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Carberry motorcycles launched a brand new 1 lire twin Engine
Carberry Motorcycles has been the new kid on the block for the custom scene. The company was the brainchild of an Australian chap, Paul Carberry, started Dream Engines and Modifications (DEM) and has now started production in 2016 at Bhilai, India, the backyard of the Royal Enfield.
FUN GUN: Carberry Double Barrel
We let loose the ultimate weapon from the happiness arsenal!This is a story about one man and his interpretation of the perfect Royal Enfield. A motorcycle that has the power to go the distance and then some. A bike perfect in every sense, symmetrical in styling and engineering alike.
2017 IBW: Custom Bike With Carberry Engine To Be Unveiled
The fifth edition of the India Bike Week has a lot in store for enthusiasts. Big names like Triumph Motorcycles, BMW Motorrad, and Harley Davidson will be showcasing their new and unique products. Avantura Choppers will also be there with their 2000cc Rudra and Pravega.
Sir Alan Cathcart
Paul talking to Sir Alan Cathcart ex world champion motorcycle racer and now world renowned motorcycle journalist, after his test ride.
Paul Carberry has transformed his double barrel shotgun of a motorcycle into a straight shooting ride down memory lane, but in a modern context
Combined period charm with modern functionality
The Enfield V2 is zestful and pleasing, the thing that strikes you though is how smooth it is
WHAT MEDIA SAYS.
Alec Simpson freelance journalist for two wheels and Scooter magazine he also races post classic motorcycles. This is what he had to say about the
1.To say I was pleasantly surprised is an understatement
2. The engine produces huge amounts of torque down low which means effortless acceleration and no need for fancy clutch workto get you going
3. The engine is also impressively smooth and provides seamless linear acceleration
4.This bike is one of the most charming and enjoyable bikes I have ever ridden.
Article by: Derek Pickard engineer/journalist has a long history of motorcycles that goes back as far as the Triumph factory in the 1960s where he worked and Derrek has worked in the motorcycle industry ever since in one form or another; and this is what he had to say about the Carberry motorcycle:-
1.At the heart of everything is this awesome motor
2.A tacho is unnecessary, power comes in as soon as the throttle is open and the torque curve stays flat right throughout the rev range, there is no need to take it flat to the rev limiter
3. The exhaust note seems to growl at times, though the mechanical noise is impressively minimal
4. At no time did this bike feel less than good. Carberryâ€™s frame modifications obviously work as the suspension at both ends is stock
5. In this instance the motor lifts the bike above anything other Enfieldâ€™s could ever be
6.It is truly a modern classic