Rajdoot Motorcycle: The bike was powered by a 173 cc, 2-stroke engine that generated 7.5 bhp power and 12.7 Nm torque. This model was one of the most popular motorcycles during its time.
Rajdoot Motorcycle Advertisement: Advertisement is the most important way of selling any product. To boost sales, companies often choose celebrities to endorse their products. Something similar was done for the Rajdoot bike as well. Veteran actor Dharmendra used to advertise this motorcycle. The video of this advertisement has recently surfaced again. The strength and reliability of the motorcycle has been shown in this ad. Here we will know how this bike gained popularity and then the bike disappeared from the market. But before that let’s understand this video.
In the video, Dharmendra is shown advertising the Ambassador bike. In this, Dharmendra has been shown riding and drifting on a red ambassador motorcycle. Dharmendra says that this bike is a great and lively question. The actor explains the power of the bike and says that it can lift heavy weights. The bike is then shown carrying some heavy equipment. Dharmendra emphasizes that maintenance is not a hassle, which is why millions of people in the country trust the brand.
Let us tell you that Ambassador is one of the oldest motorcycle brands in the country. The Ambassador SHL M11 motorcycle holds a special place in Indian motorcycling history. The bike was powered by a 173 cc, 2-stroke engine that generated 7.5 bhp power and 12.7 Nm torque. This model was one of the most popular motorcycles during its time. However, there was a time when this bike was trying to make its mark.
Rishi Kapoor started his career in the film Bobby in the early 1970s. He used the Ambassador bike in this film. The film proved to be a blockbuster and the sales of this motorcycle skyrocketed. Due to this film, the motorcycle also got a new name – Bobby Ambassador. But then with the advancement of technology and entry of other brands in the market, the bike lost its sheen. Eventually the company had to shut it down.