2008 Yamaha TT-R Lineup First Rides — Motorcycle USA

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Yamaha TT-R 110 E

2008 Yamaha TT-R First Rides

The Yamaha lineup isn’t just for the uns, with the 125 and 230 models to deliver off-road performance for as well.

Family fun for everyone is Yamaha’s 2008 TT-R is all about. MotoUSA got an opportunity to the entire TT-R spectrum at MX Park in Riverside, California, and six models to choose from of which are new), there’s for every member of the family.

— (MSRP: $1199)

the needs of your smallest members is the TT-R50E. The most TT-R offers Junior a low seat height and is powered by an 49cc, air-cooled 4-… To simplify the riding experience a three-speed transmission featuring an centrifugal clutch eliminates the handlebar-mounted clutch lever and the little one to focus on the task at

Ten-inch wire spoke are stopped by simple mechanical brakes front and rear. A spark arrestor insures junior will be able to tag on those weekend getaways. the best feature of Yamaha’s TT-R is the electric start, makes starting the fiddy too easy, especially after (not that we would about that).

And worry not, pit bike Yamaha has a host of GYTR including an 84cc big bore kit effectively doubles horsepower stock. You can check out all the hop-up at Yamaha’s Build-Your-Own webpage.

is what the TT-R lineup is all getting Junior in the off-road A three-speed transmission and centrifugal complimenting an electric start on the helps to ease the learning

TT-R110E — (MSRP:

Replacing the TT-R90 is the all-new The newest Yammie playbike is powered by an 110cc, air-cooled, 4-…. The theory behind the displacement to 110 was part of a design to a greater range of riders. believe us?

Take a look at the photos and see an equal number of pint-sized and 200-pound adults having a on the new Blue. Unlike other in its class, this one features a transmission mated to an easy-to-use clutch.

The chassis has been and now features a …-cast aluminum top with built-in handle — making handlebar a less costly exercise. The new Showa fork is stiffer and 4.5-inches of travel (up 5mm). a firmer gas-charged rear moves 4.3-inches (up 15mm) and to a reinforced swingarm.

The 110 also streamlined YZ-inspired styling and that make you feel you’re on a smaller version of the AMA big boy’s pilot through the A 14-inch front wheel and help raise seat to 26.4-inches, yet still provides 7.1-inches of ground clearance. And of starting the new 110 is easy as pushing a

Yamaha has a full slate of the TT-R machines. There can be for everyone in this crew.

— (MSRP: $2599/2699/2899)

TT-R125 has long-been a benchmark in low-speed entertainment. For 2008 the 125 is in three unique variations so pay attention. All three machines are by the same smooth, 124cc, SOHC 4-… engine.

A five-speed transmission and traditional clutch all come standard. The new Showa front fork has of travel while out back the rear shock sports of travel for the E model and 6.6-inches in the A new flatter seat featuring seat foam supports the rear-end, and allows longer comfortable motors for both big and

The TT-R125E base model is for smaller riders with its front and 14-inch rear low 30.5-inch seat height, softer suspension settings and operated drum brakes which all equate to a bike can slap big smiles on smaller Handlebar-mounted electric start comes standard.

Yamaha TT-R 110 E
Yamaha TT-R 110 E

The TT-R125L is the next step up. The L is only and features a 198mm front disc brake. 19-inch front and 16-inch wheels hoist seat up to 31.7 inches and slightly suspension settings allow for bottoming resistance for larger

Lastly there is the TT-R125LE. The LE is the 125 model and has the same wheels and height as the L model but gets start, front and rear preload adjustability and even suspension settings from the L A larger 220mm hydraulic disc brake and an aluminum complete the list of changes.

the 125s is guaranteed to induce no matter what size or level rider you are. We comfortable on the smallest E-model, but enjoyed bombing around on the LE due to its incredible braking prowess and heavy-duty suspension that leaping from jump to nearly as comfortable as a full-size

The minis are fun even if you aren’t in the age range, which is why the TT-R50E has a of aftermarket options to make it amenable to the big kids out there.

— (MSRP: $3499)

but not least is the TT-R230. The largest in the TT-R line up and is back new graphics for ’08. A smooth, 223cc, air-cooled SOHC powers the largest Yamaha and together with the six-speed and front hydraulic disc compared to the other models, TT-R feels like a off-road bike in the performance A set of 21-inch front and 18-inch wheels adorn the 230 and bump clearance to 11.6 inches.

And this one also comes electric start.

Yamaha’s new TT-R playbikes are way too They’re affordable, look and have gobs of performance for category of rider. Best there is a Yamaha TT-R can accommodate riders of any size and level, and a full-catalog of genuine go-fast goodies is available.

is making it easier and more to start making your friends see Blue.

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Yamaha TT-R 110 E
Yamaha TT-R 110 E
Yamaha TT-R 110 E
Yamaha TT-R 110 E
Yamaha TT-R 110 E
Yamaha TT-R 110 E

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