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Yamaha XSR700 To Come With Pirelli Phantom Tires

Yamaha XSR700 To Come With Pirelli Phantom Tires

Following the announcement of Yamaha's new, retro-inspired XSR700, it has also been announced that Pirelli will fit the new bike with its Phantom Sportscomp tires. Front tire size will be 120/70-17, with a 180/55-17 in the rear. According to a Pirelli press release, the Phantom Sportscomp tires...

Published on July 25 2015, 10:42
Source: blog.motorcycle.com
 

The new Indian Motorcycles, Star Bolt, Suzuki V-Strom 1000 and Yamaha FZ-09 we showed you in recent issues were just appetizers; here's the main course for 2014. BMW K 1600 GTL Exclusive BMW has been hard on the gas launching new-for-2014 models, including the F 800 GS Adventure (Rider, October... 

Ducati intends for the Multistrada 1200 Enduro to take you further off the beaten path than any Multistrada that's come before it. More than 266 new or updated parts have gone into making that happen. The world is too big and beautiful a place to not continually be exploring, and with its... 

Yamaha's XSR700 falls into what Yamaha refers to as their Sport Heritage range, a category similar to Triumph's Modern Classics or BMW's Heritage series. The idea behind all the motorcycles in those categories is to pay homage to the classic bikes of yesteryear while using the latest technology... 

Editor Score:91.5% Engine 19.0/20 Suspension/Handling 14.0/15 Transmission/Clutch 9.0/10 Brakes 8.5/10 Instruments/Controls 4.5/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 9.0/10 Appearance/Quality 9.0/10 Desirability 9.0/10 Value 9.5/10 Overall Score 91.5/100 Whoever said, "you can buy fashion but you can't buy... 

Editor Score:89.5% Engine 19.0/20 Suspension/Handling 12.0/15 Transmission/Clutch 10/10 Brakes 9.5/10 Instruments/Controls 5.0/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 9.5/10 Appearance/Quality 9.0/10 Desirability 9.0/10 Value 6.5/10 Overall Score 89.5/100 Energica made e-bike waves in 2013 when it let us ride the ... 

In fact, the Bonnie really completes the old-guy trifecta. These three are modern interpretations of what the '60s were all about and long before that, really. BMW built its first Boxer (which was its first motorcycle) in 1923. Triumph built its first Speed Twin, the Bonneville's granddad, in... 

Editor Score:93.5% Engine 19.5/20 Suspension/Handling 14.0/15 Transmission/Clutch 8.75 /10 Brakes 9.5/10 Instruments/Controls 5.0/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 9.0/10 Appearance/Quality 9.5/10 Desirability 9.5/10 Value 8.75/10 Overall Score 93.5/100 The last time Triumph conducted a major . At that press...