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2013 YAMAHA Stryker, A muscular, forward-lunging look reinterprets iconic custom chopper styling for the 21st century. High-end looks without the high-end price tag. Gutsy 1304cc, fuel-injected liquid-cooled V-Twin engine churns out the inspired, big-engine feel riders will love. Even with its radically raked out front end, Stryker has the superbly nimble and lightweight handling that choppers and mid-class competitors can only dream about. Low seat height (26.4 inches) allows riders to put both feet on the ground and helps provide this bike s natural, relaxed and comfortable riding position. The wide 210-series rear tire and chopper-inspired 21-inch front wheel reinforce the muscular styling of the bike. No cheap plastic fenders here this authentic cruiser has real steel fenders customizers love. Classic belt drive, too. Get started on your own customization with two trim packages in high-quality chrome, or an aggressive looking, blacked out package.
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A couple of weeks ago, Yamaha Europe released a video called “Dark Side of Japan” teasing a new street bike it claimed would “change the sport motorcycle world.” Today, the company revealed its new model, introducing a new naked sportbike powered by a “Crossplane” three-cylinder engine called the MT-09. (EDIT: and we can now reveal that the North American version will be known as the Yamaha FZ-09.) The 2014 Yamaha MT-09 is powered by a new 847cc three-cylinder engine first teased at Intermot last year. According to Yamaha, the MT-09′s engine produces 113.4 hp at 10,000 rpm and 64.5 ft-lb.Mon, 31 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Josh Hayes will make his MotoGP racing debut at the Nov. 6 Valencia Grand Prix in Spain as an injury replacement for fellow American Colin Edwards. Already set to test the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 M1 after the season-ending race, Hayes was a logical choice to ride in Edwards’ place.Mon, 16 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800
Cyril Despres beat his teammate Marc Coma to win his fourth Dakar Rally, while KTM captured its 11th consecutive win in the 33rd running of the off-road race. Despres won three stages and finished the 5,214-mile race in South America in a total time of 43 hours, 28 minutes and 11 seconds. Despres crossed the finish in Lima, Peru, with a lead of 53 minutes and 20 seconds ahead of his fellow Red Bull KTM rider Coma.
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