Yamaha Tenere

Yamaha Tenere

Posted on by Maxx Biker 1

Yamaha has unveiled the Super Ténéré concept yesterday at the Tokyo Motor Show with the most diverse public reactions ever generated by the fact that the concept is nothing more than a mechanical skeletal wrapped up in cloth. It apparently recreates the look of Touareg desert nomads, but it also looks like a very detailed preview of what Yamaha plans on launching next year.

The Yamaha Super Ténéré 1200 production bike will be Japan’s first real opponent for the BMW R 1200 GS and it all comes down to the 1200cc parallel twin engine that will use a 270° crank in the attempt to replicate a V-twin’s firing order. Hmm, this is a lot of stuff indicated by a pair of wheels, some metal tubes and clothes.

Posted on by Anthony Kodack 4
Rebirth of the famous Yamaha Yamaha Tenere The name Tenere has been synonymous with Yamaha’s rugged Adventure Sport dual-purpose models since the original machine was first launched in the early 1980’s. Developed from Yamaha’s highly successful Dakar race-winning factory bikes, the original Tenere models built up a huge following of loyal owners during the 1980s and 90s. With an unrivalled reputation for durability, strong on and off road performance, high levels of long-distance comfort, and the (...)
Posted on by Maxx Biker

A reinvented adventure bike for Yamaha and a potential direct contender for the other adventure bikes like the single cylinder KTM adventure bikes and also maybe new contender for the Dakar Rally.


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