Yamaha goes on producing the WR250F model with more talent and dedication as ever before. Featuring the popular DOHC, four-stroke; five titanium valves quarter-liter engine mounted on a light and nimble aluminum frame, it stands as an awesome off-road machinery, but as you’ll further see, it also features goodies that can’t be passed unnoticed.
Yamaha has always been good on the trails, but never as good as the 09 model range. A benchmark both for the lineup and for this class is the WR450F which remains unchanged for 2009. Both reliable and awesome performing, the bike stands out immediately as the solution to your off and on road riding needs. So check up on it!
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!
This supermoto-inspired bike is built for riders who spend more time on pavement surfaces, not that the occasional dirt road is going to slow anybody down much. Directly descended from Yamaha’s YZ and WR off-road machines, the WR250X makes Yamaha’s off-road prowess street accessible.
Everything else trails far behind.
It’s got the muscle to shoot you up the steepest hills with the greatest of ease and can go over, around or through just about anything the trail cares to throw your way. All you need to bring is gas and as much off-road skill as you can muster.