Jawa Perak Bobber

The Jawa Perak bobber can be booked for Rs 10,000 which is completely refundable. The deliveries are scheduled to begin on 2 April 2020. Reported to be the first factory-custom bobber in India, Jawa Perak will add more variety to the product range of the two-wheeler manufacturer which also includes Jawa and Jawa Forty Two.

The Jawa Perak Bobber features a black- theme and comes with a single seat tan-, black- engine, exhaust wheels and spoke wheels. The console has a compact design with only a speed meter, an odometer and a combustible indicator.

The single- 334cc liquid- engine is larger than the Jawa and Jawa Forty Two 293cc engine. It also produces more power and torque at 30PS and 31Nm than the other two bikes. While the other two Jawas get the same 6-speed gearbox and double- frame, the Jawa Perak features a longer swingarm.

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In comparison to twin shocks on other Jawa motorcycles, the suspension function is performed by telescopic forks up front and a mono-shock package at the rear. Twin disk brakes with ABS dual channel as standard are the stopping power. This is also longer than other Jawa engines than its swing neck.

The Perak is a historic Jawa brand, and the name of a factory bobber was revived by the company. The motorcycle was first seen during the brand’s launch and was now launched officially in the country after one year.

Jawa Perak Bobber Price in India

In November 2018, Jawa announced the Perak, next to the 42 and the Jawa, but at the time, only the first two were released. The Perak finally began in November 2019.

Jawa Perak price in India starts at Rs.1.95 Lakhs (Ex-Showroom)

The Jawa Perak is the cheapest bobber in the country at present. Some bobbers on the Indians market are Triumph Bonneville for Rs. 10.28 lakh (ex Showroom); Harley Davidson Street Bob (Ex-showroom) for Rs. 13.15 lakh former scout (Ex-Showroom) and Harley Davidson Street Bob.

Jawa Perak price is considered as very satisfying for a bike like this much features and good looks. Jawa perak price is accepted by the Indian people.

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However, the Jawa Perak will battle with the Royal Enfield Classic 350 and the Benelli Imperiale 400 at the price of Rs 1.95 lakh (ex-showroom)

Jawa Perak Bobber Prices in India are as follows:

New Delhi, Delhi₹ 2.05 Lakh On-Road Price
Mumbai, Maharashtra₹ 2.11 Lakh On-Road Price
Bangalore, Karnataka₹ 2.21 Lakh On-Road Price
Hyderabad, Telangana₹ 2.15 Lakh On-Road Price
Chennai, Tamil Nadu₹ 2.13 Lakh On-Road Price
Kolkata, West Bengal₹ 2.06 Lakh On-Road Price
Ahmedabad, Gujarat₹ 2.09 Lakh On-Road Price

Perak Specifications

Jawa Perak is equipped with a single-cylinder 334cc liquid-cooled engine, which produces 30 hp and 31Nm torque and is connected to a six-speed gearbox.

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A new double cage frame with telescopic front forks and rear mono-shock thumper is used in the underpinnings. Braking is achieved with normal ABS on front and rear disk brakes.

Jawa Perak Bobber Specifications are as follows:

Engine & Transmission

Engine CC334cc
No. of cylinder1
Max Power 30 bhp
Max Torque31 nm
Valves per Cylinder4
Fuel Delivery Carburetor
Cooling systemLiquid-cooled
Starting MechanismSelf Start
No. of gears6

Wheels & Braking 

Wheel Size 18 Inches
Wheel TypeSpoke Wheels 
Front Tyre 100/90-18
Rear Tyre 140/70-17
Front Brake Disc 
Rear BrakeDisc
Front Disc280 mm
Rear Disc240 mm
Tyre TypeTubeless

Dimensions & Weight

Weight 179 Kg
Lenght 2122 mm
Width789 mm
Height1165 mm
Wheelbase1485 mm
Seat Height750 mm

Jawa Perak Electricals 

HeadlightHalogen
Tail Light LED
Turn Signal LampBulb
LED Tail lightsYes
Low Battery indicatorYes

Jawa Perak Key Features

ABSDual-Channel
SpeedometerAnalog
OdometerDigital 
Fuel GaugeAnalog
ConsoleAnalogue & digital
Twin ExhaustsNo
Low oil IndicatorsYes
Pass SwitchYes

Fuel Capacity 

Mileage35 KMPL
Fuel tank Capacity14 Liters
Overall Riding range490 Km
Fuel TypeNormal Petrol

Jawa Perak Story

The Jawa Perak motorcycle dates back to war-torn Europe when Czechoslovakia was under German control as the birthplace of the Jawa motorcycle. Jawa was shut down dramatically as the SS took over their plants and used them to keep Nazi military equipment going and serviced well. A team of Jawa engineers, headed by Dr. J Frei, was working in secret on a new project in the darkness of this dark time. This team, which included Josef Jozil and Rudolphe Vykoukal, realized that the risks of war could not last forever and that one day the world would be ready for a new Jawa motorbike

Jawa unveiled the story behind the name in an animated clip that traces the Jawa Perak story. It is said that a mysterious figure appeared in Prague at the end of World War II, following the Nazi invasion of the then Czechoslovakia. The man was also said to take a giant jump, receiving the nickname ‘the Spring Man,’ clad in all-black and assumed to rise from the gloom. 

The guy behind this character was little talked about, but he quickly came to be synonymous with optimism against the continuing injustice. The sign was called ‘Perak’ later. The tale of the urban legend goes on to tell the efforts by the Nazis to catch and execute Perak have been in vain.

On the night of May 8, 1945, when World War II truce was declared, Perak was seen riding a motorcycle out of Prague, never to be seen again – except, possibly, when the urban legend began the way from Czech mythology to its popular culture; Perak, the Prague Spring Man, appeared in many local movies, comic books, and novels.

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