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Meet the 2012 Yamaha FX Nytro MTX 162 – a fast sled that can tackle anything you throw at it. As far as power is concerned, the sled is propelled by a 4-stroke, 3-cylinder, 2-valves, liquid-cooled engine with a displacement of 1,049 cc.

Among the improvements made for 2012 you’ll find the new Ascent track, single-piece extrovert drivers, MT-9 mountain skis and new graphics. Moreover, the sled’s seat has been also improved, offering better anti-sag properties in the foam and a more durable seat cover.

The 2012 Yamaha FX Nyto MTX 162 rides on a plush suspension that was carefully tweaked to put the rider’s comfort on the first place. It consists of Fox Float 2 and Fox Float XV shocks that are combined with a new shallow approach angle and new lightweight rails with the designed semi-couple.

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Yamaha launched its fresh 850cc street-focused triple with a starting price of only £6799. The new bike was especially created for the European market and features a sharp style, an upright riding position and a modern 850cc traverse three cylinder power plant.

As far as performance is concerned, Yamaha claims that its 850 cc unit delivers a maximum output of 115 hp at 10500 rpm and 62 lbft of torque at 8500 rpm which put the MT-09 in direct competition with models like the Ducati Monster, Triumph Speed Triple, and even BMW F800.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by an all new CF aluminium die-cast frame which is lightweight and stiff offering a great overall balance at high speeds.

The light frame is combined with a pair of light 10-spoke alloy wheels that are shod in newly-developed radial tyres - 120/70ZR17 at the front and 180/55ZR17 at the rear.

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With its impressive design language and the mighty roar, the Ymaha MT-03 is eager to attack the roads with poise. The Yamaha MT-03’s character is so unique that it had to be created a special niche for itself. The new “roadster motard” puts versatility on top of the list and it can be easily considered the perfect partner for any type of road.

The motorcycle is powered by the same engine as the Yamaha XT660 namely a smooth, fuel injected liquid-cooled, 660cc unit that puts out 35.0 kW (48PS) at 6,250 rpm and 56.2 Nm (5.73 kg-m) of torque at 5,500 rpm. These numbers are far from being impressive, but the motorcycle recovers this lost terrain in terms of handling.

Therefore, Yamaha’s engineers have spent a lot of time on making the MT-03 as agile as possible. They did it by moving the motorcycle’s weight as far forward as possible. Due to the smart emplacement of the engine, battery, swingarm and other elements, Yamaha obtained a weight distribution of 52/48% front/rear, giving the motorcycle a great front end feel.

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The Yamaha XJR 1300 is an imposing motorcycle that demands respect. Its old school design was carefully forged to suit perfectly to the unstoppable character of the motorcycle and every part of the bike inspires power. We especially like the big, headlight and the muscular fuel tank which work perfectly with the fat tires and the spacious seat.

The motorcycle is powered by an air-cooled 1,251cc engine with four valves per cylinder and fuel injection. The engine is linked to a constant mesh transmission and delivers a maximum output of 71.9 kW (98PS) at 8,000 rpm and 108.4 Nm (11.1 kg-m) at 6,000 rpm.

Other features that are worthy of being noted include the 43 mm front forks, three-spoke alloys, tubular steel frame and the massive monobloc 4-piston front brake calipers with floating discs.

The motorcycle is offered with a starting price of £ 7.999.

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The Yamaha TDM900 is a modern and versatile motorcycle that feels similarly comfortable on the highway, but also on the busy streets of the city. Thanks to its practical character and the ergonomic design, the Yamaha TDM900 is able to deal with anything you’ll throw at it being the perfect companion for daily use or long trips.

The motorcycle center piece is a compact, 897cc, fuel-injected, parallel twin engine that cranks out more than enough power to make your heart go crazy every time you get behind the handlebar. In terms of power, the engine rewards you with a maximum output of 63.4 kW (86PS) at 7,500 rpm and 88.8 Nm (9.1 kg-m) of torque at 6,000 rpm.

The motorcycle’s speed is kept under control by a capable braking system that includes a dual disc 298 mm front disc paired with a single 245 mm rear disc.

