Old school motorcycles are still loved by a lot of people across the country. A lot of bike enthusiasts still own two-stroke beauties that were made before the 2000s. Before the stricter emission laws restricted the sale of 2 stroke motorcycles in India, they were quite popular among the masses. One of the major advantages of two-stroke bikes was their quick acceleration and lightweight build which made them quite fun to ride. Bikes likes the Yamaha RX100 and the Yezdi Roadking became very popular during those times, though finding one in good condition today can be quite a task. For the same, we have brought you a fully restored Yezdi Roadking motorcycle which is in excellent condition and is up for sale
The Yezdi Roadking seen above is a 1996 made model, which was also the last year of its production. The seller has not mentioned its odometer reading or the number of owners this bike has seen till date and hence that is something you’ll need to confirm before you buy the bike. What the seller says in the advertisement though is that the bike has been fully restored. Going by the images here, one can easily see that the bike is in pristine condition and has been worked upon recently.
The bike wears a light yellow paint job and is in almost stock condition which is a good thing. No aftermarket parts ruin the look of this Roadking 250. Yezdi branding can be seen on the fuel tank while the Roadking badge is placed on the side panel. A black garnish sides on either side of the fuel tank. At the front, the round headlight features a black grille while the forks have been painted black. The front fender is chrome finished while the rear fender has been painted in a light yellow shade which is the same as the rest of the bike’s body.
Powering this bike is a 250 cc, air-cooled, two-stroke single-cylinder engine that comes paired with a four-speed transmission. The engine pumps out 16 bhp of maximum power at 5,000 rpm and 23.8 Nm of peak torque at 4,250 rpm. The top speed is rated at 120 km/h and the bike weighs just around 140 kg. Braking duties are handled by a 160 mm twin-cam double leading shoe at the front and a 160 mm single cam, single leading shoe type at the rear. Like the Yezdi-Jawa bikes of that era, this one also features cigar-shaped twin exhaust pipes which looks pretty stylish.
The Yezdi Roadking was a rival of the Royal Enfield Bullet in the 90s and became very popular back in the day. In future, Classic Legends is planning to bring the Yezdi bikes back to India but if you want to own a piece of history, here is one for you.
If interested, you can take check out more details about this Yezdi Roadking and contact its seller here.