Classic Legends delivered 500 new Java and Yezdi motorcycles on Saturday. The company planned to distribute Gudi Padwa festival on the occasion of Marathi New Year.
Classic Legends said in a statement that the deliveries occurred simultaneously across 19 of the brand’s dealership touchpoints across Maharashtra. The company has supplied models from both Java and Yezdi line-up motorcycles.
Ashish Singh Joshi, CEO of Classic Legends, said, “On this auspicious day, we are delighted to be able to add color to the festivities by giving away the keys to their favorite Java and Yazdi models to motorcycle enthusiasts. As we return to normalcy after the epidemic, we’re excited about the response we’re getting and looking forward to adding more riders to our community this year. “
Classic Legends is an Indian company founded in 2018, to reintroduce iconic marquee motorcycle brands in the market. Java is a motorcycle brand in the Czech Republic. It entered the Indian market in the early 1960s. Now the brand is under Mahindra & Mahindra.
Classic Legends owns the rights to the most popular motorcycle brands seen in India, such as Java and Yazdi. Classic Legends brings the Jawa brand back to the Indian market in 2018.
There are three bikes in the Java line-up: Java, Java forty-two and Perak. The three bikes were released at the same time. This year, the company has expanded its presence in the market by launching three new Yezdi bikes: Adventure, Scrambler and Roadstar.
The brand currently has a network of 300+ dealerships across India and plans to take this number further to reach more modern classic motorcycle enthusiasts.