Novice riders are quick to jump into the biggest and baddest bike they could find, determined to disprove the notion of the learning curve. Not exactly the smartest thing to do so we’ll spare you all the bruises and suggest you take something that you can use as a start-up: the Yamaha TT-R50E. It won’t give you all the performance capabilities of its more powerful brethren, but what it does provide is a great bike for learning the ways of an off-road bike.
Powering the bike is a modest 49cc air-cooled, SOHC powerplant that puts out smooth, reliable four-stroke power perfect for kids and small kids. The three-speed transmission with an automatic centrifugal clutch allows for easy shifting that even newbies can learn without a hitch. This goes well with a convenient electric starter for effortless starting to go with a compact-design case to keep overall engine width down to 296mm, for a narrow feel and great handling.
For the 2012 model year, the Yamaha Off-Road TT-R50E will come with a key-type ignition switch that deters unauthorized riding, a throttle stop screw that lets adult supervision restrict speed while novices are learning the proverbial ropes, a standard sidestand that tucks up out of the way when not in use, and a handy choke lever that’s located just right in front of the main switch.
Find out more about the Yamaha TT-R50E’s specs after the jump.
Every kid or young adult gets started with motorcycles at some point in their lives. As part of their award-winning tradition of producing bikes of all shapes and sizes, Yamaha has the ideal bike for the teens looking for their first two-wheeled taste of off-road freedom.
The bike is the Yamaha TT-R125LE , an award-winning playbike that’s perfect for discovering the fun and freedom of off-road riding. Easily ridden with a simple yet edgy design, the TT-R125LE is the kind of bike that can introduce any novice into the world of off-road biking, building interest along the way for the rider to graduate to the more off-road-centric bikes in the Yamaha family.
It’s a bike that offers a good mix of subdued styling with good enough performance capabilities that makes off-road biking that much more enjoyable, especially for the young ones that find joy and excitement in trail rides.
Maximizing fun while also serving as an entry bike, the Yamaha TT-R125LE is the kind of bike that makes you fall in love with off-road biking.
Find out more about the Yamaha TT-R125LE after the jump.
Power and reliability are two things novice riders look for in their first taste of two-wheeled freedom. The Yamaha TT -R230 offers both things and so much more.
Inspired by its big brother, the Yamaha YZ, the TT-R230 is the perfect introductory trail bike that can be used by a wide range of riders. Its compact wheelbase, low seating, and super convenient electric starting are all part of it’s user-friendly appeal. Whereas other bikes will inundate you with complicated gadgets and trickery, the TT-R230 is a simple bike that offers plenty of versatility and useability.
Just remember the freedom of riding a bike and think to yourself how you’ll be able to enjoy it without going overboard with the costs. It’s like buying a new bicycle; you don’t need the flashy custom-made ones, just the ones that give you what you need when you need it.
With the Yamaha TT-R230, you won’t need to splurge for something you clearly can’t handle yet. It’s the ideal bike to begin your life as a rider before you graduate into something a little more complicated.
Kids today are a lot more sophisticated when it comes to their hobbies. Gone are the days when you can just put down a board game - or even a video game - and know where your kids are going to be for the next couple of hours.
But today, you’ll have to be a lot more creative than that because the youth has developed new hobbies that we never would have thought of when we were their age. One of these examples is off-road biking and in the event your child gets into it, you’re going to need a bike that you can trust.
That’s where the Yamaha TT -R110E comes in. Packed with plenty of kid-friendly features like electric starting, a reliable, air-cooled engine, and confidence-inspiring ergonomics, the TT-R110E is the perfect start-up bike for your aspiring motocross rider.
Of course, you’re going to need to be around whenever your child rides a bike, but if you’re in the market for a starter-upper that you can really trust, there are plenty of qualities in the TT-R110E that make it a great choice for your kids.
As long as kids are still allowed to ride motorcycles (you’ve probably red the news in which the Massachusetts Senate are proposing a bill that will forbid anyone under the age of 14 to ride a dirtbike), you’ll be hearing about these bikes from us.
Being among the most important motorcycles in Yamaha’s off-road lineup, the 2009 TT-R50 deserves our complete attention.
If you’re a beginner and look for the most appropriate Yamaha dirt bike, one that is properly sized and will still be fun and exciting after developing your skills, there are few chances you won’t find yourself wondering if should or should not buy the 2009 TT-R110E. Hopefully, this article will help.
In 2009 Yamaha keeps both kids and adults riding hard on those trails with the two most notorious Yamaha 125cc dirt bikes ever, the TT-R125E and TT-R125LE. There is no wonder they’re beloved as fun, excitement and ease of use are there three most important features. How’s that for a new bike?
Yamaha plans on keeping you thumping on the 2009 TT-R230. The bike is simply the greatest solution for riders who aren’t as experienced to go for the WR250F and search for something that is closer to a dual-sport bike rather than a motocross one. Still, they desire power and control, exactly what the TT-R will provide.
Yamaha has just launched the new YZ, WR and TT-R lineups so all of you motocross and off-road enthusiasts ca already start digging for information on the model you’re interested most.
As you can expect, refinements brought the improvement of performance, steering, and the dirt spreaders became even lighter compared with 2008 so you will be seeing more and more previews of these models on our website. Stay tuned!
Getting started has never been more fun than on the new Yamaha TT-R50E. Hop on, hit the electric start button and away they go: The three-speed automatic clutch gearbox gives new riders the confidence to learn and grow.