Indian roads are known for witnessing a plethora of stunning bikes that add charm to the commute. With the changing times, there are certain bikes that have become a rare sight on the roads, leaving people longing for their nostalgic beauty. One such bike, which was once popular in the 70s but eventually faded into obscurity, is poised for a grand comeback. The much-loved bike, known as the “Rajdoot Excel T”, is set to be relaunched by the company, evoking a strong sense of nostalgia and excitement among bike enthusiasts.

The Rajdoot Excel T is known for capturing the hearts of people with its distinct sound and regal presence on the roads. This formidable bike is set to make a grand re-entry into the Indian market after a long hiatus. The company is gearing up to commence production and reignite the charm of this iconic bike. This bike has a strong legacy, having created a buzz on the roads for nearly 30 years, with its superb mileage and remarkable features.

The re-launched version is expected to incorporate new technology, although the company has not provided official details regarding the launch. The Rajdoot Excel T was known for its unique features, including a two-channel carburetor, which ensured the perfect mix of air and petrol, resulting in an exceptional mileage. The bike also boasted a 173 cc engine, lightweight construction, and a generous 13-liter fuel tank capacity, allowing for a comfortable ride spanning up to 700 kilometers on a full tank.

With its exceptional features and the promise of modern upgrades, the re-launched Rajdoot Excel T is expected to bring back a touch of nostalgia while offering a cutting-edge riding experience. Its upcoming arrival is eagerly awaited by biking enthusiasts, and it is poised to compete with the likes of Royal Enfield and Yamaha in the market. The return of the “Rajdoot Excel T” is indeed a significant moment for bike lovers and marks the revival of a timeless classic in the Indian biking landscape.

 Rajdoot Excel
Rajdoot Excel


– Many excellent bikes can be seen on the roads of India that add charm to the journey
– A bike from the 70s, known as the ‘Road Queen’, might be relaunched by the company
– This bike, known as the Rajdoot Excel T, used to be popular for its powerful sound and features
– The company is planning to begin production of this bike again, which will compete with Royal Enfield and Yamaha
– The bike included unique features like a two-channel carburetor, good mileage, a 173cc engine, and a spacious fuel tank
– The company has not officially announced its launch, but it is expected to include new technology

Sonu Roy is originally a resident of Samastipur district of Bihar, has been working as a writer in digital journalism for the last 4 years. In his career of 4 years, he has good experience from politics, automobile, motivation, sports to technology field.