Ready, set, scram! The new Royal Enfield Himalayan Scram 411 is here in the country. The Himalayan 411 is an adventure bike beloved by many. With friendly ergonomics, a friendly expressway-legal engine, and a personality that is not difficult to love, Royal Enfield has decided that the Himlayan nameplate deserves another lovable model in the lineup.
Enter the Royal Enfield Himalayan Scram 411, the brand’s take on a scrambler for the urban jungle and beyond. Sans the more adventurous bits of the Standard Himalayan, the Scram 411 is perfect for almost all adventures, be it your daily ride or your weekend getaways. Built to travel near or far, the Scram comes with a sleeker profile, which is the result of Royal Enfield stripping down the model to all the essentials. The net effects are a motorcycle that adds a new spin to the Himalayan nameplate, adds a new segment to RE’s lineup, and adds a lighter and more agile model for buyers to choose from.
Royal Enfield put an emphasis on the Scram’s ability to be thoroughly customized. Without much to get in the way, the Scram is just begging to be made into your own. With its 19-inch front wheel, the Scram is ready to take on all roads with a more playful attitude. The bare frame and body of the model are also an invitation for custom shops to make their imaginations go wild.
All of that jazz sits on a platform that is tried and tested. The Himalayan’s chassis makes a return here, and the model gets the same LS-410 engine that made the adventure-tourer a friendly and approachable motorcycle that many would be glad to swing a leg over with 24 hp and 32 Nm of torque. With the addition of a smaller 19-inch wheel, the Scram 411 gains a lot more agility coupled with its lighter overall package. Royal Enfield went with a 19-inch front wheel and a 17-inch rear wheel in order to keep it as nimble as possible while giving it that scrambler character. Dual-channel ABS is also standard and that system is paired with front and rear disc brakes by ByBre.
Meanwhile, the suspension still offers a plush and forgiving ride, while retaining a seat height that is accessible for most Filipinos. Interestingly enough, the new Himalayan Scram 411 loses the center stand and makes do with the side stand. Although, RE retained the comfortable seat of the standard Himalayan and the commanding ergonomics as well.
Available base price colors include Graphite Yellow, Graphite Red, and Graphite Blue. Premium colors add a little more to the price tag, and these include Skyline Blue and Blazing Black. Top-end colors include White Flame and Silver Spirit.
The prices for the Royal Enfield Himalayan Scram 411 in the Philippines start at P311,000 for the standard colors. Opt for the premium colors and you can expect to pay P313,000 for the Skyline Blue and Blazing Black, and P315,000 for the White Flame and Silver Spirit colorways.