As far as the model historical milestones of our brand are concerned, it is without any doubt the motorcycle, popularly known as Pérák, that is written in bold letters in the brand history and that was manufactured in mass series after World War II.
The typically sloping rear part of the motorcycle, the compact design of the motorcycle as a whole, the harmonious, eye-pleasing lines, the stylish single-seater design and, of course, the drop-shaped tank with the logo which conquered the world. All this brings together the historical and contemporary Pérák models.
The new JAWA 350 CL Pérák model is much more advanced from a technical point of view. Of course, it meets the currently applicable EURO 5 standards thanks to its liquid-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC single-cylinder engine with a displacement of 334 cm3 and a power output of 22.54 kW. Although the engine power output is significantly higher in comparison to its older sibling, the JAWA 300 CL engine, it is not used to achieve a higher top speed on this motorcycle, but to significantly improve the engine thrust, and therefore for achieving greater active safety as well. Damping is ensured by a central suspension unit in the rear part of the motorcycle. The BYBRE front disc brake is still complemented by a rear disc brake on this model.
The JAWA 350 CL Pérák motorcycle is manufactured based on a Licence Agreement by the India-based company “Classic Legends Pvt. Ltd.”. Its production is thus directly related to the JAWA motorcycles produced in India in the 1960s, later also known as the YEZDI brand motorcycles.