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7 Vintage Bikes & Scooters That Once Ruled Indian Automobile Market

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Vintage Bikes and Scooters completely revolutionized Indian Automobile Market. You can see almost every bike maker in the world setting up shop in India.

7 Vintage Bikes & Scooters That Once Ruled Indian Automobile Market

In this article, Bike and Scooters enthusiasts will look at the 7 Vintage Bikes & Scooters That Once Ruled Indian Automobile Market ever launched in the country.

Everyone have some memories with old vintage bikes and scooters although over the years many new models have been launched.

1. Royal Enfield Bullet:

Royal Enfield Bullet

The Bullet has existed in India since the start of the 20th century, and due to Royal Enfield Bullet, a number of different manufacturers began to make their way to India like the number three and two on this listing. Royal Enfield Bullet is single cylinder four-stroke motorcycle and build by Royal Enfield motorcycles under license in Chennai India. It gained a huge reputation in India with the introduction of the Bullet 350, which is among its most prosperous products.

2. Rajdoot:


The Rajdoot, is a two-stroke Yamaha bicycle produced in India with cooperation Yamaha Japan. It’s a Certified replica of this Yamaha RD350B, altered to suit Indian state.

3. Yamaha RX 100cc:

Yamaha RX 100

This Yamaha RX 100cc two-stroke bicycle had roughly 11bhp and 10Nm, but that was sufficient firepower for its commuter segment. It was immediately embraced by racers who comprehended its potential for drag racing. It was amazingly trustworthy and may take a beating for many years without visiting a workshop.

4. Kinetic Honda:

Kinetic Honda was two stroke scooters launched (in 1984), and the only in India until the  late 1990s. It is remembered for its legacy two-stroke scooters with continuously variable transmission and electric start, first in India.

5. Bajaj Chetak:

The Bajaj Chetak became the primary selection for nearly everybody in the nation. The design was based on the Vespa a fantastic product and thoroughly functional and created countless Indians mobile.

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6. Hero Puch:

Hero Puch

Hero Puch was played well in India until the end of 2003.The financial cost range with good fuel efficiency made it a best alternative in the nation until the early 2000s.

7. LML Vespa:

LML Vespa engine delivers excellent fuel efficiency and coupled with an eight litre capacity fuel tank. LML Vespa was geared Vespa by Piaggio and produced with cooperation with the Indian scooter and motorcycle manufacturer. The scooter came with two different versions and now offers new yet classic scooter.

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