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EUROPEAN TREAT: 2014 Yamaha YZF-R125 Yamaha's little four-stroke gets even racier, but it's not for the US.

EUROPEAN TREAT: 2014 Yamaha YZF-R125 Yamaha's little four-stroke gets even racier, but it's not for the US.

Yamaha has revamped its latest YZF-R125 to look and feel more like a scaled down MotoGP racer. The company, a leader in the sports 125cc market for a number of years, constantly hones its tiny zappers, but always within the power limits established by national authorities around the world. In...

Published on March 12 2014, 08:35
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

As far as calendars go, the Pirelli calendar is probably the most well-regarded worldwide. Featuring the very best photographers, shooting the very best models, and traveling to the most picturesque locations, the Pirelli's annual is an exclusive item, with only a handful given to VIP Pirelli... 

Yamaha has updated its YZF-R125 for the European market, refreshing one of the top-selling 125cc sportbikes on the continent. For 2014, the new R125 receives an upside-down fork, revised fuel-injection system, front air-intake and an R6-inspired fairing design. The engine remains unchanged from... 

This year marks the 97th running of the Isle of Man TT, and the two weeks of practice and racing sessions should be considered a "must attend" item on any motorcyclist's bucket list. The TT is a special event to attend, and I can tell you as a journalist that it is one of the more surreal... 

Can you feel it? There's a resurgence afoot. We're slowly, but surely, emerging from our collective motorcycle malaise. New models are being rolled out, and there are some truly tasty offerings already in, or coming soon to bike dealerships near you. As streetbike riders, we love performance,... 

Evidence of a Yamaha's 250cc sport bike, which is expected for a 2014 model year debut, continues to mount as India Yamaha Motor CEO Hiroyuki Suzuki confirmed that a "powerful" quarter-liter sport bike is headed for the Indian market after the next model year. Taking the place of the 150ccc... 

Tokyo Motor Show 2013 Report by Derryn Wong for webBikeWorld.com Background Tokyo is the most interesting motor show for two-wheelers, because there's always a generous showing of bikes from the Big Four. This year's Tokyo Motor Show was a lot livelier than 2011's iteration (the show runs once... 

Editor Score:95.0% Engine 19.0/20 Suspension/Handling 15.0/15 Transmission/Clutch 9.0/10 Brakes 8.0/10 Instruments/Controls 5.0/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 10.0/10 Appearance/Quality 10.0/10 Desirability 10.0/10 Value 9.0/10 Overall Score 95/100 It's safe to say that Yamaha came about as close as a...