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Yamaha XV950 review | First rides | Motorcyclenews.com

The new XV950 is the first example of what Yamaha calls its 'Sports Heritage' range. As well as retro styling aimed at attracting artistic custom builders the world over, these bikes are viewed by Yamaha as performance bobbers - able to outperform rivals. MCN visited Los Angeles to test the theory, and to find out just how capable the new XV950 really is. View more great motorcycling videos on the MCN channel: http://www.youtube.com/motorcyclenewsdotcom Get the latest motorcycle news at http://www.motorcyclenews.com/ Join us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/MotorcycleNews/ Motor Cycle News on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/MCNNews MCN sport on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/MCNSport


 


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Yamaha MT-07 Game On! | First Ride | Motorcyclenews.com
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KTM's Uncrashable Bike: New Bosch ABS | News | Motorcyclenews.com
The world's first cornering ABS brings the 'uncrashable; bike one step closer, and it's standard on KTM's 1190 Adventure from 2014. We take a look at one of the biggest breakthroughs in biking for years. Get the best of biking EVERY day... Latest motorcycle news: http://www.motorcyclenews.com/ Sign up to MCN Xtra -- the new MCN newsletter: http://www.motorcyclenews.com/ Like /MotorCycleNews on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/MotorcycleNews/ Follow @MCNnews on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/MCNNews Follow @MCNsport on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/MCNSport





2014 Star Bolt vs. 2013 Harley-Davidson 883 Iron
In our urban performance bobber shootout, the choice is between the proven machine with a few well-documented idiosyncrasies, or the upstart contender that's eager to take on the champ. Who do you like? Read the full shootout article here - http://www.motorcycle.com/shoot-outs/2013-harley-davidson-883-iron-2014-sta r-bolt-comparison Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Motorcycle YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/Motorcycle Facebook - http://facebook.com/MotorcycleCom Twitter - http://twitter.com/MotorcycleCom Web - http://www.Motorcycle.com Established in 1994, Motorcycle.com is the premiere online resource for motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts. With hundreds of high quality, detailed video reviews on bikes from Harley-Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki and just about everybody else, it's the best place to go to learn about the latest and greatest two-wheeled creations. There's simply no better resource if you're planning on buying or if you just want to check out some awesome machines.





Yamaha XV950 (Star Bolt) international press launch review
Motorcycle journalist Roland Brown tests the Yamaha XV950 and XV950R — Star Bolt in the US — on the bikes' international press launch in Venice Beach and on the surrounding roads of California





Yamaha XV 950 Bolt R 2014 - 150 km prøvekørsel
150 km på den japanske Harley-Davidson - Okay den er fed. Sådan var første indskydelse da vi fik overrakt Yamaha XV 950 Bolt til to dages prøvekørsel. Designet er mere Harley-Davidson Sportster, end originalen selv. Bolt er endda mere gennemført med lækkerier overalt.Op på jernhesten og afsted. Igen spøger originalen, da siddestilling og kørestil er som på den lille sportster, dog med færre vibrationer, men lyden og takten er som på det amer.. - Se mere her: http://www.magacin.dk/motorcykler/yamaha-xv-950-bolt-r-proevekoersel/ar4985 /





2014 Star Bolt First Ride - MotoUSA
Motorcycle USA climbs aboard the 2014 Star Bolt in this First Ride video. Read the full first ride report: http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/275/15936/Motorcycle-Article/2014-Star-Bolt-F irst-Ride.aspx





Copper Bolt by Low and Mean at Sturgis Yamaha Bolt
http://www.lowandmean.com Using only bolt on parts Low and Mean transformed the stock Star Bolt into this one of a kind motorcycle. Thru out the rest of 2013 this Low and Mean build will be on tour with Star Motorcycles. Low and Mean the leader in aftermarket bolt on products for your cruiser. Enjoy the ride. The Copper Bolt is available as a limited edition cruiser from Low and Mean for more information give us a call at 855-880-6660. The video was shot using a go pro camera attached to the Low and Mean Storm Trooper Bolt.





