FOLLOWING MONTHS of speculation and a horde of computer-generated best guesses as to what 2010 Super Tenere will look like, Yamaha has unveiled their 1200cc parallel-twin BMW GS-rival today.The 2010 Super Tenere 1200 will be armed with a fuel
VISITORS TO this year's Milan Motorcycle Show may have spotted Yamaha's wacky Super Tenere concept bike, replete with wraparound shemagh.Well, here's an equally wacky video to accompany Yamaha's 2010 super trailie, complete with vintage footage
Mmmmm. We spotted this on the radar this morning - a video showing various design concepts of the much-awaited 2010 Yamaha Super Tenere.The company has been drip-feeding us with tantalising press releases over the last few months; it's confirmed
Yamaha's all-new XT1200Z Super Tenere.The lucky group of winners set out on Monday 13 September from Dainese's headquarters in Vicenza, where Dainese technicians spoke to the group about protection and gave some advice about choosing suitable equipment
“The Yamaha Worldcrosser is a concept bike displayed at Intermot to inspire adventure world travelers and will not go into production”THOSE words figured strongly at the release of the Yamaha Super Tenere Worldcrosser concept back in 2010
YAMAHA'S XT1200Z Super Tenere with ABS will cost £13,500 when it goes on sale in dealers in June, Visordown can reveal.The cost of the all-new Yamaha may raise an eyebrow or two, compared to the £9,925 OTR retail price of BMW's iconic R1200GS
'd clambered on before.”Chiles goes on to explain how the Super Tenere is better than sex. Adrian, you're doing it wrong.
THIS IS the first official image of the new semi-faired Yamaha FZ8 Fazer.The 800cc inline four will go on sale later this Spring, along with its naked brother the FZ8, as seen on Visordown last month.We'll bring you more of the FZ8 Fazer as soon as we get it.
WHEN Yamaha showed the Super Tenere based World Crosser concept last year it was at pains to point out that it wasn't a production bike, just a concept to illustrate what could be done to the Super Tenere.Indeed, it said specifically that, “The
already has a new model developed, but it's withheld it – delaying its launch in the hope that the 600cc super sports market picks up. At the moment there isn't much sign of that, but there's a good chance Yamaha will launch a new R6 at some stage
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