The stunning new Yamaha show stand will feature the very latest 2017 Yamaha models and displays – with class leading machinery to be found in almost every segment from the ground-breaking R-series Supersport models to our sport heritage and sport touring line-up and of course the award winning MT range.
Topping the list of new machinery is the all new Tracer 700, which although a 2017 model has already been released in the UK. Acclaimed at it launch by the press the new Tracer 700 is set to follow in the footsteps of its bigger brother the Tracer 900 and become one of the best selling bikes in the class.
For the performance rider the track focussed R1M limited edition version joins the award winning YZF-R1 to bring the latest track technology to the road and a riding experience that is very close to a real MotoGP bike.
Our MT range has shaken up the Hyper Naked segment with a unique combination of performance, style and value. The MT-10 has had a massive impact with its daring styling and seductive cross-plane CP4, 1000cc engine, while the latest three cylinder MT-09 and award winning MT-07, plus MT-03 and MT-125 ensure that there is an MT to suit everyone.
Experience the full range of new MT models at Motorcycle Live 2016 by visiting the Dark Side MT Tour truck and booking a test ride at the show.
New wave custom and retro enthusiasts who appreciate the more traditional machines are also in for a real treat at Motorcycle Live this year with the latest XSR700 and XSR900 on show as part of Yamaha’s Sport Heritage range. Offering a uniquely blend of style and performance the new XSR machines are based on popular MT models with the same performance and handling asthe MT version but with an individual character and soul combined with timeless retro style.
There’s something for everyone in Hall 4 with the massive Yamaha stand and full display of bikes plus the popular Yamaha Retail Store packed with the latest clothing and apparel ranges. Surrounding the main stand you will find the Dark Side Tour Truck with everything MT, Yamaha race display and Nick Sanders with his Destination Adventure presentation.