Iconic Bike: Youths were fascinated by the speed of Yezdi Monarch
September 01, 2023 | 09:36 am
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Ideal Jawa launched in India iconic bike The speed of Yezdi Monarch had made the youth crazy.
Due to its low weight and top speed of 120 km/h compared to other Yezdi bikes, it two wheelers became a popular choice.
It was the company’s C-Type bike that hit the market in the 1990s. Even though the Yezdi Manark has been discontinued, it is still alive in the used bike market.
Its look was different from other Yezdi bikes
Talking about the design of Yezdi Monarch, it is different Yezdi It was a bit different from the traditional look of the bike. The headlight of this bike was a little smaller than his.
It was built on the chassis of the Yezdi 175 and got a tall and firm seat for a comfortable ride.
Its weight was less (136 kg) as compared to other Yezdi bikes. With 1,370mm wheelbase and 180mm of ground clearance, it looked big in size.
Accelerates from 0-60 km/h in just 4.1 seconds
The Maynark was powered by the same 250cc 2-stroke, single cylinder, air-cooled engine as the Roadking, which produced 16bhp power and 24Nm torque.
It could accelerate from 0-60 km/h in 4.1 seconds. Braking was done by a twin cam double leading shoe at the front and a single cam leading shoe at the rear.
For suspension, the bike got telescopic forks with hydraulic shock absorbers at the front and hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear.
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