Mysterious Scrambler Spotted; YEZDI’s First Comeback Motorcycle…?

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Yezdi scrambler 300 looks a big possibility with this spotting. This model could debut as the first Yezdi comeback motorcycle in the world…

Well, well, well… just when you thought things may be going against Classic Legends, there is a possible big update on it. A very mysterious test mule has been spotted around Pune, the home of Mahindra and Classic Legends (the owners of monikers like Jawa, BSA and Yezdi).

Earlier this year, Ashish Joshi, CEO of Classic Legends, revealed that there will be action on BSA and Yezdi brands. You can read that story here. And here comes the surprise. This mysterious mule has all the makings of a Classic Legends motorcycle. However, this could not come under the Jawa brand.

This mule is running with an engine very similar to the current Jawas, however, its engine casing is inspired from the Yezdis of yesteryears. This is one big revelation and a possibility that this model could be the first motorcycle that will be sold under the Yezdi brand. There have been reports that there will be three models under the Yezdi brand and the possibility that they will be on offer under the price brackets of Jawas should make you rejoice!

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Talking about this mule, it carries a scrambler design with semi-knobby MRF tyres. There is a small round headlamp without any instrument cluster and a high set handlebar. The upcoming model is running on spoke wheels with disc brakes at the front and rear. The tail section is narrow and modern and may get a proper tail ender. There is an upswept exhaust which is finished improperly at the moment.

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Looking at the completeness of the parts, it appears that this is still an early prototype and may not be very close to production. We are hooked onto this development as a near 1.5 Lakh 300cc scrambler has got us all excited!

Source – Unroadrunner