Yamaha Off Road TT-R110E

Unlike most specialty bikes that cater to a specific market, a bike like the Yamaha TT-R10E offers plenty of fun for the whole family, begging to be ridden by just about anybody with a remote interest in motorcycles.

The seat height for the TT-R110E reaches only 26.4″, making it easily accessible to most riders of any shape and size. That goes well with 7″ of ground clearance that offers great suspension at both ends of the bike. In addition to that, the TT-R110E is powered by a very palatable 110cc air-cooled SOHC four-stroke engine that has been tuned for maximum off-road performance in a wide range of trail conditions. This goes with a four-speed gearbox with automatic clutch that offers the right gears for just about any terrain.

For the 2012 model, Yamaha is also offering a slew of new additions, including a long YZ-style gripper seat, Team Yamaha-inspired colors, graphics, front and side number plates, large, folding, cleated foot pegs, and a key-type ignition switch that prevents unauthorized riding.

There’s always a place to start when you’re looking into satiating your desire to ride bikes. Whether you’re a young kid or a start-upper, the Yamaha TT-R110E has what you need to learn the ropes.

Find out more about the Yamaha TT-R110E’s specs after the jump.

Yamaha Off Road TT-R110E originally appeared on topspeed.com on Wednesday, 5 October 2011 17:00 EST.

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Source: http://www.topspeed.com/motorcycles/motorcycle-reviews/yamaha/2012-yamaha-off-road-tt-r110e-ar114334.html

Jimmy Bryan Clemar Bucci Ronnie Bucknum Ivor Bueb Sebastien Buemi

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