Although the Yezdi Adventure and Scrambler have been spotted, the Roadking remains elusive
The upcoming Yezdi Adventure and Scrambler motorcycles have been spotted with only weeks left before the official relaunch of the resurrected brand set to take place on 13th January 2022.
These images were shared with us by MotorBeamer Sarang Ghanwat who saw both motorcycles being tested together near Pune.
The adventure motorcycle has already been seen in production-ready form and this development mule looks identical to it sporting a tall flyscreen, wide mirrors, minimalist tank with a rack, split seat, upswept exhaust, and simple, round lights.
It rides on staggered wire-spoked wheels and features a disc brake on each end. Moreover, the adventure bike’s single-cylinder engine has machine-polished fins too.
This Royal Enfield Himalayan rival will come with a high-set digital instrument cluster, and tonnes of bespoke accessories should be available for it as well.
Seen along with the recently spotted Yezdi adventure is the Scrambler and it has the same lighting units as its cousin that is made to go anywhere.
Featuring a high-set handlebar and circular mirrors, the motorcycle has a much rounded petrol tank, a flat seat, a simple pillion passenger grab rail and mudguard.
The bike also features a tyre hugger, telescopic front suspension, twin rear shocks, and dual exhaust pipes. It has the same engine as the Yezdi Adventure.
Speaking of which, the liquid-cooled motor is said to displace 334cc and push out a maximum of 30.64 PS and 32.74 Nm of torque. it will be teamed to a 6-speed transmission.
The brand also has another model up its sleeve and that is the Roadking which will primarily compete against the Royal Enfield Meteor 350.