The Yezdi Adventure spied recently is the production-spec model
We present to you images of the Yezdi Adventure which was spied undisguised recently and it was completely kitted out with jerry cans and panniers.
Looking very much like the Royal Enfield Himalayan, against which the Yezdi Adventure will be pitted, the motorcycle has rather simple styling.
Featuring both high- and low-set front fenders, the adventure motorcycle has a circular headlight, a flyscreen and hand guards up front.
It also has a high-set instrument cluster, a fuel tank with crisp lines, split seat, minimalist side panels with the model name plastered, at least on the side that is visible, and an upswept exhaust.
Riding on wire-spoked wheels fitted with a disc brake each and knobbly tyres, the recently spied Yezdi Adventure has blacked mechanical components. However, the engine does feature machined segments that add a bit of contrast.
While the adventure motorcycle from the soon-to-be relaunched brand seems completely ready to enter mass production, it will not be alone.
That is because, the Classic Legends-owned brand has 2 other motorcycles in the pipeline. One model is the well-known Scrambler which has been seen many a time on our roads.
The production-spec Scrambler will come with a ribbed single-piece seat, high-set fenders, twin exhausts, circular mirrors, telescopic front suspension and twin rear shocks.
It seemingly has the same circular and compact lighting units as the Adventure and the engine does look exactly the same as well. As for the wheels, they are wire-spoked too, but are suited for riding on tarmac and dirt trails.
But the vehicles behind the Yezdi Scrambler are much more interesting, because those are 2 versions of the Roadking which will rival the Royal Enfield Meteor 350.
Both sport alloy wheels, split seat and the same primary bodywork. But, the Roadking at the top of the image has a flyscreen, backrest for the passenger, regular mirrors and polished exhaust canisters.
The one at the middle of the image has bar end rear-view mirrors and, instead of the chromed components in the first model, it has blacked parts throughout, like the exhaust cans, casings for the lights, rear suspension top mounts, and the like.
All three models should be unveiled rather soon and they are expected to be powered by a 334cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that makes 30.64 PS and 32.74 Nm in the Jawa Perak.
The transmission will be a 6-speed unit and all the models should come with ABS and be priced competitively to take on multiple Royal Enfield products and the CB350 range from Honda, apart from bikes from Jawa, of course.