The iconic motorcycle brand Yezdi is no longer part of the Java motorcycle. Java Motorcycles gave this information in their Twitter post. In the post, Java writes that the Yezdi brand will now work differently. After Java, the classic legend will help to re-establish Yazdi in the Indian market.
Yezdi’s new bike will compete with the Himalayas
Anupam Thareja, co-founder of Classic Legends, recently tweeted that we have called another brother back. After launch, the Yezdi ADV will directly compete with the Royal Enfield Himalayas. The special thing is that Yazdi’s new bike will only come in the price category of Royal Enfield Himalayan. Yazdi’s new bike can only be given a 334cc engine that comes with the Java Perak. Perak’s engine produces 30 hp of power and 32Nm of torque.
Ananda Mahindra’s tweet added to the excitement
The return of Java Motorcycle, BSA and Yezdi has been in the news since the investment in Mahindra & Mahindra Group’s Classic Legends. At the same time, earlier this year, the classic legend also submitted the trademark of Yezdi Roadking in India. Since then, discussions on the return of Yezdi motorcycles to India have intensified. Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra also tweeted about Yezdi’s return to India. Following Mahindra’s tweet, it is almost certain that Yezdi is about to re-enter India.
Yazdi’s adventure motorcycle may come next year
Speaking of Jawa, the company has already launched its retro-themed motorcycle in India through a dedicated sales channel. Now Yezdio is also preparing to launch its product. However, so far not much information has been found about the product. Yezdi is expected to launch his retro-themed motorcycle in India. The company is expected to launch a new adventure motorcycle in 2022.