· The highly-awaited event was held across the country with major celebrations planned in Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Cochin, Pune & Jaipur
· Participants experienced a diverse range of exciting events such as vintage motorcycle exhibitions, group rides, technical workshops, and interactive sessions with industry experts
· Riders of all ages came together to showcase their cherished motorcycles and share stories about their memorable experiences on these legendary bikes.
Bangalore, July 10, 2023: On Sunday, motorcycle enthusiasts and vintage bike aficionados came together to celebrate the 21st edition of International Jawa Yezdi Day. This special event honoured the enduring legacy of Jawa and Yezdi motorcycles, iconic machines that have captured the hearts of riders for decades. The successful event saw participation of more than 10,000 attendees, across different cities, including Bengaluru, Delhi NCR, Cochin, Pune, Chennai and Jaipur.
The International Jawa Yezdi Day, organized by passionate enthusiasts and supported by diverse ardent motorcycle clubs and communities, served as a platform for individuals to share their love for these legendary motorcycles. Participants gathered in their respective regions, organizing meetups, group rides, exhibitions, and various other activities to pay tribute to the heritage of Jawa and Yezdi motorcycles.
This year’s International Jawa Yezdi Day witnessed an exceptional turnout, with riders of all ages coming together to showcase their cherished motorcycles and share stories about their memorable experiences on these legendary bikes. Vintage Jawa and Yezdi motorcycles were prominently displayed, reflecting the rich history and craftsmanship that have made these brands a timeless symbol of motorcycle excellence.
Commenting on the substantial turnout, Mr. Ashish Singh Joshi, CEO, Jawa Yezdi Motorcycles, said; “The International Jawa Yezdi Day is a testament to the lasting impact these motorcycles have on the Indian riding community. It is truly remarkable to witness the dedication and enthusiasm displayed by Jawa and Yezdi enthusiasts from diverse geographical landscapes. Together, we honour the legacy of these iconic motorcycles, reviving the essence of timeless craftsmanship. This event not only celebrates the iconic motorcycles themselves but also the spirit of adventure, freedom, and community that they represent.”
Throughout the day, participants engaged in lively discussions, swapped technical knowledge, and celebrated the camaraderie fostered by their shared passion for Jawa and Yezdi motorcycles. Attendees had the opportunity to marvel at restored classics, rare models, and customized bikes, highlighting the versatility and individuality that these motorcycles embody. Owners of these classic motorbikes proudly displayed the rarest and most precious models at the event. On this occasion, the company also unveiled its community-focused app platform that will enable its community to share their ride experiences and also get access to a host of trips and experiences curated just for them.
The event saw a host of classic collector edition motorcycles from the original CZ’s , to the latest Yezdi Roadkings which were on display in the Bangalore edition. Nationally around 400+ vintage Jawas and Yezdis took part in the event.
The success of International Jawa Yezdi Day further demonstrates the enduring popularity of these motorcycles and the continued growth of the Jawa and Yezdi community. Enthusiasts eagerly anticipate future iterations of this annual event, which promises to bring together even more riders and fans to celebrate the timeless legacy of Jawa and Yezdi motorcycles.