Yamaha Super Tenere World Crosser First Ride How To Make & Do Everything!

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Yamaha Super Tenere World Crosser First Ride

What do you think about this video?

Jack White: for thousand pounds more I would put my own protection on I don’t like the stickers.п»ї

crashedupderby: a thousand pounds more. why is it so much heavier. п»ї

TheRidingKnight: If you go for used, you can get a pretty clean one for 8k. I don’t know about you, but that sounds pretty reasonable.

Tack2252: Pitty it’ll cost around ВЈ12,000 New bike prices are daft these days, I’ll wait a couple years and get a good used one. Let someone else soak up the depreciation.

Frank Newcomb: Thank you for clearing that up ,i did think he said pounds meaning weight ,not money ,funny it just didnt dawn on me. )

Walter Wilkins: Good economical review of an excellent bike; esp with reference to last Tenere review. However, as with all of these hummer-cycles, the larger issue (pun) ought to be addressed: Who the hell really needs/wants/enjoys riding these bikes? Other than fuelling the ego, the smaller adventure bikes are way more enjoyable for the vast majority of riders.

Don’t you agree that what we really need are the smaller V-Stroms, Tigers, ect. to be upgraded with better suspension, brakes and factory farkles?

bigdaddy junior: i own a ktm 990 adventure, i i just find useless that they keep producing bigger and hevyer bikes for offroad adventure. i mean this crap is just way too heavy for offroad. i don get it. what we need is a 600 cc very light bike, with lots off hp, and a huge fuel tank. i mean wtf, whats next. 400 kilos 2300 cc with a 2 gallon fuel tank. freak this crap.

boxwoodgreen: I’m buying an adventure bike in the spring of 2013, and sadly the BMW trio are alone in the top tier of my list. ( F700GS, F800GS, R1200GS ) I’m 5’5 in thick socks and BMW is the only manufacturer the has a factory frame lowering option to get the seat height down to a level where I can touch ground. I’d love to consider the Triumph Tiger 800 or Explorer 1200 to get a 3 cylinder engine, or the Tenere but they’re just too tall.

hamsterminator01: to be honest. to be honest? to be honest.

mrnicktoyou: Thanks for being so perfectly honest, to be perfectly honest. But seriously, I like this reviewer.

kd4ysi: that looks like a very fun bike indeed

TheEvilMrHyde: Wow ,STICKERS.

miller almeida: Pitty I live in Brazil and here it costs around R$ 60,000 and we get R$ 600 per month

Anthony Barrick: This is the only guy worth watching on MCN

jarjarlol: It is really disappointing how expensive motorcycles are now. They are approaching car prices with all their fancy electronics. They need to make analog versions of all the bikes out that are basic and controlled by the rider.

Jason Nunemaker: No.

05068279: As usual, another great review by Michael Guy. But f*ck’s sake, learn to pronounce Akrapovic properly! You’re a motorcycle journalist. Ah-crap-oh-vitch.

Mario Blaha: i need XTZ 800 (twin motor) world crosser. please yamaha made it

leprinceconstant1985: Steady cam dude. If you shoot with dslr it looks like you have Parkinsons

bunnyDrug: I like this guy and his overviews. He seems down to earth

ApexIXMR: What are you, 12 years old?

Kyle Bubp: You’d be surprised. I’ve done water crossings with those tires on my Tenere.

panpipesjohn: 1:35 — akrophobic

SwollenCranium: You must also have no sense of humor. Jeeeeez. it was a joke, a play on words.

modutchable: 2:21 – damn amateurs leaving the indicator on!

Alex’s Bikes and Motors: i don’t understand how a bike with tyres like that can be ridden off road at all

DiamondTeee: Sounds nice, shame you’ve got to have min. 32 inside legs to ride any Adventure bike.

Bang Jeks: my dream bike. I hope not just dream 🙁

steady2wheels: It weighs way too much as standard let alone with all the rubbish on, it’s far too heavy

The Pie man: Ohh, thanks mate 🙂 I just don’t buy the paper usually because i am such a tight arse.

steady2wheels: pound as in pound sterling, our currency, we use kilograms for weight

guernseybozrah: FOR TRX whoever you are see definition of PT below. Parallel Twin: A two-cylinder engine configuration in which both cylinders are mounted side-by-side and across the frame.

