Yezdi Roadking Scrambler and ADV Spotted Again Ahead of Launch
As we all know, two Yezdi motorcycles were spotted while road testing a few days back. Now again, the bikes have been spotted ahead of the official launch in India. The upcoming new motorbikes have been spotted once more on the Mumbai-Pune Highway. A Youtuber named Kaif Nasir posted the video on his channel. As we see in the video, there are three bikes visible, out of which, two are scramblers and one is an adventure tourer. The scrambler is likely to be the Roadking, which is going to rival the RE Hunter and Husqvarna Svartpilen 250.
Moreover, the adventure tourer’s name is yet unknown, but it will compete with the Royal Enfield Himalayan and the KTM 250 Adventure. When it comes to the design and features of the Roadking, it has a sweeping flat seat, moderately rear-set footpegs, and a tall handlebar. This creates an upright riding triangle with a sense of sportiness. There are twin exhaust pipes, a beak-like front mudguard, a circular headlight, a tyre hugger, fork gaiters and circular taillights, as well as spoked wheels.
On the other side, the adventure tourer has a circular LED headlight, a beak-like mudguard, fork gaiters, circular taillights and a windscreen to protect the rider from windblasts on roads. It receives a more traditional-looking rear end that does not have a tyre hugger. It does, however, have a silencer on the right side and is an upswept unit. The majority of adventure tourers exclusively use this type of silencer. It also has spoked wheels, thus the tyres will not be tubeless.
In addition, the riding triangle is also very upright, with a tall handlebar, ensuring that the rider does not wear out on lengthy rides. The motorbike seems to be outfitted with saddle stays and a tail rack. As a result, it’s safe to assume that Yezdi will offer some true touring-focused accessories. Braking responsibilities will be handled by a disc in the front and rear of both bikes. We anticipate that the bikes will come standard with a dual-channel ABS.
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