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Friday, 13 June 2014

YAMAHA 2- STROKE YZ 125 and YZ 250


New 2015 Yamaha 2- STROKE Offroad is back with a refreshed range of hard-hitting YZ 2-strokes that are ready to thrill with their explosive power and lightweight dexterity. Available in July, the new YZ 2-stroke models get sharp new minimalist bodywork and factory-style graphics for a leaner and meaner look. Both the YZ125 and YZ250 also benefit from all-new front and rear suspension systems from their  latest YZ 4-strokes - while the YZ85 features revised cylinder porting for increased performance. And all models get a fast-action clutch adjuster for easy trackside maintenance.
They has  also updated the YZ-F 4-strokes with a range of technical changes as well as black rims and factory graphics. Check them out now online and see them from July onwards at your Yamaha dealer!

NEW 2015 Yamaha YZ125


To make it big in motocross you’ve got to put the hours in at the racetrack. So if you really are serious about getting to the top you’re going to need skill, fitness and determination – and the right race bike.
Which is where the latest YZ125 comes in. With its explosive engine power and ultra responsive aluminium chassis, this lightweight 125cc 2-stroke is a proven winner at the highest level.
For 2015 They has totally upgraded this legendary dirt bike with all new front and rear suspension systems for even more responsive handling and faster cornering – and the sharp new bodywork gives a cool factory look. Now all that’s missing from the package is…you.
Details
·                        Free-revving and compact 125cc 2-stroke engine
·                        Ultra-light semi-double cradle aluminium frame
·                        Race-winning power with lightweight handling
·                        YZ-F type 48mm forks, separate air/oil function
·                        YZ-F type Monocross rear suspension system
·                        All-new bodywork for a lean and modern image
·                        Fast-action clutch adjuster mechanism
·                        Wider footrests for increased controllability
·                        2-stroke engine technology for easier maintenance
·                        Easy to adjust 38mm Keihin carburettor
·                        YRRD (Yamaha Rinaldi R and D) tuning kit available
·                        Wide range of genuine accessories available                                                                                              
NEW 2015 Yamaha YZ250
If you’ve been around the dirt bike scene for a while you’ll know that the YZ250 has a appealing impressive track record. Over the years this thoroughbred racer has won just about everything worth winning in motocross and supercross.
With explosive engine performance and a lightweight aluminium chassis, the YZ250 continues to attract a loyal following of riders who grew up with 2-strokes. And it’s also caught the attention of a whole new generation of younger riders who just want to get out there and ride.
For modern factory bike looks and a leaner image we've fitted all new bodywork – and with its new YZ-F type forks and rear suspension, the latest YZ250 is ready to win!

Details
·                        250cc 2-stroke engine with explosive performance
·                        Lightweight semi-double cradle aluminium chassis
·                        Instant power with agile handling
·                        YZ-F type 48mm fork, separate air/oil function
·                        YZ-F type Monocross rear suspension system
·                        All-new bodywork for a lean and modern image
·                        Fast-action clutch adjuster mechanism
·                        Wider footrests for increased controllability
·                        2-stroke engine technology for easier maintenance
·                        Easy to adjust 38mm Keihin carburettor
·                        Torque-boosting YPVS system

·                        Wide range of genuine accessories available

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