Yamaha TT-R110E Motorcycle Review — Ultimate MotorCycling

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Yamaha TT-R110E Review

The of tomorrow are the young dirt riders of today, and the Yamaha off-road motorcycle presents all the needed to get a rider off on the right

First off, the ergonomics of the fit our 4′ 6 test rider Shaun perfectly. With a seat of 26.4 inches, the Yamaha is a much shorter bike the L version of the TT-R110 bike has larger wheels) or the Honda (a bike that is actually in a different class). The only current bike in this range is the standard Kawasaki (and there’s a big wheel of that model, too).

At point, let me reiterate my standard bike safety mantra: do not buy a and expect the rider to grow it. If it’s too big on day one, it is too big. Get a bike, and then replace it the larger bike once the has grown into it.

Next, the Yamaha TT-R110E has an starter. Yes, I was born in the of kicking and kicking and kicking until the bike fired up. No, I think that was a character

All it did was create frustration. None of us to start our cars with a so there is nothing wrong starting a motorcycle with a button. Ultimately, if the youngster get the bike fired up, it falls to a … to do the kicking, so we’re helping ourselves.

If you like, you can always disconnect the battery and rely on the kickstarter

To get things moving, there’s an clutch on the Yamaha. The young still shifts between the ratios with his left (neutral is at the bottom of the pattern), but the clutch eases the process of the proper use of a transmission. For new riders, of this greatly simplifies the of getting going. Just the Yamaha TT-R’s throttle and off you go in

Let the new rider cruise around in and then you can introduce the idea of up.

The power created by the short-… TT-R110E is perfect. It does not rev but if you do rev it out, decent power is to be Torque is king for a new rider, and the pull from the little two-valve, SOHC motor it extremely useful. A rider can along at walking pace concern, but there is enough for attacks on hills of reasonable

Traction from the cheap Shin tires isn’t the but the engine is not a big wheelspinner. The tires eventually wear and you can slip on high-performance racing tires (12 14 front) from Bridgestone, if the is demanding better tire

Sporting about four-and-a-half of wheel travel at both damping, nothing fancy-the suspension is well matched to the of the motor and simple chassis Small jumps are fine, as are bumps on the trail. It isn’t travel, but it is not a harsh, over-sprung either. Our test riders complained for a second, but they have a large library of

Instead, it is all about meeting and the Yamaha TT-R exceeds It’s a smile factory.

is not a race bike. The Yamaha is a trail bike, and it’s capable on even moderately trails. There will be clearance issues (it has 7.1 inches), but at 158 (claimed wet), adults can it over any obstacles that come up.

Long giant are no-go, but you would still be at the capability of this little It certainly turns tight that you can take it on any trail dad can and it will out-turn a big bike on nasty switchbacks.

I like to see kids learn the of maintenance. It’s educational, as it them understand a bit about how the works. The TT-R’s air filter is hidden behind the faux cover, and the filter itself removal of only a few simple

The spark plug is in easy but I do not expect that item need to be changed all that Adjusting the chain is not complicated, and oil (level check, draining, and is all easily done thanks to accessibility.

Low-tech and unintimidating, the Yamaha is an outstanding starting machine for a rider ready to embark on a of two-wheeled enjoyment.

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Helmet: Shift

Goggles: ARC Corona

Jersey, and pants: Shift Assault

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Photography by Don

Photo rider: Shaun of Lewisport USA.


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