Top 10 Iconic Vintage Bikes of India

Check out the most iconic vintage bikes in India some of were discontinued decades ago but coming back in the Indian market.


Royal Enfield Bullet was single cylinder four-stroke motorcycle produced at Chennai. Bullet build by Royal Enfield motorcycles under license in India and has longest unchanged production.


Yezdi Roadking motorcycle was produced in Mysore and engines were a favorite among the Indians. The dual exhausts and a semi-automatic clutch motorcycles was also used by various police forces and the bike won several Indian rallies and road races.


Rajdoot was most powerful two-stroke Yamaha motorcycle made in India. The Rajdoot 350 was produced in India but because of high fuel consumption it was not a commercial success.

Yamaha RX 100

Yamaha RX 100 was manufactured by Yamaha and distributed in India. The RX 100 were assembled in India and quickly adopted by racers for potential in drag racing.

Suzuki Samurai

Suzuki Samurai was a copy of two-stroke Suzuki AX100 made by Suzuki for the Indian market with a top speed of 106 km/h. Suzuki Shogun and Suzuki Shaolin was another most torquier bike of India, Launched in 1998 and discontinued.

Bajaj Chetak

Bajaj Chetak was the most popular and iconic scooter for millions of Indian families. The Hamara Bajaj Indian made motor scooter was named after Chetak, horse of Indian warrior Rana Pratap Singh.

Hero Puch

Hero Puch was performed extremely well in India till the end of 2003. The company was founded by Johann Puch in Austria and then sold entire production line of Puch Maxi Plus to Hero Motors.

LML Vespa

LML Vespa was produced by the Indian scooter and motorcycle manufacturer geared Vespa by Piaggio. The scooter came with two different versions and now offers new yet classic scooter.

Hero Honda CD 100 SS

Hero Honda CD 100 SS was one of the most popular bike in India with higher ground clearance. The bikes was known for its body, style and one of the best-selling models by Hero Honda.

Kinetic Honda

Kinetic Honda was best two stroke scooters in India with joint venture of Kinetic Engineering and Honda Motors. Other most popular and vintage bikes in India are Kinetic Luna, Hero Honda Street, Bajaj M80, TVS Suzuki Shogun and Rajdoot GTS 175 or Bobby,Yezdi Jawa, Hero Honda Splendour and Yamaha RX 135.

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