Walter Wilkins: Deep!

Vale Viva: You seem more like youngster Jeremy Burgess each time I watch you on the screen! Lovely video as always.

The Pie man: Dear MCN, please can you do more used bike tests of bikes for BIKERS, i think i speak for many when i say people are getting fed up of adventure and touring bike reviews. Not only are they often ridden by self riotous pin cushions, but they are MORE BORING than the terms and conditions page of Itunes, as well as being way out of price range for normal people. TBH i dont want to spend the next 6 years paying off finance either.

jimnyfuchs: Does anyone remember the conceptbike of the XT660Z Tenere World Crosser with blue paint?

Yamaha Worldcrosser Concept
Yamaha Worldcrosser Concept

dahveed284: The World Crosser is nothing more than a regular Super Tenere with some bolt-on items put on at the factory. A GS Adventure has some bolt-on items as well, but it has a lower first gear and a larger fuel tank. Comparing the World Crosser to an GS Adventure is misleading.

simeli94: Can u make a video about the new Hondas? Nc 700 SAC, NC700 X, Crosstourer, Crf 250L?

steady2wheels: that is illogical, although it does practically weigh 1000 pounds any way

john doe: crackerinternational They do make a great 650cc. It’s called the KLR 650 🙂 Fill it up and go forever at a fraction of the price of the Tenere, KTM, BMW. etc. Yes you guessed it, I own one 🙂 2009

james jesse: In my humble opinion: These dual sports the KLR,GS650 or 1200gs or Tenere. Are really not about dirt. they are for riders like me that may hit a gravel road once in a while and dream about riding around the world. I rode my KLR to Mexico last year 3200 miles round trip.

I hit a few gravel roads and loved every minute of it. As far as off road..they really are not functional. most guys that buy dual sports spend more time putting on farkles then riding.

Tomos13: Will it be available in the U.S.A? I like it 🙂

The Pie man: Sorry, i guess i used the wrong phrase. I probably meant test, though review is still applicable. Anyway, in a video such as ”Budget V-twin group test” (which was great!) they tested and in a sense reviewed some old bikes, and gave an excellent indication of age related quandaries, how the engine has fared the test of time and how they perform compared to their modern counterparts.

I mean, i don’t call ВЈ2.5K particularly budget, but still a more realistic option for many of us out there.

Steve N.: I have a 2012 Tenere, great bike. Did you know that Yamaha sells a low seat for the Tenere? Not sure how low it is, but maybe worth a look.

lamilumag: there are rumors about it coming 2014 with the new 850 three cylinder motor from the mt-09 if they manage to produce a new xtz850 with 100hp, 100nm and

210 kilos max (filled up) – that would be an absolute beast!

HDbajaboys: KAWASAKI

Travis Tynes-Peissner: Totally agree. I ended up with a G650GS, because the other GS bikes were just monstrous. It could use another 5 or so horses, but the weight trade off made it well worth it.

I just did the Dalton Highway (Fairbanks to Prudoe Bay), and compared to the beastly 1200GS and Buel Ullysys that went with, I definitely had the easiest time, even down on power. Light = Goood!

gio2812872: I wish Yamaha could make a modern version of the yamaha xs1100 low weight better braking and more HP

Pumpelche: I’d say you got the wrong tires, didn’t you? 😉 I myself ride R1200R – an amazing bike, also for hanging off style until the boxer covers scratch the grounds..

Walter Wilkins: This appears to be a great bike, but these Hummercycles are all wonderfully manufactured machines. But really, for who? As someone who’s been riding for over 40 years with tons of on and off road experience, I can attest to one thing: ar, Riding costs money. For the buck most people can afford, give me a DL650 abs or something similar – with a few farkles. With that, I’m off with a bit of change in my pocket to buy me more time and longer rides.

My B$M$W day’$ are over; and good riddance!


Yamaha Super Tenere World Crosser first ride 4.9 out of 5

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