Yezdi, Young’s favourite classic bike from the 1970s, is ready to rock once again. Its new model, the ‘Yezdi Road King,’ will be launched today with the support of Mahindra. The Yezdi Roadking is powered by a 334cc single-cylinder engine. This has been observed in the state of Jawa Perak. This engine will produce a maximum power of 30 bhp and a peak torque of 32.74 Nm. A 6-speed gearbox is available to the buyer. Not only that, but this motorcycle will have a 21-inch front spoke wheel and a 17-inch rear spoke wheel. On both sides, there will be disc brakes.
Yezdi bikes from the 1980s first appeared on the Indian market in the late 1960s, where they were highly received and continued to be manufactured until the end of the 1990s. Yezdi was a flexible bike line that included models such the Roadking, Classic, CL II, Monarch, and others. Yezdi bikes had a different mania in India, where they were frequently spotted on famous actors in Bollywood films.
Will put Royal Enfield to the test.
After the advent of this bike, Royal Enfield’s off-road bike Royal Enfield 350 might be a direct and tough competitor (Rs 2 lakh).
What is the difference between the old and new Yezdi?
Classic Legends has given the prior Czech brand – Jawa a new identity in India by reintroducing it to the public, and the company has also included the UK-based BSA motorcycle brand in it. The old and new Yezdi bikes have certain similarities, though the manufacturer has not revealed any other specifics about the new motorcycle’s characteristics.