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Lively, slim and agile, the Yamaha YBR125 is a modern motorcycle that offers a lot of fun.

Built on a light, diamond-shaped chassis, the Yamaha YBR125 is powered by a 4-stroke, air-cooled, SOHC, forward-inclined single cylinder, 2-valves engine with a displacement of 124 cc.

In terms of power, the motorcycle generates a maximum output of 7.5 KW (10.0PS) at 7,800 rpm and 9.6 Nm (0.98 Kg-M) of torque at 6,000 rpm. This power is transferred to the ground by means of a constant mesh five speed transmission with wet, multiplate-disc clutch.

Once on board, you are welcomed by a sculpted dual seat and passenger grab rails, a modern instrument panel and a clear analogue instrument panel with RPM meter.

As far as colours are concerned, the Yamaha YBR125 is offered with a choice of three paint jobs including Midnight Black, Red Spirit and Competition White.

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When it comes to compact dual purpose motorcycles, the Yahama WR125R is certainly one of the best players in its class.

This reliable, sleek and agile machine has all it needs to deal great with anything you throw at it. In its wild adventures, the motorcycle is backed up by a sturdy motocross-inspired steel double cradle chassis which is paired with a 124.7 cc, liquid-cooled, fuel injected, 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-valves, forward-inclined single cylinder engine. Fire it up and it will reward you with a maximum power of 11 KW (15PS) @ 9,000 rpm and 12.2 Nm (1.24 Kg-M) @ 8,000 rpm.

The motorcycle rides on a pair of rugged wheels that measure 21-inch at the front and 18-inch at the rear. The rims are shod in grippy dual-purpose tyres.

As far as prices are concerned, the Yamaha WR125R can be yours for no less than €4.975.

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Sleek, agile and powerful, the Yamaha XT660R is an unstoppable motorcycle built with practicality in mind.

As far as power is concerned, the Yamaha XT660R comes with a single cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-valves engine with a displacement of 660 cc. The engine is fueled by a 15 liters fuel tank and generates a maximum power of 35.0 KW (47.6PS) at 6,000 rpm and 60.0 Nm (6.4 Kg-M) of torque at 5,250 rpm. All its power is transferred to the ground by means of a constant mesh, five-speed transmission with wet, multiple-disc clutch.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a steel tube, diamond-shaped frame which rides on sturdy 43 mm forks and a linked monoshock with spring preload adjustment.

The Yamaha XT660R is offered with a base price of €7.888 and is available in Yamaha Black and Sports White coulours.

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The Yamaha XT660Z Tenere is aimed at those who put versatility and reliability on top of their priorities list. Thanks to its ergonomic design, long travel suspension and capable engine, the motorcycle is able to conquer the savages terrains of Africa, but is also able to offer an enjoying ride on the highway.

Power comes from a 660 cc, single cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-valves, EFI engine which puts out a maximum output of 35.0 KW (47.6PS) at 6,000 rpm and a peak torque of 58.0 Nm (5.92 Kg-M) at 5,500 rpm. All this power is kept under control by a constant mesh, five speed transmission with wet, multiple-disc clutch. The unit is fueled by a large 23 liter fuel tank.

The motorcycle is available in Yamaha Blue and Matt Grey colours and I priced at €8.494.

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When it comes to tough and versatile all roaders, the Yamaha Super Tenere Worldcrosser is certainly one of the most wanted models in its class. It offers top notch performances and is also reliable to the core – two key attributes that help it stay on top of the pack.

Fitted with the Worldcrosser accessory package, the bike has all it needs to be able to deal effortless even with the longest journeys. Among the features included in the Worldcrosser package you’ll find lightweight carbon body panels and special black anodized chassis protectors.

At the heart of the motorcycle sits a 1,199cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, parallel twin-cylinder, 4-valves engine which generates a maximum power of 82.4 KW (112PS) at 7,250 rpm and 117.0 Nm (11.9 Kg-M) of torque at 6,000 rpm. The engine is kept under control by a constant mesh six speed transmission with wet, multiple disc clutch.

