Top 10 Iconic Vintage Bikes Of India Of All Time

Today we are going to talk about Top 10 Iconic Vintage Bikes of India. We all know that very beautiful bikes from the Royal Enfield Bullet to the Yamaha R15 have been ruling the Indian roads for a very long time. But there are some vintage bikes that once roamed the streets of India. Many beautiful Iconic Vintage Bikes were discontinued decades ago but are now returning to the Indian market. So let us gather a little more information about Top 10 Iconic Vintage Bikes of India.

Bajaj Chetak

Bajaj Chetak

This type of bike is known as an Indian made motor scooter. Bajaj Chetak was built by Bajaj Auto Tow Company between 1972 and 2006. This type of bike is named after Indian legend Maharana Pratap's famous horse Chetak. In addition, this type of scooter was considered to be the most popular and iconic scooter for millions of Indian families. Around 1980 the Bajaj Chetak bike's Vespa-licensed design was replaced with an all new home design that shares the same general look and style. And then with the closure of Bajaj Auto Toe, in 2005 the production of a bike called Bajaj Chetak was stopped. And then on October 16, 2019, Bajaj Auto Toe re-entered the space of the scooter by unveiling a new electric version of this type of scooter under the Urbanite EV sub-brand.

Bullet

Bullet

This type of bike was considered to be a single cylinder four stroke motorcycle manufactured in Chennai. In addition, this type of bike is licensed in India by Build Royal Enfield Motorcycles and Bullet is the longest manufactured product in India. In addition, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 and Classic 500 are beautiful models of Royal Enfield motorcycles and have been in production since 2009. This type of bike offers a new unit construction engine in a variety of 350cc and 500cc variants. In addition, this type of bike originally belonged to the Royal Enfield, an overhead-valve single-cylinder four-stroke motorcycle built in Redditch, Worcestershire.

Hero Honda CD 100 SS

Hero Honda CD 100 SS

This type of bike was considered to be the most popular bike in India with high ground clearance. The Hero Honda CD 100 SS was known for its body, style and the best-selling models by Hero Honda. The Op engine used in the Hero Honda CD 100 SS is the Trump card. The design of Hero Honda CD 100 SS also looks very beautiful.

Hero Puch

Hero Puch

This type of bike is known as the two stroke moped offered by the Indian manufacturer. Production of Hero Puch resumed in India in 1988. Hero Puch had three variants called Shakti, 2G and 3G. By the end of 2003, this type of bike had a very good performance in India. Due to the beautiful design of this bike, Hero Puch was quickly accepted by Indian buyers and was a great success for the Hero Puch brand.

Kinetic Honda

Kinetic Honda

This type of bike is considered to be the best two stroke scooters in India due to the joint venture of Kinetic Engineering and Honda Motors. Kinetic Honda is known as one of the other most popular and vintage bikes in India. This type of bike was a joint venture between Kinetic Engineering Limited, India and Honda Motor Company of Japan. Production of the Kinetic Honda brand Stroke Scooters Bu in India was completed between 1984 and 1998. And besides this in fact the Kinetic Honda was based on the Honda NH series. Kinetic Honda was launched in India with continuous variable transmission and electric start.

LML Vespa

LML Vespa

This type of bike was manufactured by Piaggio, manufactured by Indian scooter and motorcycle manufacturer Vespa. The LML Vespa comes with two different versions and in recent times the LML Vespa brand offers new yet classic scooters. In addition, this type of bike failed to maintain a stable position in the market despite the LML Vespa looking good. The LML Vespa was capable of delivering 13.5 bhp of power with 12.8 Nm of torque. Nowadays, the design of LML Vespa is more unique than other bikes, which is why sales of its new models are increasing.

Rajdoot

Rajdoot

This type of bike was considered to be the most powerful two-stroke Yamaha motorcycle ever made in India. Many models of Rajdoot were manufactured in India but due to high fuel consumption Rajdoot did not get commercial success. This type of bike is also known as RD. The Rajdoot is a beautiful motorcycle made in India by a group of escorts between 1983 and 1989. The Rajdoot bike has been promoted in India in collaboration with Yamaha Japan. In recent times the Royal Enfield Bullet has been built primarily by Rajdoot's design and from 1983 to 1989 the Rajdoot was considered to be India's largest motorbike.

Suzuki Samurai

Suzuki Samurai

This type of bike was considered a replica of the two-stroke Suzuki AX100 made by Suzuki. The top speed of Suzuki Samurai was 106 km / h for the Indian market. The Suzuki Shogun and this type of bike had the second highest turkey bike in India. Suzuki Samurai started in 1998 and closed. During that time the Suzuki Samurai was produced with a lightweight and compact design similar to a typical commuter bike.

Yamaha RX 100

Yamaha RX 100

This type of bike was manufactured by Yamaha and the Yamaha RX 100 was distributed in India. This type of bike was assembled in India and was quickly adopted by racers for the possibility of pulling the Yamaha RX 100. In addition, in November 1985, Yamaha launched this type of bike in India for widespread acclaim. In addition, the Yamaha RX 100's weighted body and the resulting power-to-weight ratio with high power output make the Yamaha RX 100 the best 100cc bike ever built for mass production. And due to which, even after many years of production of this type of bike, its demand is still high.

Yezdi

Yezdi

This type of bike was manufactured in Mysore. And Yezdi's engine was a favorite among the Indians. Dual exhausts and a semi-automatic clutch bike called Yezdi were also used by various police forces. And the Yezdi brand bike won many Indian rallies and road races. In addition, this type of bike was a motorcycle manufactured in India between 1978 and 1996 by Ideal Java Limited in Mysore. Yezdi was based on the CZ250 Motocross, ridden by Jaroslav Falta at the 1974 Motocross World Championships. This type of bike was the successor to the short-lived Yazdi Oilking. The Yezdi was the first motorcycle in India to attempt to move from a pre-mixed fuel to a separate oil lube system through an oil pump.

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