Independence Day Special: These 5 bikes in Azad India launched Tehelka, complete history

स्वतंत्रता दिवस स्पेशल: आजाद भारत में इन 5 बाइक्स ने मचाया तहलका, पढ़ें पूरा इतिहासNew Delhi (Auto Desk) India had achieved its independence in 1947 and since then we have witnessed some of the prestigious two-wheeler vehicles that have now become the largest two-wheeler market in the world in seven decades. From the powerful Royal Enfield Bullet, one of the oldest motorcycles was to be sold in free India with two-stroke, which was Yamaha RD350. These motorcycles are still remembered in India today. On the occasion of 72nd Independence Day, today we are going to tell you about the bikes that have become quite popular in India since 1947.
Royal Enfield Bullet

Royal Enfield was one of the first motorcycles to sell the most for India independence. This bike was first used to patrol the border and it is now the most preferred bike in the Indian Army. In 1955, the UK's Royal Enfield and Madras Motors opened a factory in India which is located in Chennai, and assembled Bullet 350 in this factory, which was brought from the Royal Enfield's England factory, Redditch. In 1962, Bullet 350 was manufactured in India by Scratch, and the company started making its 20,000 units annually here. Today 40 years later, the same technology is being used in the Royal Enfield Bullet 350. Now Royal Enfield has completely become a company owned by India's Eicher Motors.
Yazdi Roadking

Yazdi is basically an Indian version of check-original Java motorcycle and it has created many popular bikes in the Indian market after Independence Day. In India, this company started selling bikes from 1973. In the Indian market, Yazdi launched several models, but the most popular model in them was Yazdi Roadking, which was built in the ideal Java factory of Mysore from 1978 to 1996. This bike has a 250cc single-cylinder 2-stroke engine that generates torque of 16bhp and 24Nm of torque.
Hero Honda CD100

Hero Honda's prestigious motorcycle Hero Honda CD100 is still seen on Indian roads. Hero made this motorcycle with Japan's Honda Motor Company in 1983 and it was the first motorcycle in both the companies of India which was launched in 1984 under the name of Hero Honda CD100. In the 80's and 90's, this bike ruled Indian roads. It was India's first 4-stroke 100cc motorcycle.
Yamaha RX 100

It was Yamaha's bike that won the hearts of people in racing. This bike had a 98cc two-stroke engine, which generates 11bhp power at 7,500 rpm and torque of 10.39 nm at 6,500 rpm. The bike's engine was equipped with a 4-speed gearbox. Yamaha had claimed that this bike's top speed at 100kmph was 100kmph. In 1985, 5,000 units of this bike were brought from Japan to Knocked Down kits. After this the production of this bike lasted till 1996.
Yamaha RD 350

Apart from the RX100, Yamaha's second bike RD 350 in 80s was the most loved after the Royal Enfield bullet. However, this bike was sold in India from 1983 to 1989. Yamaha RD350 was the first twin-cylinder performance motorcycle sold in India. In this bike, the 347cc Parelel-Twin Two-Streak engine was given. This engine was able to generate 30.5bhp of power. The top speed of this bike was 140kmph.
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