Upcoming Yezdi adventure motorcycle spotted undisguised

    The new Yezdi ADV is Classic Legend’s answer to the Royal Enfield Himalayan.

    Published On Nov 10, 2021 03:23:00 PM


    Upcoming Yezdi adventure motorcycle spotted undisguised

    The upcoming Yezdi ADV has been spotted yet again, this time sans camouflage. The bike looks like it could be the production-ready version and has seemingly been unwrapped after it was transported somewhere. While a large portion of the bike is covered in bubble wrap, there are some interesting details that are clearly visible. Furthermore, official social media accounts have been created for Yezdi, where the upcoming launch of a new Roadking has been hinted at.

    • Based on Jawa platform

    • Will use 334cc engine from Jawa Perak

    • To take on the Royal Enfield Himalayan

    To begin with, the fuel tank is large, has prominent crease lines, and a retro-styled fuel filler cap that’s finished in chrome. The brand's logo is placed on top of the fuel tank, along with "Legendary Yezdi" stickered across its length. Its contrasting blue and dark blue bands are a neat touch as well. Speaking of contrasts, the motor is also blacked out. The engine here is liquid-cooled and we are led to believe that the Yezdis will be powered by the larger 334cc motor from the Perak, which produces a claimed 30.6hp and 32.7Nm, but it might end up being tuned differently.

    One can also notice that the side stand has a large and flat base, akin to a side stand shoe that most ADV motorcycle owners add as an accessory to it. Whether this is part of the Yezdi’s standard equipment is something we can confirm only after seeing the final production bike.

    Meanwhile, the rest of the bits, like the pannier and top box racks, wheels, dual-purpose tyres and seat, look similar to the camouflaged test mule that was spotted a couple of months ago. The Yezdi ADV is also expected to get a large instrument console, possibly a TFT display. 

    This ADV isn’t the only motorcycle that will roll out of the Classic Legend-owned Yezdi’s production line. There is a scrambler-style motorcycle in the works and a standard roadster is also likely to be under development. It’ll be interesting to see what these motorcycles will be called. While the company has applied for a trademark for the Yezdi Road King, a legendary name, it’s too early to say anything conclusively.


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