Royal Enfield Bullet and Yezdi are two of the most iconic retro motorcycles in our market. Having recently been launched, Yezdi could find a worthy competitor in something like a Royal Enfield Scrambler.
This detailed conceptualised Royal Enfield Scrambler could prove to be a great rival to the Yezdi Scrambler. The retro sportbike is in fashion as more and more bike enthusiasts are taking long road trips in some of the most treacherous terrains in the country. A lightweight and tough bike is the need of the hour. Yezdi fits the bill perfectly. Abin_Designs_511 has come up with a Scrambler version of the Royal Enfield as well. These images have been posted on Instagram by the automobile designer. Let us explore this version in a bit of depth.
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Royal Enfield Scrambler – Yezdi Rival
The exterior of the RE Scrambler oozes toughness and ruggedness. By looking at the bike, it feels like it is ready to go anywhere. The metal cage covering the familiar round headlights indicates that it means business. Apart from that, there are old-school rims with spokes, off-road focused wide tyres with large treads for increased traction even on dirt tracks, the black body colour is enhanced by contrasting red inserts and golden exhaust pipe, there are the golden suspension rods at the front, the tail-end is sporty with a huge gap between the seat and tyres highlighting the suspension travel for when there is no tarmac. The rearview mirrors are simple but practical. All in all, it bears similarities with the Yezdi from the outside.
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Available in three variants, (Roadster, Scrambler & Adventure) the Yezdi motorcycle is powered by a 334cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine (paired with a six-speed constant-mesh gearbox) that offers a maximum power of 30 bhp and 29 Nm of torque. The range of Yezdi motorcycles starts at Rs 1.98 lakh and goes all the way up to Rs 2.18 lakh, ex-showroom. Do share your thoughts on what you think of this digital rendering of the Royal Enfield Scrambler or would you still go with something like a Royal Enfield Himalayan?