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ADV NewsRoyal Enfield Launches New Scram 411

Royal Enfield Launches New Scram 411

The anticipated Himalayan-based scrambler is finally unveiled.

Published on 03.16.2022

After months of rumors and spy shots flooding the internet, Royal Enfield has finally unveiled the Scram 411, a scrambler-style variant based on the Himalayan adventure bike. The newly-launched model is the brand’s first ADV crossover, with more of a focus on navigating the urban jungles.

Like its sibling, the Scram is powered by Royal Enfield’s 411cc, fuel-injected, air-cooled single-cylinder engine, pumping out 24.3 horsepower and 23.6 ft-lbs of torque. The frame, exhaust and 4-gallon (15 liter) tank are also borrowed straight from the Himalayan as are the brakes, which feature a simple 2-piston floating caliper on a 300mm disc in the front, and a single floating caliper on a 240mm disc in the rear. Dual-channel ABS is standard.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 launched
Royal Enfield Scram 411 launched

A similar carry over of specs from the Himalayan is seen in the Scram’s suspension which also uses its sibling’s 41mm telescopic fork and monoshock, however, the new bike loses a bit of suspension travel in the front at 7.4 inches (190mm) instead of 7.9 (200mm). Suspension travel in the rear remains the same as the Himalayan’s at 7.1 inches (180mm).


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More notable is the switch from 21 to 19-inch wheels, which along with the shorter suspension travel, sharpen the steering and drop the ground clearance of the bike from 8.6 inches to 7.9 inches. This also brings the seat down a bit from the Himalayan’s 31.5 inches to 31.3 inches, making it easier to maneuver in stop-and-go traffic.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 launched
Royal Enfield Scram 411 launched

Other changes to the Harris Performance chassis include a shorter wheelbase down from 57.7 to 57.3 inches and a claimed reduced weight of 408 lbs without fuel. Estimated with a full tank, the Scram 411 weighs around 432 lbs compared to the Himalayan’s 439 lbs. The Scram also ditches the windshield and high fender of the Himalayan, completing the look with a lower-mounted headlight.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 launched

As expected, the Scram is stripped of complicated electronics. On the dash you are greeted with the Himalayan’s updated digital-analog instrument cluster that provides access to basic information. It also includes the Tripper Navigation system that offers turn-by-turn directions, and pairs with the rider’s smartphone by way of the Royal Enfield App.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 launched

The new Scram 411 is already available in India, and will be available in Europe, Asia Pacific, North America and Latin America later this year. It is scheduled to arrive in the U.S. late summer/early fall with colorways determined in the coming months. Pricing for the U.S. hasn’t been announced yet but considering the new bike is heavily derived from the Himalayan, we expect it to be close to its sibling’s $5,299 price tag.

For more details check out the Royal Enfield website.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 launched

2022 Royal Enfield Scram 411 Specs

ENGINE TYPE:SINGLE CYLINDER, 4 STROKE, AIR COOLED, SOHC, FUEL INJECTION
BORE X STROKE:78MM X 86MM
DISPLACEMENT:411 CC
COMPRESSION RATIO:9.5:1
MAXIMUM POWER:24.3BHP (17.88KW) @ 6500RPM
MAXIMUM TORQUE:32NM @ 4250±250RPM
IDLE RPM:1300±100RPM
STARTING SYSTEM:ELECTRIC START
AIR FILTER ELEMENT:PAPER ELEMENT
LUBRICATION:WET SUMP
ENGINE OIL GRADE:SEMI SYNTHETIC SAE 15W 50 API SL GRADE JASO MA 2
IGNITION SYSTEM:DIGITAL ELECTRONIC IGNITION
CLUTCH:WET MULTI PLATES
GEARBOX:5 SPEED, CONSTANT MESH
FUEL SUPPLY:ELECTRONIC FUEL INJECTION
FRAME:HALF-DUPLEX SPLIT CRADLE FRAME
FRONT SUSPENSION:TELESCOPIC, 41 MM FORKS 190MM TRAVEL
REAR SUSPENSION:MONOSHOCK WITH LINKAGE, 180MM WHEEL TRAVEL
WHEELBASE:1455 MM
GROUND CLEARANCE:200 MM
LENGTH:2160 MM
WIDTH:840 MM
HEIGHT:1165 MM
SEAT HEIGHT:795 MM
KERB WEIGHT WITHOUT FUEL:185 KG
FUEL CAPACITY:15 LITRES (APPROX)
TYRES FR.:100/90-19″
TYRES RR.:120/90-17″
BRAKES FRONT:300MM DISC, 2-PISTON FLOATING CALIPER
BRAKES REAR:240MM DISC, SINGLE PISTON FLOATING CALIPER
ABS:DUAL CHANNEL ABS

Author: ADV Pulse Staff
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Scott Maxwell
Scott Maxwell
March 17, 2022 2:45 pm

Love the look of this one!

motografix
motografix
March 21, 2022 9:29 am

Red/White one immediately Reminds me of the R80 GS ; I don’t hate it. But I’d rather see the 650 twin Himalayan…Or the 411 up sized to 500
or 650.

Robert
Robert
April 5, 2022 12:25 pm

That’s a much better frame than that archaic one the Meteor has.

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