Royal Enfield Himalayan Scram 411

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Today’s world is full of opportunities. and obstacles too. It demands constant switching between modes. work and play, night and day, rough and smooth, stop and go, fast and slow. The Scram 411 is built for this state of flux.

From Purpose Built to Multi-Purpose.

Royal Enfield’s high altitude adventurer DNA has evolved from decades of expeditions and thousands of kilometers of rides across the most challenging terrains in the world. The scram 411 is derived from this very DNA. It is a multi?purpose tool optimised for agility; an ally that’s always ready for whatever life has in store. This is no cosmetic crossover or pumped?up street bike this is a brand new subspecies.

Engage Scram Mode.

Scram mode is about navigating the urban game of snakes and ladders. 19’’ front and 17’’ rear wheels help take on anything thrown its way, a low 795mm high seat keeps you comfortable on longer rides. The Scram’s high altitude proven LS 410 engine makes for fewer gear changes and easy maneuvering through the urban maze, so you can go with the flow.

For the Switch.

Modern life demands a constant switching between modes. Wire spoked wheels and dual?purpose tyres ensure a sure footed grip and effortless agility across tarmac, rough roads and dirt tracks. Long travel suspension and high ground clearance ensure an easy ride over tricky terrain because the scram 411 is built to handle whatever life throws at you.


The engine has been designed keeping in mind real world riding. A healthy spread of torque across the RPM range will ensure the rider is not left hunting for drive—good low end and midrange torque to clear obstacles; and sufficient top end power for all-day highway cruising. True to Royal Enfield’s engine DNA, the longstroke LS410 delivers the key low-end torque, giving you usable power at lower RPMs for in-city conditions and all the pulling power required when you go off-road.

Flex and Finesse

The Scram 411 was created by mixing genuine adventurer capability with scrambler playfulness and accessibility. Details like the urban badge plate, an offset speedo, a scrambler seat and 7 high energy colourways tell you that this is no ordinary motorcycle. This is the Scram 411.

Digi-Analog Instrument Cluster.

A shoutout to the analogue era but perfectly in sync for modern-day riding, the Scram 411 features a retro-style speedometer along with a digital LCD screen that tells you everything you need to know and is compatible with the Royal Enfield Tripper Navigation System that can be purchased as an optional extra.


Ground clearance 200 mm

Length 2160 mm

Width 840 mm

Seat height 795 mm

Height 1165 mm

Kerb weight 185 kgs

Fuel capacity 15 lts


Type Single cylinder, 4 stroke, air-cooled, SOHC, fuel injection

Displacement 411cc

Bore & stroke 78 mm x 86 mm

Compression ratio 9.5.1

Maximum power 24.3 bhp (17.88kw) @6500

Maximum torque 32 Nm @4250 -4500 rpm

Ignition system Digital electronic ignition

Clutch Wet, multiplate

Gearbox 5 speed constant mesh

Lubrication Wet sump

Fuel supply Electronic fuel injection

Air cleaner Paper element

Engine start Electric

Chassis and Suspension

Type Half-duplex split cradle frame

Front suspension Telescopic, 41 mm forks, 190 mm travel

Rear suspension Monoshock with linkage, 180 mm wheel travel

Brakes and Tyres

Front tyre 100/90 – 19?

Rear tyre 120/90 – 17?

Front brakes 300 mm disc, 2-piston floating caliper – ABS

Rear brakes 240 mm disc, single piston floating caliper – ABS

*Note: There may be changes in Australian model Technical Specifications and Colour Availability