Essai Yamaha XV 950
Retrouvez toutes nos vidéos sur : http://www.motor-infos.tv L'essai complet : http://www.motor-infos.tv/video-832-yamaha-xv-950-bolt-western-japonais.htm l FB : https://www.facebook.com/motorinfos Découverte aux Etats-Unis au printemps 2013, la Yamaha XV 950 "Bolt" est disponible depuis peu en France, en version standard et en version R. Les Japonais n'ont guère changé leur fusil d'épaule pour taquiner Harley-Davidson....





Essai Yamaha XV950 et XV950R : Une véritable alternative au Sportster 883 !
Lire notre essai complet sur la Yamaha XV950 et XV950R : http://www.moto-station.com/article16967-yamaha-xv950-r-croqueuse-de-yankee s-.html Sur le segment d'entrée de gamme des customs légers et sportifs, Yamaha propose la XV950 - également disponible en version R (avec amortisseurs à bombonne et ABS de série). Pour juger des ses capacités dynamiques, mais également de son impact visuel, c'est aux Etats-Unis que la marque japonaise nous a convié. Direction Los Angeles (Californie), d'où Moto-Station vous ramène ses images d'essai, tournée entre Venice Beach et Mulholland Road. Let's go !





Star (Yamaha) Bolt Test Ride
Quite a significant length test ride of the new Star Bolt and I found it to be a very comfortable and enjoyable bike to ride. Overall impression is that it is a very good bike, well made, well built, it feels like Yamaha have spent a lot of time getting this bike to where it is now. Positives: - Comfort - Rider position is very very comfortable, as well as the seat being very nice to sit on. - Clutch - so light and so smooth. It was so easy to use. - Power and Torque - a fair amount of it (not quite as much as the Bonneville) and very easy to use it. Plenty of low end torque makes for a smooth and easy ride on the streets. - Handling - good ground clearance and very smooth and stable around corners - Stability at high speed - even with a pretty strong head wind on this test ride the bike was rock solid. As I came over the hill a strong gust blew me around a bit but nowhere near as much as on the Kawasaki w800 or the Triumph Bonneville. Very stable bike. - Brakes - Although I had to grab the lever pretty hard to pull her up, the brakes definitely get the job done. Negatives: - Throttle - It seemed like when I was trying to maintain speed at 60-80 km/h the bike couldn't decide if it wanted the throttle on or off. Quite touchy. Despite my best efforts to keep the power smooth it wanted to alternate between acceleration and deceleration in a jerky, haphazard manner a lot of the time. This is the only big negative about the bike and I imagine it would get quite annoying. Maybe fuel mapping can be changed and improved for cruising use. - Transmission - was smooth but the gear changes were very loud. May change with more run in and an oil change (this bike was brand new - I put the 1st kilometres on it :-) ) - Rear suspension - the rear suspension on this model, the R, was quite firm. Apparently the base model has softer suspension with more travel, so could be more comfortable than the R spec model. Suspension travel is only 75mm or so I believe, so not much room for movement considering the condition of most Australian roads. - Vibration - but hey, it's a big V twin, of course it's going to vibrate a bit. Overall this bike was excellent to ride and I would own one. Comparing to the Kawasaki w800 and the Triumph Bonneville, I would consider the Bolt to be the best bike of the three. However, there is something about the w800 that I liked and I can't quite put my finger on it. It just had this fun charm that grabbed me. The Bolt is more stable at speed, corners better and has more power than the w800, but I think the w800 has more personality, looks better, has an even more comfortable seat and is easier to ride in the streets due to its impeccable fly-by-wire throttle setup, with a torque peak at 2,500rpm. The Bonneville's positioning meant a huge reach to the bars, had an awkward shifter and the seat was a lot harder than the other two, so it would definitely not be my choice of bike from these three. Thanks for watching :-)





Yamaha Bolt - BIKE ME!
Borrie walks you through the 2014 Yamaha Bolt





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. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & http://www.facebook.com/motorcyclistmag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend Google+ - https://plus.google.com/101867967859016552744/posts Website - http://www.motortrend.com & http://www.motorcyclistonline.com/index.html





Bolt vs Honda Shadow comparison video
Head-to-head comparison of the Bolt by Star Motorcycles and the Honda Shadow.





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