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Built with practicality and efficiency in mind, the 2014 Yamaha Zuma 50 FX is a compact scooter with a sporty attitude.

The scooter weighs 205 lb and is built around a liquid-cooled, 4-Stroke SOHC, 3 Valve engine with a displacement of 49cc. The unit is fed by a 1.2 gallons fuel tank and is mated to a CVT automatic transmission that offers a fuel consumption of 132 Mpg.

The stopping power is handled by a wave-shaped 180mm front disc coupled with rear drum brakes. On the other hand the ride quality is assured by a front telescopic fork with 42mm outer tubes and rear shock absorbers.

The bike sits on front and rear 120/90-10-inch fat tires that deliver a good grip and enhance the ride’s comfort.

The 2014 Yamaha Zuma 50FX can be yours for no less than $2,590.

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The 2014 Yamaha Zuma 50F is powered by a liquid cooled, 4 Stroke SOHC, 3-Valve engine with a displacement of 49cc. The engine is mated to an automatic transmission a fuel consumption of 132 mpg.

The scooter features a large-gauge steel pipe frame that ensures a proper strength and rigidity To keep the scooter’s center of gravity to as low as possible, Yamaha engineers placed the fuel tank low center tunnel. Talking about the fuel tank, it is also worthy of being mentioned that it can be refueled without opening the seat.

The stopping power is assured by a set of wave-shaped 180mm front discs and rear drum brakes.

The 2014 Yamaha Zuma 50F rides on a set of fat 120/90-10 inch front and rear tires.

The 2014 Yamaha Suma 50F is offered with a base price of $2,590.

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Compact, agile and fun, the 2014 Yamaha Zuma 125 is a practical scooter developed for those who want an efficient machine for moving in the city.

At the heart of the Yamaha Zuma 125 sits a Forced Air-Cooled, 4 Stroke Single, SOHC, fuel injected, 125 cc engine that puts out enough power to help you keep it up effortless with the city traffic. There is also a fully automatic, V-belt transmission with centrifugal clutch provides easy control and smooth shifts.

The engine is fed by a 1.6 gallons fuel tank and delivers an estimated fuel consumption of 89 mpg.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a rigid steel-tube frame that features a step-through design for easy mounting.

The ride quality is assured by a front telescopic paired with a modern swingarm that features double shocks for enhanced comfort.

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The 2014 Yamaha Majesty is a comfortable scooter developed with efficiency and versatility in mind. It is propelled by a liquid-cooled, 4-Stroke single; DOHC engine with a displacement of 395cc. The unit is brought to life by an electric starter and transfers its power to the rear wheel through a fully automatic transmission.

The engine has enough grunt to help you deal great with city traffic and is also able to keep it up with highway speeds. As far as efficiency is concerned, the Majesty delivers an estimated fuel consumption of 50 mpg and has a fuel tank capacity of 3.7 gallons.

The engine is mounted on an aluminum, die-cast alloy frame with a steel tube subframe which sits on 41mm fork tubes and rear long-travel, coil-over shock absorber.

The scooter rides on 14-inch front and 13-inch rear tires mounted on a set of tasty cast wheels.

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Meet the fresh Yamaha FJR1300ES a bike that is around for 13 years and thanks to its constant upgrades continues to keep it up with the best models in its class.

After the last year’s model received important features such as traction control, ride-by-wire throttle, new headlights the new 2014 model year is packed with electronically adjustable suspensions.

The new electronic suspension adjustment can adjusts to different riding conditions and offers a choice of four settings for preload, including “One Up,” “One Up with Luggage,” “Two Up,” and “Two Up with Luggage,” adding a choice of “Soft,” “Standard” and “Hard” for damping force adjustment for each setting. The suspension setup cab easily controlled using handlebar mounted buttons.

The motorcycle is propelled by the same 1298cc, liquid-cooled, inline, 4-cylinder; DOHC, 16 valves, fuel injected engine which is mated on a 5-speed transmission with multiplate wet clutch.

The new FJR1300ES is offered with a base price of $16,890. The old FJR1300A model that is not fitted with electronically adjustable suspension continues to be available next to the new ES series with a base price of $15,890.

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Meet the 2014 Yamaha FZ6R. The motorcycle didn’t receive any major upgrades, but continues to be a sporty all-rounder offered at a pretty attractive $7,790 price.

Yamaha retains the full aggressive nature of the FZ6R, continuing to offer a great mix of comfort, power and agility.

