Czech brand brings Himalayan competition

 The Yezdi brand has Czech roots, Indian investors and a new flagship that is amazingly similar to Royal Enfield's Himalayan.

Behind the comeback of the Czech brand Yezdi stands with "Classic Legends" the same Indian company that revived Jawa and BSA, while behind Classic Legends is the huge Mahindra group. And while we expect more large-displacement motorcycles and electric two-wheelers from BSA, the brand with British roots, Yezdi seems to be clearly orienting itself towards Royal Enfield as a competitor.  Yezdi model with Jawa single cylinder Pictures of the Yezdi models that are currently being tested in India are already in circulation and give a first impression of where the journey is headed. One model rolls up in scrambler style, while another is designed more towards adventure bikes and is very reminiscent of the Royal Enfield Himalayan. Above all, the two front fenders and the wide handlebars indicate that the Enfield Enduro model was standing.  The new Yezdis will be powered by the 334 cc single cylinder from the Jawa Perak. With the Perak, the peak power is 30.6 HP and 32.7 Nm, with the Yezdi, however, the set-up could be different.  A third Yezdi is not yet in sight, but rumors are already circulating that another Yezdi roadster is to come. So it stands to reason that this model draws its inspiration from the Yezdi Roadking or the CL-II of yesteryear.  "Roadking" protected under trademark law. It is not yet clear which of the three bikes will bear this name. However, at the beginning of November, pictures of a Yezdi in series-ready trim were circulating for a short time. The fuel tank was clearly recognizable with a classic-looking tank cap, blue horizontal stripes and the Yezdi brand logo.  CONCLUSION We are excited to see what these bikes will look like when they hit the market and whether they will find their way overseas. That would be possible because the strict Indian emissions standard corresponds to our Euro 5 standard.

Behind the comeback of the Czech brand Yezdi stands with "Classic Legends" the same Indian company that revived Jawa and BSA, while behind Classic Legends is the huge Mahindra group. And while we expect more large-displacement motorcycles and electric two-wheelers from BSA, the brand with British roots, Yezdi seems to be clearly orienting itself towards Royal Enfield as a competitor.

Yezdi model with Jawa single cylinder

Pictures of the Yezdi models that are currently being tested in India are already in circulation and give a first impression of where the journey is headed. One model rolls up in scrambler style, while another is designed more towards adventure bikes and is very reminiscent of the Royal Enfield Himalayan. Above all, the two front fenders and the wide handlebars indicate that the Enfield Enduro model was standing.

The new Yezdis will be powered by the 334 cc single cylinder from the Jawa Perak. With the Perak, the peak power is 30.6 HP and 32.7 Nm, with the Yezdi, however, the set-up could be different.

Behind the comeback of the Czech brand Yezdi stands with "Classic Legends" the same Indian company that revived Jawa and BSA, while behind Classic Legends is the huge Mahindra group. And while we expect more large-displacement motorcycles and electric two-wheelers from BSA, the brand with British roots, Yezdi seems to be clearly orienting itself towards Royal Enfield as a competitor.  Yezdi model with Jawa single cylinder Pictures of the Yezdi models that are currently being tested in India are already in circulation and give a first impression of where the journey is headed. One model rolls up in scrambler style, while another is designed more towards adventure bikes and is very reminiscent of the Royal Enfield Himalayan. Above all, the two front fenders and the wide handlebars indicate that the Enfield Enduro model was standing.  The new Yezdis will be powered by the 334 cc single cylinder from the Jawa Perak. With the Perak, the peak power is 30.6 HP and 32.7 Nm, with the Yezdi, however, the set-up could be different.  A third Yezdi is not yet in sight, but rumors are already circulating that another Yezdi roadster is to come. So it stands to reason that this model draws its inspiration from the Yezdi Roadking or the CL-II of yesteryear.  "Roadking" protected under trademark law. It is not yet clear which of the three bikes will bear this name. However, at the beginning of November, pictures of a Yezdi in series-ready trim were circulating for a short time. The fuel tank was clearly recognizable with a classic-looking tank cap, blue horizontal stripes and the Yezdi brand logo.  CONCLUSION We are excited to see what these bikes will look like when they hit the market and whether they will find their way overseas. That would be possible because the strict Indian emissions standard corresponds to our Euro 5 standard.

A third Yezdi is not yet in sight, but rumors are already circulating that another Yezdi roadster is to come. So it stands to reason that this model draws its inspiration from the Yezdi Roadking or the CL-II of yesteryear.

"Roadking" protected under trademark law. It is not yet clear which of the three bikes will bear this name. However, at the beginning of November, pictures of a Yezdi in series-ready trim were circulating for a short time. The fuel tank was clearly recognizable with a classic-looking tank cap, blue horizontal stripes and the Yezdi brand logo.

CONCLUSION

We are excited to see what these bikes will look like when they hit the market and whether they will find their way overseas. That would be possible because the strict Indian emissions standard corresponds to our Euro 5 standard.

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