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2006 Yamaha Yzfr6 on 2040-motos

$5,499
YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:13595 ColorColor: BLU
Location:

Woodstock, Illinois

Woodstock, IL
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Yamaha YZF tech info

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Yamaha YZF description

2006 YAMAHA YZFr6, PRICE RECENTLY REDUCED!The YZF R6 isn’t a race replica; it’s a racer, developed at racetracks, honed to perfection. For 2006, the R6 is light, powerful and bristling with knowledge gained from years of racing. As a result is one of the most advanced motorcycles ever built by Yamaha. Is also the first production motorcycle with a fly-by-wire throttle system-for flawless response under all conditions.Some significant updates for the 2006 model year: a new fork, front brakes and revised engine with 3 hp more than the previous model. But the big difference comes on the chassis: an inverted fork and a taller front tire.This R6 is a clean bike with lot's of add-ons:-Tuning Fork Logo Windshield-Works Suspension tuned by Ken at Superbike Suspension-Pazzo Racing Levers-Pitbull Steering Stabilizer-Tank Grip-Frame and Swingarm Sliders-Michelin Pilot Power Tires with plenty of tread-Steel Braided Brake Lines-Two Brothers Low Exhaust Pipe-WoodCraft Generator CoverThe bike has gone through our rigorous service inspection and has no issues, it's ready for the road!Come take a test ride today, inquire about financing online!

Moto blog

Yamaha Auctioning Cal Crutchlow’s Leathers To Benefit Oklahoma Relief Fund

Tue, 04 Jun 2013

The terrible events that occurred in Oklahoma were tragic. To help with the rebuilding efforts, Yamaha is auctioning off a pair of Cal Crutchlow’s leathers, with 100% of the proceeds benefitting Feed The Children. FTC’s aim is to provide food, medicine, clothing and other necessities to families who lack these essentials due to war, poverty, famine, or natural disasters.

MotoGP Axes Claiming Rule and Adjusts Moto2 Engine Swap Fees

Wed, 03 Jul 2013

The International Motorcycling Federation‘s Grand Prix Commission officially annulled MotoGP‘s Claiming Rule. Effective immediately, teams using the official spec Magneti Marelli ECU hardware and software are exempt from having their engines claimed. Starting in the 2014 season however, the claiming rule will be cancelled completely.

I can die happy!

Wed, 04 Sep 2013

As an eighteen year old Kenny Roberts was my bike racing God.  I loved Barry Sheene but as a Yamaha FS1E rider I always wanted the little American to win simply because his bike resembled mine.  The coverage of Grand Prix in the late seventies was sketchy but I clearly remember watching the epic Sheene/Roberts battle unfold at the Silverstone GP on my council estate telly.  The Dutchman, Wil Hartog was hanging in there for a while but as the laps unfolded it became a two way battle with Sheene looking favourite to win.  Sheene lost the most time as the pair lapped a certain George Fogarty so my hero Roberts eventually won by just three hundredths of a second.  I’m not sure what happened next but being a Sunday we would no doubt be skidding around later in the day at the Pines chippie pretending to be Roberts and Sheene.  Fast forward thirty four years and a boyhood fantasy came true as I headed out on Chris Wilson’s 1980 Roberts machine for the Barry Sheene tribute laps at last weekend’s Moto GP.  It crackled into life instantly and felt as sharp as any of the more modern 500s I used to race.  The temperature gauge had a maximum marker on 60 degrees so to begin with I was nervous as it didn’t move but being a hot day (although still keeping my hand on the clutch) I convinced myself it wasn’t working.    The bike felt tiny, not helped by the fact I only just squeezed into my 1989 Marlboro Yamaha leathers.  It still felt rapid though as I played out the 1979 classic in my head while getting tucked in down the Hanger straight.  Steve Parrish was also out there on one of Barry’s 500cc Heron Suzukis so we did our best to copy the famous last lap at Woodcote Corner where Sheene came so close to winning his home GP. As a lad I would have said the chances of me riding round Silverstone on a GP winning Kenny Roberts machine were zero, but in the words of Gabrielle, dreams can come true!