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Yamaha WR 250X
Yamaha WR 250X

2009 WR 250X

2009 WR 250X

One glimpse at the 2009 WR and you’ll see where it gets its Yamaha uses its iconic motocross bike as the template for one of the most popular dual-sport on the market, and the result is a rugged-looking, dirt bike that’s light, agile, and powerful.

The 2009 Yamaha WR is available in models–the 250R, 250X, and 450F—and there are only a few differences between each such as seat height, weight, tire size, and type. The WR450F is the largest in the lineup, with its 449cc producing a generous output of horsepower at 8250 rpm and 22.8 of torque at 7750 rpm.

WR lineup offers dual-sport in a single bike purchase. the bike out for a day spent riding the trails, and then simply the mud off and it’s ready for tomorrow commute to work. The fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine is than ready to deliver the power and performance, whether jumping logs or weaving in and out of

Visually, the 2009 Yamaha WR is a Aggressive angles and a streamlined emblazoned with Yamaha’s blue and white panels this bike a showstopper. to look more like a bike than a cruiser, the sports big alloy wheels out with thick, chunky and a fun attitude.

Yamaha WR 250X

The low-sitting seat, 35.2 on the WR250X, helps improve the control and maneuverability, thanks to a low center of gravity. Finishing off the exterior are its sharp front and fenders and knitted headlight.

in between 259 and 271 pounds depending on the the 2009 Yamaha WR is not the lightest bike on the market. Of course, a lot of the weight comes courtesy of the convenient electric start, computer, green-sticker emission and skid plate. It also a USFS-approved spark arrestor for your favorite wooded free from the threat of a fire, which are so frequently by errant sparks.

The Yamaha WR’s handlebars and pegs are ideally positioned the driver’s ergonomics in mind, and the panel offers all of the bare including a speedometer, trip clock, fuel gauge, and lap each delivered in an eye-pleasing format.

Yamaha’s 2009 WR lineup the same style and size of tank, which comes in at two gallons, and for most part, the are reported to be able to get 71 mpg. this number is usually based on a steady 25-mph owners should expect lower results in the 60 to 65 mpg range.

Yamaha WR 250X

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