The retro Yezdi CLII looks completely new and ready to rule the road once again and the entire credit goes to Autologue design
For those of you who are unaware of the fact, Autologue design was launched back in the year 2013 by Mukul Nanda and Indian Cricketer Yuvraj Singh. Their objective was to provide different options and solution for automotive enthusiasts. They mainly deal with motorcycle modification, Body kits, and various motorcycle accessories.
Autologue design recently restored an old Yezdi CL II model to showroom condition. For those of you who are unaware of the fact that Yezdi was actually the name for the Jawa bikes in India. The Yezdi CLII was a well-known motorcycle at that time and it was preferred mostly because of its macho styling. One of the most unique feature that the motorcycle was famous for was that its kickstart also doubled up as a gear lever. While it also has a 4-speed gearbox back then with 1 up and 3 down pattern.
Coming back to this restored motorcycle. The best part of this entire restoration project is that Autologue design did not try to add any touches of their own. What they did instead was they kept the original motorcycle intact so that the modern generation could actually get a taste of what this motorcycle was all about back in its glory days.
If we take a look towards the front Autologue design has kept the original face intact. The Yezdi CLII model gets the same kind of headlamp and handlebar setup which was seen on the original motorcycle. While the fuel tank too looks identical to the stock motorcycle. What has changed though is that chrome treatment which was seen in the original motorcycle fuel tank has now been replaced with a Black paint job. The Black paint goes well with the overall blue theme of the motorcycle.
However, the biggest change on the motorcycle is the saddle. Autologue design has fitted a newly designed brown saddle which is going well with the overall retro theme. The rest of the motorcycle parts including the rims, silencer, engine block and the frame have been blacked out completely.
For those of you who are unaware of the fact the Yezdi CLII was powered by a 250 cc, two-stroke engine that produced around 13 Bhp of peak power and 20.6 Nm of peak torque at that time. Classic legends recently re-introduced the Jawa brand in India and launched two new motorcycles while some reports also suggest that they will also resurrect the Yezdi brand in India as well soon.