Yamaha XJ600N Ride 1
First successful video using Drift HD action camera. Just a short ride - a
short review of this bike is in the comments below.
MCN Roadtest: Yamha XJ6 Diversion
MCN has just returned from testing the new Yamaha XJ6 Diversion and naked
XJ6 in Australia.
The two new models both feature the same de-tuned inline-four engine from
the Yamaha R6.
The faired, XJ6 Diversion is smooth and easy-to-use - aimed more at
commuters and novices alike.
The naked XJ6 is a completely different animal. With the fairing removed
the XJ6 weighs 6kg less which makes it feel more manic and more agile.
To read the full test, pick up a copy of the Wednesday January 21 edition
2014 Yamaha FZ-09! Low-End Torque and an Intense Top-End Rush - On Two Wheels Ep. 47
Does gobs of low-end torque and an intense top-end rush sound appealing?
Then you're going to get a kick out of Yamaha's new FZ-09, which sports a
feisty 847cc inline-triple bolted into a bare-bones chassis. On this
episode of On Two Wheels, Motorcyclist magazine Road Test Editor Ari
Henning introduces you to the new Yamaha and gives a breakdown of it's
strengths and weaknesses.
On Two Wheels appears every other Wednesday on the new Motor Trend channel.
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Bike magazine's Three Divvies Top Speed Challenge
What happens when you give three Bike staff three Yamaha Diversions 600s, a
miniscule budget and tell them to go as fast as possible? Apparently you
get one tuned engine, one bolt-on Nitrous kit and one ludicrous shrink-wrapped
streamliner. But which is most effective? There's only one way to find