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Yezdi Roadking ADV and Scrambler spied again: Will Rival Royal Enfield Himalayan and Scram 411

Classic Legends will be launching new motorcycles on January 13th. The new motorcycles are expected to come under the Yezdi nameplate. There will be two new motorcycles, an adventure tourer and a scrambler. The adventure tourer could be called the Roadking whereas the other motorcycle could simply be called Scrambler. Now, both the new motorcycles have been spotted again on the Indian roads.

 

 

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The video has been shared on Instagram by b.choww. In the video, we can see both the motorcycles but they are camouflaged heavily. The ADV will be going against the Royal Enfield Himalayan and it seems like the ADV was closely benchmarked against it. Moreover, the Scrambler will be competing against the upcoming Royal Enfield Scram 411.

Yezdi Scrambler

Yezdi Roadking ADV and Scrambler spied again: Will Rival Royal Enfield Himalayan and Scram 411

From the spy shots, we know that the Scrambler will come with a single-piece seat that will have multiple slats. There will be twin front mudguards, a circular headlamp, fork gaiters, circular turn indicators, raised tail section and a circular LED tail lamp. There will also be twin exhausts too. It is running on spoked wheels so we expect the motorcycle to not come with tubeless tyres.

Yezdi Roadking

Yezdi Roadking ADV and Scrambler spied again: Will Rival Royal Enfield Himalayan and Scram 411

Yezdi Roadking looks like an adventure tourer. There will be a large fuel tank with mounts for the jerry cans and tank bag. Up-front, there is a circular LED headlamp with LED Daytime Running Lamp, twin mudguards and a tall windscreen to protect the rider from windblast. The Roadking will be more comfortable with its upright ergonomics and a wide handlebar.

Yezdi Roadking ADV and Scrambler spied again: Will Rival Royal Enfield Himalayan and Scram 411

Unlike the scrambler, the Roadking will come with split seats so it is expected to be more comfortable than the single-piece seat. It seems like there is also a rear luggage rack. There is also a digital instrument cluster. Unlike the scrambler, the Roadking will come with a single-sided up-swept exhaust. It also has spoked wheels with tube-type tyres and LED tail lamps. The motorcycle has also been spotted with pannier mounts so we expect Yezdi to offer official touring accessories.

Engine and gearbox

Both motorcycles are expected to be powered by a 334 cc, single-cylinder engine that is liquid-cooled. The engine is capable of producing 30 bhp of max power and 32 Nm of peak torque. It will come mated to a 6-speed gearbox which comes with a slip and assist clutch. This is the same engine that we have seen on Jawa Perak which is currently the flagship motorcycle of Jawa.

Will share components

The Scrambler and the Roadking will share quite a bit of part with each other. They will be based on the same platform, have the same headlamp and tail lamp design. Both will be using the same braking hardware which is expected to be sourced from ByBre and there would be dual-purpose tyres on both the motorcycles. Suspension duties will be done by conventional front forks and a mono-shock at the rear.  The ADV will have more suspension travel than the Scrambler.