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The first generation Suzuki Bandit 600 managed to give the middleweight budged bike segment an adrenaline boost, featuring a sharp styling and a detuned GSX-R motor.

Unfortunately the coming years were far from being as glorious as the inception, and the motorcycle was forgotten by Suzuki’s engineers. For a long period of time, the Bandit 600 didn’t receive any upgrades and continued to wear its old cloth and engine. Fortunately, things have started to change in 2005, when the bike was blessed with a performance boost, after the engine’s capacity was raised up to 656 cc.

The year 2007 has brought a new series of upgrades too. As everyone’s concern was to reduce novice emissions, Suzuki’s engineers made the Bandit’s engine more efficient by replacing the carburetors technology with fuel injection and also adding liquid cooling. Additional changes were made in 2009 when the exterior design was slightly tweaked.

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Yamaha motorcycles never compromise on quality, and that quality is reflected on the design and performance of the Japanese bike maker’s XJ Series. It doesn’t even matter if you’re a new or experienced rider, the XJ6 Diversion has found its way in the must-have lists of a lot of riders.

The appeal of this sports bike can be attributed to its 600cc liquid-cooled 4-cylinder engine, producing effortless fun and unrivaled performance, especially at low revs. Add in an ABS system as an extra option and you get the kind of responsive brakes that makes the bike safe to ride too.

Other design features of the XJ6 Diversion ABS is its lightweight cast wheels that keep unsprung weight low to the 41 mm front forks and a monocross rear suspension that delivers impressive roadholding.

On top of all that, the bike also comes with plenty of other features, including adjustable handlebars that guarantee a comfortable riding position and a half-fairing that will protect you from wind and other elements. When you’re comfortable on a motorcycle, it’s mean that you’ll have fun with your experience.

That, in a nutshell, is what the XJ6 Diversion ABS is all about.

Find out more about the Yamaha XJ6 Diversion ABS after the jump.

At the crux of Yamaha’s mission is the desire to build some of the best street bikes on the planet and as far as the XJ6 ABS is concerned, that’s exactly what you have.

The naked version of the XJ6 Diversion is pure Yamaha spirit with serious street attitude. With Yamaha’s Art of Engineering philosophy, you’ll feel at one with the machine, and the XJ Series’ 600cc liquid-cooled engine is vital to this, contributing smooth power delivery whenever you open up the throttle. Moreover, this combination of cutting-edge technology and concentration on detail is supreme to the XJ Series and creates the confidence in riding experience

The bike’s low-seat height and low weight creates a road-hugging, streamlined machine, while compact chassis provides easy handling, and the XJ6/ABS’s four-into-one exhaust with midship muffler centralizes mass for a better agility.

When you’re comfortable on a motorcycle, it’s mean that you can have fun with it without having to worry about messing up your ride. The XJ6 ABS is that kind of street bike, one that can give you a real riding pleasure very few in its class can match up with.

Find out more about the Yamaha XJ6 ABS after the jump.

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Launched in 2011, the GSR750’s has created a niche of its own featuring a de-tuned version of the 2005 Suzuki GSX-R750 motor and a razor sharp which makes us insane about it. Unfortunately the bike comes without suspension adjustments and no intimidating radial breaks either. Though it makes us happy to know that it features ABS, a bespoke bodywork and sporty on road abilities.

The GSR750 ABS combines a 749cc motor with a unique chassis that creates the best qualities of a compact tubular streetbike frame and the pin-point accuracy of a twin-spar sportsbike frame. Aditionally a KAYABA suspension on its engine makes this vehicle as a unique machine that provides strong acceleration from linear low-to-mid range torque and an intensely exciting ride.

Its narrow chassis is enabling more riders to plant their feet firmly on the ground. We also need to send a shout to the high spec’ Kayaba USD 41mm forks fitted up front and the rear damper which is also a Kayaba so both ends can be fine tuned to suit the rider’s weight and riding style.

Find out more about the Suzuki GSR750 ABS after the jump.

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Compared to the previous model the 2012 Yamaha YZF-R1 didn’t changed too much. However, the main upgrade is the addition of a traction control system. If in the past traction control was a rarity among motorcycles, in the latest years has started to become a mainstream feature.

Apart from the traction control system the new YZFR-R1 has also received a fresh nose, a slotted top yoke inspired by the YZR-M1, new muffler end caps, a longer sear shock and grippier footpegs. The rear spring reat is also slightly softer which improves the ride comfort.
Though despite its upgrades the Yamaha YZF-R1 is still a half step behind models like the Aprilia RSV4 or Kawasaki ZX-10R which would beat it any time on a race track. However, the Yamaha YZF-R1 is a better daily commuter as is more comfortable, smooth and fast enough to keep your dopamine levels high.

