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Old 11-17-2014, 05:10 AM   #1
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Pierre Terblanche joins Royal Enfield

And rumours of a new adventure bike

Pierre Terblanche joins Royal Enfield

PIERRE Terblanche has left Confederate Motorcycles to join Royal Enfield.

The South African designer, who has worked for Ducati, Cagiva, Piaggio and Norton, left the Alabama-based motorcycle firm to become head designer at Royal Enfield.

Siddhartha Lal, the CEO of Eicher, which owns Royal Enfield, said: "I am very excited that Pierre Terblanche has recently joined our team; he is one of the most prolific industrial designers for motorcycles, and is best known for having created some extraordinary motorcycles as the head of design for Ducati for over a decade.”

The news of Terblanche’s move comes shortly after internet reports suggest Royal Enfield will be releasing a new adventure bike along with a new 400cc engine to power upcoming models.

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