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My new bike, a Yamaha XJ6 Diversion

First ride out on my replacement for the CBF1000, this time it's a Yamaha XJ6 Diversion (aka FZ6R in the US). I give you my first thoughts on the machine even though I've literally just bought it.


 


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Yamaha XJ6 Diversion Walk Around
Another overview of the Yamaha Xj6 Diversion, but this time with exterior shots of the bike. A great all-rounder I reckon.





Chasing the Vanishing Point, basically how to read roads a little easier.
I give you my take on describing the Vanishing Point or Limit Point, which could be useful for any motorcycle rider who does not currently use a point of reference when accessing the severity of any particular corner. I guess if you asked most riders how they know if they can make it round a given corner safely they''d say "Through experience!" or " I just know!" and perhaps they really do know and experience helps of course, but this system helps take some of the risk or guesswork away. It's not mine of course! I came across this when reading some motorcycle books years ago just after passing my test, the book is called "Motorcycle Roadcraft" and is available through amazon etc http://www.amazon.co.uk/Motorcycle-Roadcraft-Police-Handbook-Motorcycling/d p/011341143X/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1375125579&sr=8-2&keywords=roadcraft I should also state for reference although I didn't really mention it in my video, that most of my speeds were aimed at between 40mph - 60mph and were pretty much done using a single gear with maybe the odd up or down gear change for either entering or exiting tighter bends. I also only used my brakes when absolutely necessary to give a smoother ride overall. There's nothing to stop you using the brakes of course but then there's a whole new ball-game with braking points etc, I was just doing it this way to keep it simple.





New bike reveal! Sounds a bit like "Empty" Doh!
Just me and my new bike, no real surprises really in choice as I'd already reviewed it on a short test ride last year. So, talking a bit about handling and forks etc and it ain't all bad news really. I think it handles fine now after having ridden it for a few hours.





Yamaha XJ6 Diversion Review
An indepth review of the Yamaha XJ6 Diversion, covering engine characteristics, brakes, fuel injection and the overall weight and balance of the machine, plus a look at the seat height versus handlebar position. This is a more hands on review rather than my previous walkaround the bike from a while back.





XJ6 Diversion F (UK) Review
My first video, in it I talk about my new motorbike, the recent 2012 Olympics and some other randomness, hope you enjoy! MattSoup





GoPRO - Yamaha XJ6 Diversion F
Playing around with my new bike, Yamaha Diversion F plus my new GoPRO camera! Still learning about corner controlling and stuff, pretty nice beginner's bike tho!





Yamaha XJ6n Review or Road test
A review on a Yamaha XJ6n we recently sold, the new owner asked me to review it. A 2010 model with 3,000 miles on the clock. The Exhaust is from J A C Exhausts, wigwam lane, Hucknall, Nottingham 0115 9635556 http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Roadcraft-School-of-Motorcycling-Nottingha m/103550093054142 Filmed on my lovely Drift Ghost HD. For 10% discount on Drift cams and accessories, http://www.beechdalemotorcycles.co.uk insert code beech10 Or call 01159297414 during business hours to enable discount





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 of MCN.





Yamaha XJ6 Diversion Review
An in-depth review of my Yamaha XJ6 Diversion after owning it for 2 years and nearly 15000 miles.





YAMAHA XJ6 DIVERSION MEGARA CIRCUIT
TRACK DAY MEGARA CIRCUIT (1lap) 27/3/2010





Yamaha XJ6 Diversion with Arrow full system
A Yamaha XJ6 Diversoin with Arrow full system Exhaust, Titanium with Carbon Fibre tip. Sorry for the bad recording. Enjoy :)





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2011 YAMAHA XJ6 Diversion(XJ6S) impression(Japanese)
webサイトや仕様諸元にのっていない所を中心に紹介して みたつもりです。 少し前に撮影した動画ですが、XJ6を検討されている方の 参考になればと思い アップしました。 ※補足  この動画を撮影後確認しましたが、リアブレーキディ スクロックは  ピン径6mmのものしか入りません。





Yamaha XJ6 DiversionF Superbike-online.cz
Video od www.superbike-online.cz





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