Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Dirt Bikes - Yamaha WR450F Off Road Motorcycle Review



Dirt Bikes - Yamaha WR450F Off Road Motorcycle Review

Dirt Bikes - Yamaha WR450F Off Road Motorcycle ReviewMotorcycleUSA.com tested the Yamaha WR450F There should be more people riding bikes like the Yamaha WR450F. The more time we spend on production enduros like this, the more we realize that they suit a wide variety of different riders. Some market offerings are aimed at racing and others trail riding, and the Yamaha falls more towards the latter. Most people ride, not race, so that’s a good thing.

Precise handling has become one of the WR450’s greatest strengths as a big-bore enduro. Even though it has considerable girth, the front-end bite is solid and it allows the Yammie to carry better speed through tight sections with greater rider confidence. Some of our friends ride only motocross bikes in the woods, and we let them turn a few miles on the Yamaha just for grins, and that’s exactly what they came away with, along with a new respect for the capabilities of Yamaha’s flagship off-roader. 

The quiet exhaust note is another benefit for weekend warriors. With land closures reigning supreme, keeping the WR within spec is a high priority. Unfortunately, Yamaha has taken it to a bit of an extreme. . The Yamaha WR dirt bike is last year's champion and defends ...

Dirt Bikes - Yamaha WR450F Off Road Motorcycle Review

Dirt Bikes - Yamaha WR450F Off Road Motorcycle Review

Dirt Bikes - Yamaha WR450F Off Road Motorcycle Review


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