Legends Pvt. Ltd. has successfully delivered around 2000 units of its Perak model
during this festive period. Classic Legend’s growing sales performance is
boosted by the BS6 variants of Jawa and Jawa forty two models.
Perak, which was showcased in November’18 for the first time and subsequently
launched in November’19, is India’s first factory custom motorcycle. With it’s
never seen before single seater styling, a punchy 334cc liquid-cooled single
cylinder engine packaged in a dark, matte black silhouette, the Perak started
its own category in the Indian motorcycle market.
the arrival of Perak, the bobber segment was predominantly a forte of custom
bike builders who took to modifying existing motorcycles as well as a few
international motorcycle manufacturers who got the models in their line-up via
the expensive CBU route, making them inaccessible to a major chunk of Indian
motorcyclists. With the Perak, Classic Legends brought the bobber culture to
the fore with a motorcycle ‘made’ into a bobber right on the assembly line, in
India, pioneering the ‘Factory Custom’ trend.
Singh Joshi, CEO, Classic Legends Pvt. Ltd. said,“ The fact that we delivered
around 2000 units of Perak in the span starting from Navratri last month is a
testimony to the widespread acceptance of the model, which has carved its own
niche and has been elevated to a cult status within just a few months of
hitting the streets. ..”
added that since the lifting of the lockdown, the company has added 58
dealerships to its existing network . The company plans to increase the
pre-lockdown number of 105 dealerships to 205 by December 2020, he said.
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