The 2020 version of the Royal Enfield Himalayan is on the market for just $4,750. With an air-cooled single-cylinder engine at 411cc, it provides a reliable and manageable ride on almost any terrain. Plus, the large wheels make it especially good for country roads.
With a lightweight and easy-to-handle frame and body, the Indian adventure bike is great for novices, or anyone else looking for a relaxed ride.
Mash X-Ride Classic 650
Mash fans eagerly awaited the release of the 2020 X-Ride Classic 650 – and they were not disappointed when it finally arrived. Almost like a cross between a 1970s adventure bike and a scrambler, it checks all of the boxes when it comes to attractive, old-school aesthetics.
With a four-stroke, 643cc engine, electric fuel injection, and an electric starter, it has the perfect combination of modern and retro.
Honda Shadow Phantom
Shadow Phantom fans were perhaps slightly disappointed when they first heard that there will be no upgrades in 2020. Still, one may also say, “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it.”
The 745cc 52-degree liquid-cooled V-twin engine provides an easy, manageable ride from a workday commute to a cross country road trip. The technology in the Phantom’s fuel injection system makes for a reliable cruise, no matter where you’re at in the rev range. This year’s model is available at a price of $7,899.
The 2020 Honda CB650R is sort of a cross between retro and futuristic. It has a simple yet sleek design, and a 649cc, liquid-cooled, four-cylinder engine.
It is definitely one of the better looking and more customizable in Honda’s café style Neo Sports collection. It delivers a smooth but powerful ride, whether you’re driving to work in the city, or for fun through the mountains.
Scrambler Ducati Desert Sled
This retro-style bike first hit the scene in 1962, Though at that time, it was produced in 125cc-450cc. Now, at 803cc and 73 hp, it’s a lot more powerful. But it still has the classic feel that fans have come to know and love.
The line comes available in a few different types, from standard to café style. While most scrambler models have a tougher time on non-paved roads, the Ducati Desert Sled handles well on most terrains. You can get your hands on the bike for $11,995.