Yezdi Roadking Adventure & Scrambler Spied
We bring to you photographs of the Yezdi Adventure, which was recently spotted undisguised and was fully equipped with jerry cans and panniers.
The motorcycle’s style is similar to that of the Royal Enfield Himalayan, against which the Yezdi Adventure will compete.
The adventure motorbike includes a circular headlamp, a flyscreen, and handguards upfront, as well as high and low-set front fenders.
It also sports a high-set instrument cluster, a fuel tank with clean lines, a split seat, minimalist side panels with the model name emblazoned on the viewable side, and an upswept exhaust.
The recently seen Yezdi Roadking Adventure features blackened mechanical components and rides on wire-spoked wheels with disc brakes and knobbly tires. The engine, on the other hand, has machined parts that add a little contrast.
While the Yezdi Roadking Adventure from the soon-to-be-relaunched brand appears to be ready for mass production, it will not be the only one.
This is due to the fact that the Classic Legends-owned brand has two more motorcycles in the works. One type is the well-known Scrambler, which has been spotted on our roads several times.
The manufacture specifications Scrambler has a ribbed single-piece seat, high-set fenders, dual exhausts, circular mirrors, telescopic front suspension, and twin rear shocks.
It appears to have the same round and compact lighting modules as the Adventure, and the engine appears to be the same as well. The wheels are also wire-spoked, but they are designed for riding on asphalt and dirt trails.
However, the vehicles behind the Yezdi Scrambler are even more intriguing, since they are two variants of the Yezdi Roadking Adventure that will compete with the Royal Enfield Meteor 350.
Both have alloy wheels, a split seat, and the same basic bodywork. The Yezdi Roadking Adventure at the top of the photograph, on the other hand, has a flyscreen, a backrest for the passenger, standard mirrors, and polished exhaust canisters.
The one in the center of the photograph has bar-end rear-view mirrors and, instead of chromed components like the original model, it has blacked-out sections like the exhaust cans, lamp casings, rear suspension top mounts, and so on.
All three versions are scheduled to be introduced shortly, and they will be powered by a 334cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine producing 30.64 PS and 32.74 Nm in Jawa Perak.
Apart from Jawa bikes, the transmission will be a 6-speed one, and all models should come with ABS and be reasonably priced to compete with various Royal Enfield goods and Honda’s CB350 line.