Classic Yezdi motorcycle modified into a Bobber: watch the video

The iconic motorcycle brand Yezdi is preparing for its official launch in the country, in the first months of 2022. The two-wheeler is quite a cult in India and is still very close to the hearts of many bikers. Over the past few months, Classic Legends, owned by Mahindra & Mahindra, has purchased Yezdi and is preparing to compete with the Royal Enfield Himalayan in the Indian two-wheeler market.

Although the company has not released the new generation Yezdi, the motorcycle has been tested many times and is expected to hit the market soon. That said, it has already created a large following long before the unveiling and many owners of old Yezdi motorcycles have started modifying it. According to a report by CarToq, a video shared by Rathor Motors on their YouTube channel shows one of their recent modifications. The vlogger modified a regular Yezdi motorcycle into a bobber and the video clip gives a quick look at the bike but doesn’t say much about the changes and modifications.

Watch it here:

According to the visuals, the overall color scheme of the motorcycle contains shades of red on the body and black for the other components of the motorcycle. Design-wise, the modified Yezdi sports a new set of wire wheels that are wrapped in chunky tires. The stock front forks give way to another unit, while the front and rear wheels are fitted with disc brakes. The Bobber mod also gets custom fenders front and rear that leave the big tires exposed.

Meanwhile, the Yezdi’s stock headlight is replaced with a small third-party unit. A new instrument console and replacement handlebars with chrome finish have the mirrors placed on them. The custom fuel tank is derived from a current generation Jawa. The driver’s seat is also custom made with tan leather and a small, tidy capsule saddle bag behind it.

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The video does not mention if the engine has been replaced/repaired, but sounds like the original engine when the vlogger starts the bike and the classic bike rhythm can be heard.

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Other visible changes include a reworked frame to achieve the position of the bobber, the rear number plate has been placed on the right side of the bike.

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