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Meet the 2013 Yamaha XV Midnight Star, a tasty motorcycle especially developed for those who search for a modern cruiser.

In terms of design, the 2013 Yamaha XV1900A Midnight Star features a tasty mix between the old school and modern styles. We especially like the imposing headlight which gives the motorcycle a distinctive look and the tear-drop fuel tank, pointed swingarm and the classic fenders. The dramatic look of the motorcycle is further enhanced by the numerous chromed details, the fat alloys and the pull-back handlebars.

The Yamaha XV1900A Midnight Star’s center piece is the air-cooled, 4-valve, 4-stroke, 2-cylinder V-type engine which is features twin-bore electronic fuel injection. The engine delivers a maximum power of 66.4 kW (90.3 PS) at 4,750 rpm and 155.1 Nm (15.8 kg-m) of torque at 2,500 rpm.

The Yamaha XV1900A Midnight Star is offered with a starting price of £13499.

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With its unique style, perfect ergonomics and the strong engine, the Yamaha XVS950A Midnight Star is great partner for long trips.

The Midnight Star’s center piece is a high-torque 942cc, aircooled, fuel injected, V-twin, 4-valve SOHC engine that develops 39.4 kW (54.0PS) at 6,000 rpm and 76.8 Nm (7.84 kg-m) of torque at 3,000 rpm. The engine is linked to a constant mesh transmission and is brought to life by an electric starter.

The motorcycle’s speed is kept in check by a set of single disc brakes that measure 320 mm up front and 298 mm out back.

The bike’s backbone is a double cradle frame especially designed to deliver a lightweight handling feeling and an ideal balance of rigidity.

Thanks to its ergonomically design saddle, the motorcycle offers a low and relaxed riding position which is perfectly suited for long journeys.

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The 2013 Yamaha XVS1300A Midnight Star is a laid back cruiser packed with modern technologies and wrapped in a classic design language.

Needless to say that Yamaha’s engineers have spent a lot of time to reward the motorcycle with perfect ergonomics. As a result you are met by a pretty spacious saddle that can accommodate two people without any problems and a modern handle bar fitted with a complete instrument panel. Moreover, the motorcycle is also equipped with twin balancers that tune out the unwanted vibrations making the long journeys more comfortable.

In terms of power , the Yamaha XVS1300A Midnight Star is equipped with a 60 degree V-twin engine with a displacement of 1,304 cc. The engine puts out 53.5 kW (73.0 PS) at 5,500 rpm and 106.0 Nm (10.8 kg-m) of torque at 4,000 rpm.

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When it comes to motorcycle, Yamaha is one of the leading manufacturers and its products are always welcomed by the motorcycle lovers from any coroner of the world.

The same story applied to the Yamaha Super Ténéré which attracted a lot of fans when it was launched for the first time in 2010. Now the Japanese manufacturer presents the 2013 model which features a series of new features thus helping to keep the Super Ténéré legend alive.

The 2013 Yamaha Super Ténéré Worldcruiser is one of the toughest long distance motorcycles you gen get and is packed with many Yamaha accessories especially designed for long journeys.

At the heart of this unstoppable explorer lies a liquid-cooled, 1,199cc, engine that puts out a maximum power of 80.9 kW (110PS) at 7,250 rpm and a peak torque of 114.1 Nm (11.6 kg-m) at 6,000 rpm.

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If you love two wheels adventures then you’ll certainly like Yamaha’s XT660R model. This versatile off roader comes with Yamaha’s legendary reliability which is combined with the latest technologies in the business and a strong engine.

Talking about the engine the XT660 is equipped with a modern fuel injected 660cc single cylinder unit that rewards you with a maximum output of 35.0 kW (48PS) @ 6,000 rpm and 60.0 Nm (6.4 kg-m) of torque at 5,250 rpm.

The engine is mounted on a compact steel diamond frame especially developed to offer perfect ergonomics and to maximize the motorcycle’s agility.

You also get a set of capable suspensions especially tuned for off road riding. They consist of long-travel telescopic front forks and a monocross rear suspension.

We also need to send a shout at the rugged 90/90-21 M/C front and 130/80-17 M/C rear tyres that further enhance the motorcycle’s off road capabilities.

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