„Catch the extreme” – there isn’t any other phrase that could describe better a bike like the new Yamaha R6 which is ready to prove that it can be a leader of the average displacement sport bikes.
Yamaha presents an incredible combination of power, performance and style with the R6S, an outstanding do-it-all sportbike.
Almost anywhere you look on the 2008 R6 you’ll find something new, including YCC-I.
It’s bristling with loads of refinements and knowledge gained from years of racing. You can confidently say the YZF-R6 is the most advanced production 600cc motorcycle Yamaha - or anybody else - has ever built.
Have you ever thought that perfection can be taken one step further? If you have and if you also love motorcycles, especially supersports, you must check out this upgrade proposed by Rizoma for the 2007 Yamaha R1.
The Rizoma proposal for the R1 is a mix of specially adapted pieces made out of aluminum like the footrest, for example which was especially mounted higher than stock in order to avoid contacts with asphalt during the use on circuit. The rear set control kit also features (...) > Full story
The proposed series of coloration for the M1 Team Yamaha MotoGP inspired a fan to personalize the own Yamaha R6 with the favorite color scheme: Google.
Let’s hope that he is going to keep doing quick searches and improve the look of its future bikes.
MIVV developed a perfect combination of innovative aesthetic and applied technology by creating a line of exhaust systems made out of titanium and carbon, delivering the best of performance.
The YZF R6 isn’t a race replica; it’s a racer, developed at racetracks, honed to perfection. For 2006, the R6 is light, powerful and bristling with knowledge gained from years of racing. As a result is one of the most advanced motorcycles ever built by Yamaha. Is also the first production motorcycle with a fly-by-wire throttle system-for flawless response under all conditions.
Open class ultra high performance.
Building on the most sought-after aportbike in the industry, the 2006 R1 has more horsepower and revised frame, swingarm and front forks to sharpen handling, traction and responsiveness.
Decoration inspired by `70.
The British were pioneers at many things. Some were pleasant and enjoyable, like motorcycles, others not so much, like imperialism. At the very zenith of their motorcycling days, they had performance and handling, but they missed many other things – like oil-tight engines, the ability to make more power after they hit the ’plateau,’ and the ability to consistently imbue their machines with soul.
The Italians, on the other hand, understood that last bit rather well. Right from the Cucciolo (...) > Full story