Everything about the Yezdi spells nostalgia — from its crabby roar to the legendary twin exhausts. It was the bike that all men aspired for through the 60s, 70s and 80s. Despite the shutdown of production and unavailability of parts, the last three generations seem to agree on at least one thing — love for Yezdi motorcycles. For vintage bikes, restoring mean to bring it back to own shape with a working state, and I personally consent that. However there is other clan who sake restoring towards a new appearance. And, honestly, I stand with the second team for specifically the restoration done by Bombay Custom Works, on a Yezdi Classic 250~ It’s a wowing Brat Yezdi now!
About Yezdi Classic 250: Powered by a 248.5cc, 2-stroke, air-cooled engine, The Yezdi Classic produces a peak torque of 2.1kgm @ 3500rpm. Its clutch plate assembly comprises of 5 friction plates, automatically running in an oil bath during each gear change.
The Classic’s front brake comprises of a twin cam double leading shoe type brake, and a single cam with single leading shoe at the rear. The Classic weighs 131kg, with a wheelbase of 1350mm and a ground clearance of 150mm. (Courtesy – yezdi.com/motorcycles/classic)
Image Courtesy : Bombay Custom Works
Please mention us (350CC.com) when you contact Bombay Custom Works.