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The Yamaha XJ6 SP is one of the most wanted roaders from the streets. And there is no wonder why, as it features a highly attractive style, is easy to handle and delivers superior all-round performances.

Featuring a lightweight tubular frame, sporty suspensions, ergonomically designed handlebars and a low seat height, the Yamaha XJ6 SP has all it needs to reward its riders with a joyful riding experience.

Power comes from a 600 cc, 4 cylinder, liquid cooled, 4 stroke, DOHC, forward-inclined parallel 4-cylinder, 4-valves engine which cranks out a maximum power of 57.0 KW (77.5PS) at 10,000 Rpm and 59.7 Nm (6.1 Kg-M) at 8,000 pm. The engine sends its power to the ground by means of a constant mesh six speed transmission.

Other features include dual front discs, new side panels and a 17 liters fuel tank.

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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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The Kymco Pulsar S 125 is a pretty stylish bike that promises to deliver a fairly relaxed riding position.

The motorcycle weighs only 115 kg and is powered by a 4 stroke air cooled engine with a displacement of 125 cc. The engine generates a maximum power of 8.0 Kw at 8500 rpm which is more than enough to propel you to a maximum speed of 65 mph. The engine’s power is kept under control by a five speed manual transmission.

Among the features offered by the Kymco Pulsar S 125 you’ll find a 16 liters fuel tank, an analogue rev counter, illuminated gear display, electric and kick start and a rear carrier rack.

As far as style is concerned, the Kymco Pulsar S 125 is features a sleek gloss paintwork, in either Diamond Red or Jet Black and 5-spoke alloy wheels.

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The Kawasaki W800 Special Edition comes with a special paint job which helps it stand out from the crowd. We especially like how Kawasaki’s engineers have mixed the matt and gloss black surfaces with the black anodized rims and orange details. The motorcycle has also received Kawasaki’s Special Edition logo which is mounted on the fuel tank.

In terms of power, the Kawasaki W800 Special Edition boosts an air-cooled, 4-stroke vertical twin engine with a displacement of 773 cc. The unit generates a maximum power of 48 PS at 6,500 rpm and 60 Nm of torque at 2,500 rpm. All this power is kept under control by a five speed transmission with wet, multi-disc clutch.

It is also worth mentioning that the motorcycle rides on 100/90-19M/C 57H front and 130/80-18M/C 66H rear tyres.

The bike is priced at €8.569.

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The Kawasaki W800 offered a perfect mix of old school style and modern technologies. Its classic café racer look is underlined by the classy fuel tank, the traditional frame design and the long seat with thick, ribbed padding.

At the heart of the Kawasaki W800 sits a 773 cc, air cooled, 4 stroke vertical twin engine which generates a maximum power of 35 KW (48 PS) at 6,500 rpm and 60 NM (6.1 Kgf.M) of torque at 2,500 rpm. The engine transfers its power to the rear wheel through a five speed transmission and is fueled by a 14 liters fuel tank.

The motorcycle also features a 5-way adjustable clutch lever and a 4-way adjustable brake lever which enable riders to fine-tune lever position.
The Kawasaki W800 is offered with a base price of €8.326.

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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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With its classy style, bad boy attitude and loud engine, the Yamaha XV950R has all it needs to stand out from the crowd. In terms of style, this tasty bobber features an interesting mix between the old school and modern lines and we especially like the clean design of the fuel tank and the retro headlight.

The motorcycle features a 942 cc, air-cooled, 4-valves, 4-stroke, SOHC, V-type, 2-cylinder engine which is mated to a constant mesh 5-speed transmission with wet clutch. The engine cranks out 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. For improved performances, the Yamaha XV950R comes with new 3D maps for the ignition timing and fuel injection and a newly designed 2-into-1 exhaust pipe layout.

The Yamaha XV950R can be yours for no less than €9.428.

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The Yamaha XJR1300 is a modern roadster that has all it needs to deliver an exciting riding experience.

As far as technology is concerned, the motorcycle is equipped with 1,251 cc, 4 stroke, 4 cylinder, 4 valve, DOHC engine which puts out a maximum output of 71.9 KW (98PS) at 8,000 rpm and 108.4 Nm (11.1 Kg-M) of torque at 6,000 rpm. It needs to deal with a weight of 245 kg (wet) and is mated to a constant mesh five speed transmission.

The unit is mounted on a double cradle tubular steel frame which is paired with a box-section aluminium swingarm.

The motorcycle’s speed is kept under control by 298 mm dual disc front brakes with monobloc four-piston calipers and a rear267 mm hydraulic single disc.

The Yamaha XJR1300 can be yours for no less than €9.791

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If you love the new Yamaha MT-07, but you consider it a bit too strong for your riding skills or you are too young for its power output, than we have a great news for you.

The Japanese manufacturer decided to offer a free 48hp restrictor kit for its model which makes it eligible for A2 motorcycle licences.

Yamaha’s decision comes as a response to the new 2013 EU regulations which forbid to riders aged 19 or 20 to ride motorcycles that are stronger than 48 hp, so they get only an A2 licence. The A2-compliant motorcycles must have a power output of 48 hp and a power-to-weight ratio of 0.27 hp per kg.

Without the restrictor kit, the Yamaha MT-07’s 689cc, 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4-valves engine generates a maximum output of 55.0 kW (74.8PS) at 9,000 rpm and 68.0 Nm (6.9 kg-m) of torque at 6,500 rpm.

As we’ve mentioned above, the restrictor kit is offered for free for all new MT-07s but if you want to install it on a used model then you will have to pay £124.99 (€149).

The motorcycle has a base price of r £5,199 (€6,200) and if you want the ABS version you will have to pay £400 (€477) more.


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