More than a century ago, Royal Enfield–under The Enfield Cycle Company Limited name–started manufacturing motorcycles. The brand went defunct a few models after the Second World War, but it has since been revived with a whole new line of engines and the bikes built around them. The Royal Enfield Classic 500 Stealth Black Motorcycle is perhaps one of the best examples of dealer-direct vintage styling meets modern performance in the world of motorcycles. Single cylinder, 4 stroke, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine with 499cc displacement, max power of 27.2 bhp (at 5250 rpm), max torque of 41.3 Nm (at 4000 rpm) and digital electronic ignition. Take those specs, add classic Royal Enfield styling, spoke wheels and a murdered out paint job, and you have a recipe for a bike that will look as good under your legs as it will in the Instagram snaps you take on the side of the road during all your adventures.