Hit the jump for more information on the Yamaha YZF-R1.

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Not many people truly understand what a super sport motorcycle can do to the adrenaline levels in your body. It’s true, that rush of blood mixed with dopamine and excitement can’t be offered by many motorcycles, but there is one of them able to do even more than that.

The name is Yamaha YZF-R6, a Japanese demon on two wheels born on the realm of World Super Sport Racing Program. Even if the 2007 version was a nearly perfect motorcycle, Yamaha decided to improve it even more and we’re glad to notice that the result is nothing short of excellent. A few technical tweaks, some design touches and a slightly increase performance help the YZF-R6 stay in front of the 600 cc pack.

Powered by a compact, lightweight 599cc DOHC 16-valve, liquid-cooled titanium-valved four-cylinder engine mated on a magnesium subframe the new Yamaha YZF-R6 is waiting for you to burn some rubber.

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I don’t know why, but the passion for motorcycles is present in nearly every man that walks on the surface of the earth. Don’t ask me why, it’s just a fact. Some of them chose to stay and watch from the safety of the pavement, but others want to go further and are planning to buy their first motorcycle to start to have some fun as fast as possible. In this moment however they start to ask what is the best bike for a beginner? Well, fortunately there are many good options out there, but the answer to this question depends on many preferences.

This being said, the Yamaha FZ 6R is also among the interesting options you should take under consideration if you plan to buy your first bike.

Based on the earlier generation Yamaha R6, the FZ 6R has certainly a lot to be loved for. Besides it’s sporty exterior design and the high-tensile steel-tube frame, it also rewards you with a capable 600cc liquid-cooled 4-stroke in-line 4-cylinder engine.

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We’re not going to beat around the bush here, the Yamaha MT-01 is the pure definition of an exhilarating ride.

It’s not just the MT-01 for that matter; the entire MT series demonstrates the spirit that has made Yamaha one of the world’s leading motorcycle manufacturers. As one of the most important developments in motorcycling in the recent years, the MT series displays how the modern and impressive bike should be built. It comes with great features, offering riders the chance to experience the riding thrills of the MT series.

At the heart of this bike, you’ll find a massive high-tech, air-cooled 1,670cc V-twin engine encased in a minimalist aluminum sports frame. Talk about a no-frills, all-performance, ride-at-the-seat-of-your-pants machine. That’s the Yamaha MT-01.

The bike also comes with impressive torque numbers that come courtesy of the massive engine in a nimble frame, and with an exhaust note to revitalize the spirit and a formed style to stop the traffic, the MT-01 is really one for the road.

Complemented with cutting-edge suspension and brakes, you will get a powerful, confident, and exhilarating riding experience.

Find out more about the Yamaha MT-01 after the jump.

Just look at the Yamaha YZF-R125 and tell us that you’re not falling in love with it. Now, dress it up in exclusive WGP 50th Anniversary colors and you have a machine that’s certainly worth your time and money.

First, the full-sized race-developed Deltabox frame of the bike brings a superior and comfortable riding position. The uncompromisingly-styled R-series body frame looks fast even when the bike’s standing still.

In addition to that, the bike also features dynamic acceleration and a thrilling ride, thanks to a 125cc sporty liquid-cooled engine that has been complemented with a free-revving short-stroke cylinder and an efficient 4-valve head.

When you want the best, the Yamaha YZF-R125 is as good a choice as you can make. It not only offers the best riding experience, but it also comes dressed to look the part of a road warrior sports bike.

Find out more about the Yamaha YZF-R125 WGP 50th Anniversary after the jump.

In 2011, Yamaha India made some serious waves in the Indian motorcycle market with the release of the FZ16, FZS, Fazer, and YZF R15. Following the remarkable release of some of the best bikes to enter the market, Yamaha is upping the ante with the launch of the Fazer 250cc. The bike, for all intents and purposes, is Yamaha’s next step in reaching for the success of the 250cc segment.

The all new Yamaha Fazer 250cc is expected to be powered by a newly designed 153cc air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, single-cylinder, 2-valve engine. The engine is capable of producing 14 horsepower and a max torque of 13.6 Nm (10 lb-ft).

Just like the FZ16 and FZ-S, the Yamaha Fazer carries the Monocross suspension, a technology that ensures agile running performance and handling. The placement of this model’s ‘MidShip Muffler’ toward the center of the machine provides the right kind of weight balance that makes for an efficient ride. Add that to the bike’s “140/60-17” size rear radial tire with a 60% aspect ratio and it all makes for a bike that comes with enough power, better grip, and handling stability.

Find out more about the Yamaha Fazer after the jump.


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