Yezdi’s rival Royal Enfield Himalaya spotted ahead of launch
Classic Legend is about to revive the Yezdi brand. Yezdi will offer two motorcycles, there will be a scrambler and an Adventure Tourer. The new motorcycles were once again spied on on the Mumbai-Pune highway. The video was uploaded to YouTube by Kaif Nasir.
In the video, we can see three motorcycles. There are two jammers and an adventure traveler. The jammer should be called Roadking. He will face the next Royal Enfield Hunter and Husqvarna Svartpilen 250. The name of the adventure tourer is not yet known, but he will face the Royal Enfield Himalayan and KTM 250 Adventure.
Roadking comes with a flat saddle, slightly set back footrests and high handlebars. This results in a straight driving triangle with a slight touch of sportiness. There are fork gaiters, a beak-shaped front fender, a circular headlight, two exhaust pipes, a tire guard and a circular tail light.
The license plate is also mounted on the tire guard. Suspension functions are provided by telescopic forks at the front and twin shocks at the rear. The motorcycle rolls on wire wheels.
Then there is the adventure tourer, he gets a circular LED headlight, a beak-shaped fender, fork gaiters, a windshield to protect the rider from the wind when traveling on the highways. and a circular taillight. It gets a more traditional rear end without a tire clamp. However, it only has a silencer on the right side and it is an upscale unit. Most adventurers only use this type of silencer.
It also rolls on spoked wheels so that the tire is not tubeless. The driving triangle is also straight enough with high handlebars so that the rider does not get tired on long journeys. Looks like the bike has seat stays and a rear rack. So, it should be safe to assume that Yezdi will offer some real touring-focused props.
Also, if you notice that the front wheel is larger than the rear wheel. It could have a 21 inch front wheel and an 18 or 17 inch rear wheel. The motorcycle runs on spoked wheels so the tires will not be tubeless. It has telescopic forks up front and it looks like Yezdi will use a single monoshock for the rear. We assume this because the rear shock absorber is not visible.
On both motorcycles, braking will be provided by a disc at the front and rear. We expect motorcycles to come standard with a dual-channel anti-lock braking system. That said, it would be nice if the adventure tourer was equipped with a switchable anti-lock braking system.
We expect the engine on both bikes to be the same. It is expected to be a 334cc liquid cooled single cylinder engine. The engine produces a maximum power of 30.64 hp and a maximum torque of 32.74 Nm. It is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. This is the same engine we saw on Jawa Perak.