Yezdi revival slated for January 13, 2022

    The iconic nametag is expected to make a lavish comeback, with multiple new models expected to be launched.

    Published On Dec 29, 2021 09:18:00 AM


    Yezdi revival slated for January 13, 2022

    It’s no secret that Mahindra-owned Classic Legends is working to revive the iconic Yezdi name tag. The upcoming Yezdi bikes have already been spotted multiple times, with the most recent one being the undisguised version of an upcoming adventure tourer.

    Now, a revival date seems to have been finalised, with Classic Legends asking us to block January 13. 

    Excitement is reaching fever pitch, but what should you expect on this day of reckoning? Well, the spy shots and rumours suggest that there will be multiple models in the resurrected Yezdi lineup – at least 2, if not 3. The aforementioned adventure tourer is expected to be joined by a scrambler, and perhaps even an urban roadster. The latter is most likely to carry the legendary Roadking nametag. However, it remains to be seen if all three bikes debut on the same day. Stay tuned for more details.

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