Yamaha presses its advance into the mid-size sportbike market with a two-prong attack in the form of the FZ-07. Naked and simple, this smallest FZ sibling brings a good balance of features to the table, and it can serve as an entry-level bike of sorts. Before anyone gets their knickers in a twist, “entry-level” isn’t always synonymous with “kiddie bike.” Sometimes it refers to a bike that can serve as a first bike and go on to become an everyday commuter, and much like its full-fairing cousin, the FZ6R, this naked sport fills that niche. Since cowling bikes and naked bikes attract different sorts of buyers, this ride represents the Ying to the FZ6R’s Yang in order to try and dominate the mid-size sport market. Today I’m going to take a look and see what Yammy has in store for us with this naked threat.