Click to view: Yamaha FJR1300 owners reviews, specs and image galleries.You can’t have your cake and eat it. Either choose a fast bike or a comfy one. That all changed when Yamaha launched the FJR1300 at the end of 2000. It was the first bike
July 2003No sooner had I taken delivery, Yamaha asked for it back to be tested by another publication. Upon its return five weeks later, I promptly rode it over a large lump of rubble lying in the road at fairly high speed, leaving me with a very large dent in the rear rim. Aroun...
Click to read: Yamaha FJR1300 owners reviews, Yamaha FJR1300 specs and to see the Yamaha FJR1300 image gallery.Personally I'm a fan of new technology, as long as it works well and enhances my life. But new technology that hinders me really pisses me
2009 FJR1300 - with a 1990's FJ1200 paint jobHERE IS the first shot of Yamaha's 2009 FJR1300 supersports tourer.Replete with a paint job similar to a 1990's FJ1200, the 2009 machine benefits from various cosmetic tweaks, as well as a refined
ONE of Yamaha's few surprises for 2013 has been spoilt with the first pictures of the new FJR1300 being inadvertently published by exhaust firm Akrapovic.The shots, which come to us via Dutch site Oliepeil.com, reveal that the FJR's 2013 upgrades
the choice of bikes. The choice fell to big tourers, Kawasaki's all-singing GTR1400, Yamaha's old favourite FJR1300 and Honda's tried and tested Pan European. So, as everyone else in the office filtered home to screaming family bliss, we left on the route
is Honda’s legendary Pan European, a bike that when it was updated in 2002 caused a mini-war among the old 1100’s fiercely loyal fan base. It also generated a few worrying headlines about handling problems. Then there’s Yamaha’s FJR1300A, a big capacity
Dublin area.Airbike.ie use Yamaha FJR 1300A motorcycles, to whisk passengers to and from the city's airport. A helmet and protective clothing is also supplied.Airbike.ie went live for bookings and telephone orders on Monday 13th July.
BIG bike. Wide panniers. Narrow path. Pier. Bollards. Bang! A moment's lapse saw French bike journalist Laurent 'Lolo' Cochet, from Moto Journal magazine, and his test FJR1300 take a long ride off a short pier, while filming in St
-fit and preparing for action. The tools for the job include an interesting mix of touring and sport touring bikes, two- and four-cylinder, chain and shaft-drive. The Moto Guzzi Norge makes selection because it's new and looks as though it has potential. Yamaha's FJR
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