Motociclo will be closed from Saturday 23 Dec and reopen Tuesday January 16th. We would like to wish all our customers and friends a very Merry Christmas and all the very best for festive season. We gratefully thank all our customers for their patronage, support and patience. Sincere best wishes to all.
Motociclo - Nicole, John and Luke.

Due to overwhelming interest and inquires on these 2 new beauties since recently being announced and displayed at the Sydney Motorcycle Show, we are now taking deposits on the new 650 twins. So if you are keen and considering one of these, now is the time to move. Only catch is they won't be available until around May 2018, but at least you can secure one early. For any further details CALL Motociclo now.

This weekend (25/26th Nov) hosts the biannual Sydney Motorcycle Show at Darling Harbour. No doubt one of the most exciting bikes at this years event is the unveiling of the new stunning Royal Enfield 650cc TWINS. In the 'Interceptor' and more sporty 'Continental GT' configuration, these bikes have been a long time coming, and now finally here, ready for the 2018 release.
Paying true homage to their historic namesake, these new releases from the Royal Enfield factory show the commitment to respecting and appreciating the marques authentic and beautiful heritage. Still officially the world oldest motorcycle company in continuous production. Stay tuned for further news on 2018 release dates and availability at MOTOCICLO.
Make sure you drop into the Royal Enfield stand and say Hi to Nicole..

More about the bikes..
At the heart of the new bikes is an all-new air-/oil-cooled 648cc SOHC parallel twin engine. Claimed output is 47 horsepower at 7100 rpm from a classically-styled engine in a deliberately mild state of tune.

The goal, Royal Enfield says, is to make the bike very tractable and easy to ride by making the bike’s 38 ft/lbs torque available at a mere 4000 rpm. The engine’s short stroke (2.66 inches) sets it up to spin up the engine speed quickly. So, along with the tractability goal, the six-speed transmission should allow using the bike’s peak horsepower in short order.

The engine is fed via electronic fuel injection, but unlike some manufacturers, Royal Enfield made no attempt to make the throttle bodies resemble good ol’ carburetors.

In true classic bike authenticity, to complement the sound as well as the aesthetics of the bike, the engine features a 270° crankshaft to give the exhaust note the 'ol British rumble, quite popular with classic bike aficionados.

Royal Enfield CEO Siddhartha Lal says the 650 twin has been “an absolute dream for years, maybe even over a decade.” That tidbit of information indicates how deliberative the company has been in the creation of the first twin-cylinder motorcycle engines to bear the Royal Enfield name in nearly five decades.

*650cc Royal Enfield Twin Specifications
- 4 stroke, single overhead cam, air-oil cooled, 648 cc parallel twin
- 47 bhp @ 7100 rpm
-Torque: 52 Nm (38.35 lb/ft.) @ 4000 rpm
-Bore x Stroke: 78 mm x 67.8 mm (3.07 in. x 2.66 in.)
- Compression Ratio: 9.5:1
-Transmission: 6 speed
- Fuel system: Fuel injection
- Ignition: Digital spark ignition – TCI

MERLIN Motorcycle gear now available and stocked at Motociclo.
Merlin is a UK brand launched to the market in late 2011, and just recently launched to the Australian market. The team behind Merlin are experienced marketers and with strong motorcycle sector experience. Merlin is a business dedicated to bringing the best motorcycle gear to you.

The Merlin collection, now available in Australia and stocked at Motociclo, displays a mix of timeless styling and modern technology.

A range of Waxed Cotton jackets are available made from Scottish waxed cotton, comes complete with additional Korean Reissa Waterproof And Breathable Membrane, CE approved armour and removeable thermal liner.

A range of Heritage Leather jackets also available.

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the first V7, Moto Guzzi introduces the V7 III Stone, Special, Racer & Anniversario.
Since 1967, the year the first units were sold in Italy, the V7 has become a pillar of the Moto Guzzi product range and representative of the Italian motorcycle, while remaining highly popular.
Fifty years later, Moto Guzzi introduces the stunning V7 III. The V7 is the brand’s best-seller since 2009 and constitutes the Moto Guzzi entry-level bike, dedicated to both women and men, in addition to young people who want to own one of the Mandello del Lario production motorcycles.

With full ABS anti lock braking system, 2 level (switchable) Moto Guzzi traction control and standard 22L lockable steel fuel tank, all complying with the Euro 4 pollution standard.
The maximum power has increased, now reaching 52hp at 6,200rpm, and maximum torque measures in at 60Nm at 4,900rpm, with a flat torque curve that promise ease of use.The bike’s rear end is now suspended by a pair of preload adjustable Kayaba shocks, passenger pegs have been relocated lower and farther forward, while the entire saddle sets a little closer to the ground (30.3 inches).

The first limited shipment of the new models has just reached Australian shores and ready for test ride at Motociclo.
Call today for more details or to book your test ride. 9557 7234.