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Yamaha’s new electric bikes – the PES1 and PED1 - that were presented a while ago have managed to attract a lot of attention in a good way. After the company showcased its new creations everybody wondered what will be the next move and if Yamaha will truly enter in the race of electric bikes.

Luckily, we didn’t had to wait too long for the company’s official response, as now we gladly announce you that the Japanese manufacturer has decided to launch its two electric bikes in production and the first models will be ready to meet their fresh owners by 2016.

The PES1 is destined for the road and the PED1 has the pedigree of a true off roader. Both models have been showcase at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show and represent a very bold step forward in an uncharted territory for Yamaha.

Both bikes are built on the same platform and are equipped with brushless DC engines powered by a pack of lithium-ion batteries.

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Yamaha continues to expand its range of sport bikes and the main proof for this statement is the fact that the company has trademarked 4 new names – two for the US and Australia, and two for Europe. Judging by all the cues that where leaked until now by the Japanese manufacturer we can expect to all-new, higher-spec models based on the Yamaha’s sporty R1 motorcycle.

Even if the company registered four names, we can expect to only two new models which will have different names for each of the markets mentioned above. The new US trademarks registered by Yamaha are the R1S and R1M, while their European counterparts are the YZF-R1S and YZF-R1M.

For the moment, we don’t have any other details about the upcoming models, but we can expect them to be absolutely mind-blowing, at least as far as high-speed performances and technologies are concerned.

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The Yamaha Tricity has been fully revealed by the Japanese manufacturer. The new model has a three wheels configuration and is the first one of its kind produced by Yamaha.

Thanks to its innovative front axle which can keep the two wheels parallel when the scooter is angled, the Tricity can deal great even with the tight turns. Its three wheels configuration also helps it stay better planted on its wheels so it is more stable than a conventional two wheel scooter.

At its heart lies a 125cc four-stroke engine, which transfers its power to the rear wheel by means of a continuously variable transmission.

The scooter weighs 152 kg (335 lbs) wet, and is fitted with a 6.6-liter (1.74 US gal) fuel tank.

For the moment, the new Yamaha Tricity is available only on the European market and has a starting price of 4,000 Euros ($5,522).

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Thanks to its low seat height, compact dimensions, comfortable seat and low handlebar, the Yamaha XV950 offers a fairly relaxed riding position which is great for both short and long journeys.

Power comes from an air-cooled, 4 valves, 4 stroke, SOHC, V type 2 cylinder engine with a displacement of 942cc. The unit is paired with a five speed constant mesh transmission and generates a maximum power of 38.3 kw (52.1ps) at 5,500 rpm and 79.5 Nm (8.1 kg-m) of torque at 3,000 rpm.

To motorcycle sits on a pair of newly designed 12-spoke cast wheels which are wrapped in 100/90-19 front and 150/80-16 rear tires. Moreover, the motorcycle also features a short wheelbase and a modern suspension system which comprises of 41 mm conventional style forks and twin rear shock absorbers.

The Yamaha XV950 is available in two colors, namely Midnight Black and Competition White and it comes with a base price of €8.698.

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When it comes to motorcycles, Yamaha is without a doubt one of the most appreciated manufacturers from the market. And there is no wonder why, as its products are reliable, well built and deliver first class performances.

The SR400 makes no exception and delivers superior ride and handling performances. At its heart lies a 4-stroke, air-cooled, SOHC, 2-valves engine with a displacement of 399cc. The unit is mated to a five speed constant mesh transmission and generates a maximum power of 17.1 kw (23.2ps) at 6,500 rpm and 27.4 Nm (2.8 kg-m) of torque at 3,000 rpm.

The bike rides on a set of classy spoked wheels which are wrapped in 90/100-18M/C 54S front and rear 110/90-18M/C 61S tube type tires. The ride quality is kept in check by front telescopic forks and rear shock absorbers.

The Yamaha SR400 is priced at €6.281.

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