"It's a 2002 Royal Enfield Bullet ES (electric start), but I use the kicker most of the time. The stock Bullet is fine if you just want to plod around town, but I'm an old Rocker and I want to go fast! I had Motor West in Milwaukee build a proper racing motor: stroker crank (it displaces 615cc now), ported head, race cam, alloy rod, the works. A stock Bullet might make 22 horsepower; mine's around 45 now, about the same as a Gold Star, but more reliable. I also made it look right, and lightened it up, too. The headlight is a larger, 7-inch unit, the taillight is from a Bantam and a reproduction Gold Star muffler gives it the signature 'tweet.' I changed the rear subframe out to a later style, with the BSA fender carriers, added alloy fenders front and back, Tommaselli adjustable clubmans and a steering damper-it gets a little shaky past 80, but it still handles better than any of my BSAs! It'll break the ton, barely-that's as much as you'll get out of it.