The 2014 Yamaha FZ6R features a light, diamond shaped frame that hosts a 600 cc, liquid cooled 4 stroke, DOHC 16 valves, fuel injected engine. The unit’s maximum output is achieved at 10,000 rpm while the torque is available at its peak at 9000 rpm. The engine is linked to a 4-into-2-into-1 midship exhaust that offers a tasty exhaust note and includes 3-way catalytic converter technology to reduce exhaust emissions.

The stopping power is kept in check by 298 mm front and 245 mm rear hydraulic disc brakes front that feature semi-metallic pads.

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There is no secret that the Yamaha YZF-R6 is considered by many one of the most capable middleweight bikes from the streets and competes with success against models like the Honda CBR600 or Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R.

With the 2014 model year the YZF-R6 continues to keep its place among the best bikes in the 600cc class. Unfortunately there aren’t any major upgrades for the new model year, but this isn’t as bad as it sounds, as the bike has all it needs to remain on top of the food chain.

With features such as chip-controlled intake and throttle, dual fuel injectors per cylinder and the state of the art slipper clutch, the 2014 Yamaha YZF-R6 is ready to impress you with a unique riding experience.

The motorcycle’s skeleton is represented by a Deltabox aluminum frame and a magnesium subframe that were carefully forged to offer a perfect compromise between lightness and rigidity.

To be able to offers top notch performances in terms of ride and handling, the motorcycle also needed a set of spot-tuned suspensions. Therefore, both the front and rear suspensions are 4-way adjustable with preload, high-speed compression, low-speed compression and rebound damping.

Power comes from Yamaha’s liquid-cooled, 599cc, inline 4-cylinder; DOHC engine with 16 titanium valves.

The 2014 Yamaha YZF-R6 will be launched in showrooms in October 2013 with a base price of $10,990.

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Practical and comfortable, yet agile and fast, the 2014 Yamaha FZ1 is ready for fun every time you fire it up.

The motorcycle weighs only 487 lb and is powered by a liquid-cooled inline 4-cylinder; DOHC, 20 Valves engine with a displacement 998cc. The engine is fed by a 4.8 gallons fuel tank and delivers a fuel economy of 35 mpg.

The bike is built on a cast aluminum frame that uses the engine as a stressed member, thus improving the overall rigidity, keeping the weight at a low level and improving the handling.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the 2014 Yamaha FZ1 is equipped with fully adjustable 43 mm inverted forks and rear single shock with adjustable preload and rebound damping (Tunable for sport touring or urban assault).

The 2014 Yamaha FZ1 is offered with a base price of $10.790.

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Yamaha revealed the 2014 version of its YZF-R1 champion. The motorcycle continues to deliver first class performances as is equipped with a comprehensive list of high end technologies.

One of the most impressive technologies that can be found under the YZF-R1’s skin is the seven-level Traction Control system which is coupled with a three level D-Mode electronic throttle response control.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a light yet stiff aluminum frame that was carefully forged to be a perfect match for the sporty character of the YZF-R1. Moreover, the rear frame is lightweigt Controlled-Fill die-cast magnesium, contributing to the optimum mass centralization.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Yamaha YZF-R1 is packed with a front, fully adjustable 43mm inverted fork and a rear 4-way adjustable single shock.

At the heart of the Yamaha YZF-R1 lies a 998cc, liquid-cooled 4-Stroke DOHC 16 Valves engine which is kept in leash by a six speed transmission with six speed multiplate slipper clutch.

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The Yamaha Virago didn’t manage to impress many riders with its dull look, but this doesn’t mean that the bike doesn’t have a lot of potential if it meets the right tuner.

Therefore, after receiving a touch of magic from Classified Moto, the stock Yamaha Virago gained a totally fresh appearance and a more aggressive character.

The guys from Classified Moto don’t play when it comes to modifying bikes, so they went on and completely modified the motorcycle from the ground up.

The most important modifications include the aggressive rear end conversion and the Classified’s signature front-end swap.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that Virago’s DNA has received influences from some of its sportiest siblings. Therefore, the fork was borrowed from a 2009 Yamaha YZF R6-R (with a modified triple tree and upgraded bearings) while the rear suspension came from a 2008 YZF R6-S. Moreover, the front wheel was “stolen” from an R6-R while the rear one came from an R6-S.

There is also a Triumph Daytona adjustable shock, so in terms of on road performances the custom Yamaha XV920R has all it needs to deal great with anything you throw at it.

Other modifications include the chopped rear section of the subframe, a custom solo seat, a conical high-flow air filter and custom exhaust lines and silencers. The bike’s vital stats are now displayed on a single-piece multi-function digital gauge.

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