After introducing Java to the Indian market, Classic Legends is gearing up to launch its second brand Yezdi in the Indian market. A few days ago there was news that Yezdi would soon make a comeback in the Indian market. Now that the return of this legend, the color of the official seal now seems to be on the rise, yes! Recently Yezdi has trademarked its new upcoming bike ‘Roadking’.
However, a company owned by Mahindra and Mahindra, such as Classic Legends, has not shared any official information. In March, let us tell you that the prototype of this bike was spotted on the Pune-Nashik highway. It features telescopic forks on the front and circular headlamps with a shock viewer suspension on the back. In addition, Dual Purpose tires were also provided with Spoke Wheels.
Yezdi’s entry into the Indian market has long been debated, and now with the news of its trademark submission, it is almost certain that the company will soon launch its first vehicle. The company may release its first model to the market during Diwali this year, according to media reports.
Famous in the Eighties:
Ideal Java Limited launched Yezdi RoadKing in India in 1978. Production of this bike was made in Mysore, which continued until 1996. In fact, the bike is based on the CZ250 Motocross, which was awarded as the runner-up at the 1974 Motocross World Championships by Jaroslav Falta.
The bike uses a 250cc engine with dual exhaust (silencer), a semi-automatic clutch and a trademark integrated gear shifter / kick-starter from Java / CZ. The bike has participated in many rallies and road races in India. The 134 kg bike is powered by a 246.30 cc two-stroke engine with a top speed of 120 km / h. Now the company will be releasing this old name in the market with a new look.