Yamaha introduces more 2013 motorcycles
Yamaha Motor Corp U.S. is very excited to launch additional models of its 2013 motorcycle product, and with a motorcycle or scooter to fit every rider, Yamaha’s lineup for 2013 couldn’t be more diverse. Check out some of the 2013 lineup in the photo gallery below.
In the SuperSport category you can start with the AMA Pro Road Racing decimating R1 and R6. Two-time AMA Monster Energy Graves’ rider Josh Hayes has put the R1 and its iconic crossplane crankshaft engine to good use, dominating the AMA Superbike class once again. Cameron Beaubier has come back with vengeance after an early season injury to put the R6 on the top of the podium in the Daytona Sportbike class. The 2013 YZF-R1 and YZF-R6 come back in a variety of new and exciting colors.
If casual canyon carving or commuting are more your style, the FZ1 or FZ6R with their top-notch performance, style and high-end features could be just what you need.
Maybe you’re the kind of rider who is looking for a nice long adventure. The award-winning and class-leading Super Tenere will ensure you get to your destination with confidence not matter how varied the terrain you’re traversing. For 2013 the Super Tenere is available in Pearl White and Matte Gray.
Family fun begins with the entire line of electric start TT-Rs, starting with the TT-R50E all the way up to the TT-R230, as well as the bike that has launched many professional motocrosser’s careers, the “one-of-a-kind” PW50.
Rounding out the off-road category is the 2013 WR450F. All new just last year, the WR450F is ready to go right off the showroom floor. Starting couldn’t be easier with the push of a button and the YZ250F frame and YZ-derived suspension on the WR450F make it handle like a true race bike.
Both the 2013 model FJR1300 and FZ8 will receive minor changes for 2013 and will be introduced within the next month.
Also returning for 2013 is the Yamaha Majesty Scooter in Charcoal Silver, rounding out one of the most complete scooter lineups in the industry.
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