A scooter can be many things, but it should always be pleasurable. With the Yamaha Slider Naked, you have a raw, street-ready design that comes blended with a strong, reliable engine and easy twist-and-go transmission.

The Yamaha Slider Naked comes with a minimalist design, a back-to-basics style that can handle the demands of city living, making the streets to be your playground. The bike’s lightweight structure provides great handling and gives you real feel for the road while the naked streetfighter-style handlebar responds to your every move. Under your feet, the flat footboard provides the maximum liveliness. The Slider Naked is built for hard, tough riding in the addition to the tricks. The unique side protectors help in avoiding the bumps and scrapes. Long suspension, powerful disc and drum brakes, plus big 13inch wheels add to its streetfighter style. With this Yamaha Slider, you will get all of the pleasure and a different riding experience.

Add in a 50cc single cylinder, air-cooled, 2-stroke engine and you get a scooter that’s built to give its owners a pleasurable ride.

Find out more about the Yamaha Slider Naked after the jump.

  • 2012 Yamaha Slider Naked
  • Year:
    2012
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    Single cylinder, air-cooled, 2-stroke
  • Transmission:
    V-Belt Automatic
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    3 @ 6800
  • MPG(Cty):
    117
  • MPG(Hwy):
    141
  • Torque @ RPM:
    4 @ 5000
  • Energy:
    TK
  • Displacement:
    49 L
  • Top Speed:
    40 mph
  • Price:
    € 1349

Yamaha Slider Naked

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Made for tricks and stunts, the streamlined Slider Naked is ready to tackle the demands of city living, turning the streets into your playground.

The minimalist design of this 50cc machine expresses its back-to-basics style. While a lightweight construction offers great handling, giving you real feel for the road, the naked streetfighter-style handlebar responds to your every move. Under your feet, the flat footboard offers maximum agility. Distinctive protectors on the bodywork prevent bumps and scrapes as you rush through town.

From the suspension to the disc brakes, the sturdy engine and large 13inch wheels, everything about the Slider is built for play.

A scooter can be many things, but it should always be fun. That’s exactly what you get with the Slider Naked: a raw, street-ready design combined with a tough, reliable engine and easy twist-and-go transmission.

Of course, sometimes you have to rush around. So the Slider’s no-nonsense lightweight design is built for hard, tough riding – as well as for tricks. Distinctive side protectors help prevent bumps and scrapes. Long suspension, powerful disc and drum brakes, plus big 13inch wheels add to its streetfighter style.

Want to make your mark on the Slider’s stylish bodywork? With a range of add-ons available, make the scooter your own.

Light and strong chassis

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Agility lies at the heart of the Slider Naked, and this couldn’t be achieved without a robust but lightweight construction. Weighing in at just 81 kg, Yamaha’s engineers have succeeded in creating a feather-light chassis that’s strong enough to handle the daily demands of city life, but nimble enough to sprint through city traffic.

Streetfighter-style handlebar with minimalist instrument pod

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Riding the Slider Naked, you’ll be totally connected to both scooter and road. While the exposed handlebar gives you great feel for the riding surface, a compact digital instrument pod – mounted on the handlebar and built to withstand knocks and bumps – keeps you in control, by displaying all key ride information.

Narrowed-down footboard

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Offering you maximum manoeuvrability, the narrowed-down footboard makes the Slider Naked even more streamlined and easy to control in busy city traffic. The slim footboard also gives it a narrower streetbike-like profile that’s sure to turn heads.

Large-diameter front disc brake

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Precise braking control over this lightweight and agile scooter is achieved through a powerful large-diameter 190 mm front disc brake. Combined with a drum brake, long-travel suspension at the rear, and 13inch wheels, this set-up gives you great confidence and control – whatever the conditions.

Sturdy bodywork protectors

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Rugged bodywork protectors give the Slider Naked its tough, street-style look. But they aren’t just there for show – they’ll also minimise damage in the event of an accident, saving riders the extra burden of expensive repairs.

2-stroke power

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The Slider Naked’s tough, punchy 2-stroke engine is all about no-nonsense fun as it powers you along city streets. Housed inside a lightweight chassis, it delivers fast acceleration at the touch of the throttle. Fully automatic transmission means that all you have to do is twist-and-go: leaving you free to have fun in your urban playground.

Specifications

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Engine type Single cylinder, air-cooled, 2-stroke
Displacement 49cc
Bore x stroke 40.0 mm x 39.2 mm
Compression ratio 11.2 : 1
Maximum Power 2.7 kW @ 6,800 rpm
Maximum Torque 4.0 Nm @ 5,000 rpm
Lubrication system Separate lubrication
Fuel system TK
Ignition system CDI
Starter system Electric and kick
Transmission system V-Belt Automatic
Front suspension system Telescopic fork
Front travel 104 mm
Rear suspension system Unit Swing
Rear Travel 100 mm
Front brake Single Disc, Ø 190 mm
Rear brake Drum, Ø 110 mm
Front tyre 120/80-13
Rear tyre 130/90-13
Overall length 1,785 mm
Overall width 711 mm
Overall height 1,077 mm
Seat height 787 mm
Wheelbase 1,202 mm
Minimum ground clearance 155 mm
Wet Weight 81 kg
Fuel tank capacity 6.5 litres

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Bikez ----- "Made for tricks and stunts, the streamlined Slider Naked is ready to tackle the demands of city living, turning the streets into your playground"

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