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In Photos: Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus

Slide 1 of 12: DUXFORD, ENGLAND - May 21:  CEO of Royal Enfield Siddhartha Lal and Arnhem Veterans Fred Glover and John Jeffries pose with with the 'Classic 500 Pegasus' motorcycles on May 21, 2018 in Duxford, England.  A new limited edition Royal Enfield 'Classic 500 Pegasus' motorcycle pays tribute to the original Royal Enfield Flying Flea, the legendary lightweight World War Two British paratroopers' motorcycle.  (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images for Royal Enfield)

Royal Enfield unveiled the new limited edition 'Classic 500 Pegasus' motorcycle.

The motorcycle bears testament to the original Royal Enfield Flying Flea. British paratroopers used the legendary lightweight motorcycle during the World War II. 

According to the company, the original motorcycle was a 125cc variant, designed to deploy behind enemy lines via parachutes and onboard the Horsa Glider.

In picture: The CEO of Royal Enfield Siddhartha Lal (left) and Arnhem Veterans Fred Glover (center), and John Jeffries pose with the 'Classic 500 Pegasus' motorcycles on May 21 in Duxford, England. 

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© Ian Gavan/Getty Images for Royal Enfield
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