Java celebrates the 50th anniversary of the 1971 war victory, two special bikes launched in honor of the Army

The whole of India is celebrating the victory of the Seventy-One War. Java Motorcycles has released two new bikes in honor of the Army, which celebrated 50 years of winning the war against Pakistan in 1971. Both bikes offered in Khaki and Midnight Gray colors reflect the bravery and bravery of the Indian Army. Both these bikes are priced at Rs 1.93 lakh. (Ex-showroom, Delhi).

The bike symbolizes the Army’s victory and the ‘Laurel Wrath’ 1971 victory and is commemorated. It will remind you of the victory of this war. This special symbol is inserted under the fuel cap with the tricolor strip on the top of the bike’s tank. The company said it would become the first production motorcycle to feature Java Khaki and Java Midnight Gray Army Insignia.

Dedicated to the Indian Army, the bike is based on the Java Classic model. Both Khaki and Midnight Gray are given a matte finish. The rim of the bike is painted in black while decorating the mechanical parts with an all-black theme. In addition, the company has improved the bike’s seating slightly, giving it a more comfortable ride.

These new colored bikes are only available in the Dual Channel Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) variant. Other than the paint and graphics, no other changes have been made to this bike. It is powered by a 293cc fuel injection engine that produces 27.33 ps of power and 27.02 Nm of torque. This engine comes with a 6 speed transmission gearbox.

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