Two Yezdi motorcycles, a scrambler and an ADV, built on the same chassis, are anticipated to be released soon. These have been spotted several times during road tests. The launch is expected to take place on November 15, the fourth anniversary of Classic Legends.
Recently, an undisguised production-ready Yezdi adventure motorcycle has been spotted. Painted in white colour, the fuel tank includes contrasting blue and black stripes that add to the bike's dynamic appearance. The wing-styled Yezdi emblem, the shiny steel fuel cap, and the 'Legendary Yezdi' etching on the fuel tank contribute to the bike's distinctiveness.
The Yezdi Roadking ADV will most likely come in a variety of colour variations. The engine and wheels on the white model retain their original metallic appearance. The majority of the other components have been blacked out. Yezdi Roadking ADV includes specialised racks at the front and back, which are similar to Royal Enfield Himalayan characteristics. Other notable design highlights include a round headlight, turn signals, and tail light, a big windscreen, fork gaiters, twin front fenders, crash protection for the engine and radiator, split seats, spoke wheels, and an upswept exhaust.
Moreover, the bike's broad, elevated handlebar and strategically located footpegs ensure that users have a pleasant ride. The full-digital instrument console is housed in a shockproof shell, which is a must for off-roading. The 334cc engine currently used by Jawa Perak may power the Roadking ADV.
The single-cylinder, liquid-cooled DOHC engine generates 30.64 ps of maximum power and 32.74 Nm of maximum torque. It is coupled to a 6-speed constant mesh gearbox. The bike will be equipped with standard telescopic forks in the front and swingarm rear suspension. The front and back wheels might be 19-inch and 17-inch, respectively. Speaking about its pricing, the bike can be offered at a price range of Rs 1.75 lakh to Rs 2.10 lakh.
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