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20th International Jawa-Yezdi Day to be hosted in Bengaluru

Written by Nayak

Jawa-Yezdi Motorcycles have announced Sunday, 10th July as the date to celebrate the 20th International Jawa-Yezdi Day. This is a big event that will take place at St. Joseph’s Indian High School Ground in Bengaluru. The main event will host the Jawa Yezdi Kommuniti, alongside their prized Jawa and Yezdi models. This will include pristine classics to the all-new range available currently at the showrooms. Motorcycles will play a key central role in this event.

Although there are other events that will comprise activities centred around fun and nostalgia. The aim is to bring out the beauty, simplicity, thrill, and ruggedness of the Jawa and Yezdi models. The event expects to draw interest from a host of loyal brand enthusiasts and remarkable personalities from the Jawa Yezdi Kommuniti. Furthermore, other club-level events are also planned in many cities across the country. Jawa Yezdi dealerships across the country will also host rides in their respective locations.

Other Updates

Jawa Yezdi Motorcycle recently started off a service initiative for its Kommuniti members. This will particularly come in handy for the riders planning out road trips across the country. The initiative will offer free service support to the riders on the way to Ladakh. And in addition to this, the service initiative will also span across the other major access routes. With the increase in the number of motorcycling trip events, the service centres in major cities along the route will also provide all the necessary services and crucial support to the riders. Interestingly Jawa has also announced complimentary and free of charge labour charges for periodic service and running repairs.

Jawa Yezdi recently conducted the first-ever Ladakh International Music Festival (LIMF). The event led by the Indian Army was set up to promote the local talent for their love for music. This festival was quite successful as it attracted a wide lineup of renowned local artists and popular Indian bands.

Also Read: Jawa-Yezdi Motorcycles kickstart a service initiative.