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Royal Enfield opens its 1st south dealership in Cavite

No need to ride far if you’re a Caviteño looking for a big bike

Do you live down south and crave a Royal Enfield? No need to travel far any more. PHOTO BY ANDY LEUTERIO

With Royal Enfield steadily gaining ground in the entry- to mid-level big bike market, it has just opened its newest showroom in Bacoor, Cavite.

The first Royal Enfield dealership to the south of Manila is located at the ground floor of Altrove Building on Bacoor Boulevard in Barangay Banayan, Bacoor. The exclusive store is the latest in a series of scheduled store openings toward the south.

There's nothing like stepping into a Royal Enfield showroom. PHOTO BY ANDY LEUTERIO

Owned and operated by AAA Klassiks, the dealership carries the complete line of Royal Enfield motorcycles, including the Interceptor and GT Continental 650; the Classic and Meteor 350; and the Himalayan.

Chill out and enjoy the vibe of the showroom while your bike is being serviced. PHOTO BY ANDY LEUTERIO

It is also stocked with the latest in Royal Enfield accessories and apparel, as well as a large service area. It is the seventh exclusive Royal Enfield dealership to be added to the existing network of Hardcore Brothers Custom Motorcycles, which now has stores in Davao, Cagayan de Oro, Dumaguete, Cebu, Quezon City, and Pasig.

Meet the dealership staff. PHOTO BY ANDY LEUTERIO

“Royal Enfield’s commitment to bringing the best motorcycle experience to all riders, regardless of riding style, has always been at the forefront,” said Royal Enfield Philippines president and CEO Jimmy D.L. Barinaga. “New models and variants are aggressively being offered, as well as the improved performance of all the motorcycles and not to mention the happy community that one gets to join by simply owning one.”

If you’re in the market for classic-styled bikes and live in the south of Manila, you should check out this classy new showroom.



Andy Leuterio

Andy is both an avid cyclist and a car enthusiast who has finally made the shift to motorcycles. You've probably seen him on his bicycle or motorbike overtaking your crawling car. He is our Motorcycle Editor and the author of the ‘Quickshift’ column.



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