Tres Cruces (Spanish for "Three Crosses") is the main medium- and long-distance bus terminal in Montevideo, Uruguay. It is an incredibly busy place, bristling with people. In the second floor operates a shopping mall. In it they currently have a promo that for every 3,000 Uruguayan pesos spent (about US$100) you get an entry for a raffle of a Royal Enfield Deluxe in maroon.
The local bike scene in Uruguay is dominated by cheap low displacement Chinese bikes, some of them cost less than US$1,000. So the Enfield caused quite an impression. I was a bit shy about taking pictures of it in the mall, but in the five minutes I was there three other people snapped pictures of it and many others stopped to admire it. The promotion was also publicized with large banners across the place.
A Royal Enfield dealer in Bristol was Mr. Haskins at 14 City Road. The building seems to be there but it has been partitioned into two, and the portion at 14 City Road is the black painted store that appears closed today.