Welcome to Los Angeles Yamaha. We have all the latest cycles and gear for 2016.
Yamaha is the first Japanese motor cycle manufacturers to race world wide, Yamaha has assisted the performance market forward ever since. Competing today in MotoGP and AMA Superbike, Motocross and Supercross, the “crossed tuning-forks” company (Yamaha’s logo honors a musical heritage) remains a vigorous force in racing worldwide. The Yamaha motorcycle product range is broad, from the swift FJR1300ES sport tourer and fiery YZF-R1 superbike down to the diminutive PW50 beginner’s dirtbike. In between is virtually every kind of machine, such as the new FZ-09, an affordable three-cylinder naked bike that delivers sizzling performance and style, and the versatile twin-cylinder Super Ténéré adventure bike. Others include a trio of lightweight dual-sport bikes led by the WR250R, a handful of easy-to-ride scooters like the fuel-injected Zuma 50FX, and nearly a dozen powerfully addictive YZ motocross, WR enduro and TT-R playbikes
The big news for the 2016 YZF-R1 is that the motorcycle will be offered in three different color schemes: Matte Gray, Team Yamaha Blue/Matte Silver, and limited-edition 60th Anniversary Yellow/Black. The Matte Gray and Team Yamaha Blue/Matte Silver models will retail for $16,490, and the limited-edition 60th Anniversary Yellow/Black R1 is priced at $16,990.
One of Yamaha’s perennially best-selling Supersport models, the middleweight YZF-R6, is back for 2016. Like the 2016 R1, it will also be offered in three different color schemes: Matte Gray, Team Yamaha Blue/Matte Silver, and limited-edition 60th Anniversary Yellow/Black. The Matte Gray R6 will retail for $10,990, the Team Yamaha Blue/Matte Silver R6 will be priced at $11,190, and the limited-edition 60th Anniversary Yellow/Black R6 will have a MSRP of $11,490.
There are great improvements this year on the Yamaha motocross 2016 line up, which include the all-new YZ450F and the WR450F, along with upgrades to the YYZ250FX and YZ250F. All models feature fuel injection and electric starts. The all-new 2016 YZ450FX, described as an off-road racer engineered and built specifically for hare scrambles and GNCC competition.”
The YZ450FX shares the YZ450F’s rearward-slanted-cylinder design, with a reversed cylinder head and forward-positioned, straight intake. The YZ450FX is tuned specifically for cross-country racing. In addition, the bike features cross-country-specific suspension tuning, a wide-ratio five-speed transmission, enduro-specific multi-plate clutch, and an electric starter and main-switch-free electrical system to help reduce rider fatigue and provide easier race-start launches.