Weekly Two-wheeler News Wrap Up: Jawa Cruiser Spotted, Yezdi India Launch Date, Suzuki Access 125 New Colours & More

Modified On Jan 1, 2022 08:01 AM By Punya Sharma for Yezdi Roadster

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The last week of 2021 brought some interesting announcements with it

Twenty Twenty-Two is upon us. But before we leave the last year in the dust, here’s a quick look back at the top five two-wheeler news stories from the final week of 2021:

Yezdi India Launch Date Announced
Classic Legends is planning to start 2022 with a bang, particularly by resurrecting the Yezdi brand on January 13, 2022.

And we expect two new bike launches from Yezdi: Roadking Scrambler and Adventure, with both having been spotted already in production-ready avatars. Get all details in our latest story on the Yezdi Adventure.

Jawa Cruiser Spotted Again, To Rival Royal Enfield Meteor 350

Jawa Cruiser Spotted Again
Along with the Yezdis, Classic Legends is also working on a new Jawa cruiser bike. The bike was recently spotted testing for the third time this year, still wrapped in camouflage. Compared to the existing Jawas, the new cruiser will feature revised ergonomics and a unique design. It is likely to be Jawa’s answer to the Royal Enfield Meteor 350.

Suzuki Burgman Street & Access 125 Get New Colours
To round off the year in style, Suzuki introduced new colours for its highest-selling scooters, Burgman Street and the Access 125.

The Suzuki Access 125 gets three new colours: Metallic Dark Greenish Blue, Metallic Matte Black, and Glossy Grey. The first two are offered in the standard variant, while the latter is exclusive to the Bluetooth-equipped variant. Meanwhile, the Burgman Street only gets the Glossy Grey colour for both variants.


New BGauss Electric Scooters Incoming
Coming to electrics, Indian EV manufacturer BGauss has stated its plans to launch two new electric scooters early next year. Both are claimed to be high-speed offerings meant to rival the Hero Electric Photon and Okinawa Praise Pro. We suggest you check out our exclusive news story for expected launch dates, prices, and more details.

Ola Electric Hypercharger Network Setup Begins Across The Country

Ola Electric Hypercharger Network: Now A Reality
Soon after commencing deliveries of the S1 and S1 Pro, Ola Electric has now started setting up its Hypercharger Network across the country. To begin with, these Hyperchargers are being installed at Bharat Petroleum pumps and residential complexes, and Ola plans to set up over 4000 of these by the end of 2022.

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