We quickly discuss the upcoming Yezdi motorcycles that are expected to be introduced on the 13th of January and the new teaser…
Few weeks back Classic Legends had announced that they are going to revive another brand from our childhood – Yezdi. And now, Yezdi have released a short teaser on their social channels captioning “After all, Every blockbuster has a teaser”.
The posted teaser shows us glimpses of their upcoming bikes. One of them appears to be the Scrambler and the other one could probably be the ADV. One bike can be seen wading through the puddles at the edge where the ocean meets the beach.
In a sequence, we can even see the brave rider attempting to stand on the bike while the bike is still on the move. The teaser ends with the logo of Yezdi and a small askew number plate bearing the date of its revival – 13th of January, 2022.
Upcoming Yezdi Motorcycles
Here are five things we know about Yezdi…
- We are expecting at least 3-4 new motorcycles from the brand Yezdi. Scrambler, ADV and Roadking apart from their variants.
- The Scrambler model will come fitted with ribbed-profile single-unit seat, tear-drop shaped fuel tank, low-mounted body length exhaust with chrome finish, circular rear-view mirrors and rounded headlamp design. The bike will be shod with telescopic front suspension with fork gaiters and twin rear shocks. One additional visual change we recently noticed is the addition of a beak that is mounted just over the standard tyre-hugger.
- The Yezdi Adventure model will bear a taller and domineering attitude – and will look very similar to its rival RE Himalayan. The ADV will be equipped with a round headlamp, wide and flat handlebar, standard-design rear-view mirror, LED lighting set-up (including the headlamp) and turn-indicators, fork gaiters at the front and knuckle guards. It will also have features such as the raised front fender, tall windscreen, curved and sculpted fuel tank, full-digital instrument console and split-seating arrangement.
- The Roadking cruisers will be equipped with alloy wheels, split seating and similar primary bodywork. Earlier one of the variants was spotted with an upright seating position, a windscreen, a backrest for the pillion, standard mirrors and aluminium exhaust. The other one had bar-end mirrors (which could be optional), no back rest for the pillion and sported blacked-out exhaust and body-work.
- All these models are expected to be equipped with the specifically tuned and higher powered 334 cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that does duty on the Perak and makes 30.64 PS and 32.74 Nm. The same 6-speed gearbox is expected to be carried over as well.
We are very excited and can’t wait for the 13th of January. Stay tuned we will report all the developments regarding the launch on the day itself…