Introducing More 2016 Yamaha Motorcycles
Yamaha YZF-R1S – Street focused MotoGP inspired superbike.
The new R1S features much of the same technology built into the R1 and R1M but with minor changes that make it the bike of choice for canyon carvers and commuters.
Starting at: $14,990
- Cutting-edge MotoGP®-Derived Crossplane Crankshaft Engine
The 2016 YZF-R1S™ features a lightweight and compact crossplane-crankshaft, inline-four-cylinder, 998cc high output engine, producing excellent power and a strong pulse of linear torque for stunning performance.
- Class-leading Electronics Package
The YZF-R1S features an advanced MotoGP®-inspired electronics package: a suite of inter-related technologies, enabling the rider to enjoy the fullest range of performance with great comfort, control, and ease of operation.
- MotoGP®-level Controllability
Featuring Yamaha’s six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), the 2016 R1S represents the state-of-the-art in digital riding control, where all riders can experience total 3D controllability.
Yamaha YZ450FX – Cross-country racing machine you’ve been waiting for.
Designed for closed course cross country and enduro‑type racing the all‑new YZ450FX combine light, nimble handling with the power of a 450.
Starting at: $8,890
- Innovative Hare Scramble/GNCC® Engine Design
The YZ450F™-based machine you’ve been waiting for! The 2016 YZ450FX™ shares the YZ450F’s revolutionary rearward-slanted-cylinder design, with a reversed cylinder head and forward-positioned straight intake. The YZ450FX delivers a controllable, torquey power character with strong top-end power tuned specifically for cross-country racing.
- Bilateral Beam Aluminum Frame
A nearly identical Bilateral Beam frame that is found on the championship winning YZ450F is used on the new YZ450FX. It places the engine and fuel tank close to the center mass of the bike for extremely light and nimble handling character.
- Advanced Fuel Injection
The YZ450F-based Keihin® 44mm throttle body fuel injection system is tuned for cross-country racing and ensures smooth throttle response and easy starting in nearly all conditions.
Yamaha WR450F – An “out-of-the-box” enduro machine.
The all‑new WR450F will prove to be a great enduro race bike as well as an aggressive trail bike for riders looking for modern technology and performance.
Starting at: $8,990
- Innovative YZ450F-Based Engine Design
All-new for 2016—with a revolutionary rearward slanted, liquid-cooled, DOHC 4-stroke powerplant with four titanium valves based on the 2016 YZ450F™, a wide ratio five-speed transmission and WR-specific modifications—the new WR450F™ is an “out-of-the-box” enduro machine. (California Green Sticker compliant with a forestry service-approved spark arrestor.)
- New Electric Starter System
New, main switch-free electrical system provides push-of-the-button electric starting convenience, Just push the starter button and go – no need to power on a main switch or insert a key.
- Bilateral Beam Aluminum Frame
The WR450F features a YZ-bred aluminum Bilateral Beam frame – engineered from castings, forgings and extrusions – with engine mounts optimized for chassis rigidity characteristics needed in enduro riding conditions.
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on October 28, 2015. Filed under Top Stories
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