaps of character. Not to mention that UMI continue to bring in a huge amount of colour and accessory options, you’ll have no problems making your ride uniquely yours.


Check out all of Royal Enfield’s accessories here…

Each bike I rode, I had a vision about how I would modify it and how I’d make it my own, they’re such a popular brand that you won’t have trouble finding parts, genuine or aftermarket.



The all important verdict, what would I buy? Look, the Continental GT was the bike I thought I’d choose and I’d still love to own a GT one day but it didn’t take the cake for the range. The bike I actually enjoyed riding the most was the Hunter 350, weird right? I’m a bit shocked myself.

The Hunter 350 gets a big tick of approval from Zane, only just trumping the 650 twins as his favourite of the 2023 range...

The Hunter 350 gets a tick of approval from Zane, only just trumping the 650 twins as his favourite of the 2023 range…

There’s just something about how it rides and handles that really did something for me. I think it’s because it reminded me of my first bike and I daydreamed of all the silly modifications I’d love to do to it. It’s stupid easy to ride, cheap and so much fun to thrash. It would be so funny to make one of these into a sporty little racer…


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