The TY-E has been unveiled at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show.
The winningest rider in MotoGP history will continue with the Yamaha factory squad through the end of 2020.
The Big Four are all bringing interesting neo-retro motorcycles to Canada this spring. Which one looks like the best fit for you?
The full-sized touring market has three new mega-motorcycles introduced for this riding season. Here’s how they stack up against each other on the spec sheets.
It didn’t take long for the competitors to start crashing out; one unlucky rider managed to bin it only three klicks in.
Canadian website doesn’t mention the upgrades, so we might have to wait to see them show up on bikes sold here.
Sadly, no indication from Yamaha that it intends to bring upgraded naked bike to Canada in the next few months.
The Raid Edition is supposedly designed for riders who want to go longer distances; it hasn’t been announced for our market yet.
Really, not a whole lot more information has come to light, and we still don’t know if it’s coming to Canada.
Now, the FZ-07 and FZ-09 have been renamed to MT-07 and MT-09, and the 700 gets some upgrades to go with the new name.