World Motorcycle Day 2024: 5 Iconic Bikes That Are Long Lost

Rajdoot SHL M11

Rajdoot SHL M11

Rajdoot SHL M11 holds a special place in Indian motorcycle history with its 173cc 2-stroke engine producing 7.5hp and 12.7Nm of torque, marking it as one of the oldest and most iconic brands in the country.


Hero Honda CD 100


The Hero Honda CD 100, featuring a 97cc 4-stroke engine delivering 7.5hp and 7.16Nm of torque, offered an astonishing mileage of 80kmpl, making it a favourite for its affordability and reliability.

Yamaha RX 100


The Yamaha RX100, with its 98cc 2-stroke engine producing 10.8hp, was a legend until its discontinuation in 1996 due to emission norms. It remains cherished, with enthusiasts willing to pay more than its original cost.


Yamaha Enticer


The Yamaha Enticer, India's first real cruiser, captivated young Indians with its stylish looks and affordable price. It was powered by a 123cc engine, generating 11hp and 10.4Nm of torque.


Hero Honda Karizma


Launched in 2003, the Hero Honda Karizma quickly became popular among youngsters with its 223cc engine producing 19.2hp and 19.35Nm of torque. Though discontinued, its legacy continues with the Karizma ZMR.