Yezdi Roadking trademark filed

    The company has also applied for a trademark for the Yezdi Roadking website.

    Published On Jun 03, 2021 02:45:00 PM


    Yezdi has filed a trademark for its upcoming motorcycle, the Roadking.

    • The motorcycle was spotted testing back in March 2021

    • Yezdi has also applied for the website name trademark

    • Expected to be the first offering from Yezdi

    Back in November 2018, Classic Legends had announced that it was working on a Yezdi comeback. A government website now reveals that the company has filed for a trademark for the Roadking name and the URL. While the trademark still hasn’t been passed, it reveals part of the revival plan.

    A few months ago, what looked like a Jawa-powered scrambler was spotted in action. While it featured an identical radiator and engine head design, the lower casing had the distinctive Yezdi stripes. While Classic Legends did a remarkable job at recreating the old-school Jawas’ visual appeal, it looks like their approach is slightly different with the Yezdi brand.

    The spy shots reveal that the company is going for a modern-day scrambler, featuring a narrow, short tail, a tyre hugger, tall handlebar and a flat seat. However, the test mule did not appear to be close to production-ready, which means a lot could change by the time it makes it to production.

    2021 Yezdi Roadking: launch  

    It was only a few months ago that the motorcycle was seen in the early stages of testing and the pandemic is only expected to have delayed plans further; the trademark applications also haven’t received the ‘passed’ status. All of this could mean that the upcoming motorcycle is still some time away. That said, we were given to understand that the Yezdi brand could be launched this year. Whether it will be with this bike or something else remains to be seen.

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    2021 Jawa Forty Two review, test ride

    Yezdi Bikes

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