Prototype Yamaha Ténéré 700 Raid: a new adventure on the horizon [PHOTO]

Yamaha Ténéré 700 is a specimen designed to venture on different types of routes. A bike featuring wide-travel suspension, a compact frame and a sturdy CP2 powertrain. Now a prototype of the Ténéré 700 Raid has also been highlighted, a new perspective with the use of GYTR (Genuine Yamaha Technology Racing) components.  Prototype Yamaha Ténéré 700 Raid Only an initial step to embark on a new path linked to Ténéré 700. Among the key features of the prototype, a suspension part was reported consisting of a 48 mm fork with 270 mm travel with a triple CNC clamp triple clamp, then a new 260mm long travel shock absorber. The braking system includes a new front brake lever, braided hoses and a new caliper fixing bracket and is made up in the front area of ​​a single 300 mm front disc equipped with competition pads and also a new brake pump, while behind is an oversized 267 mm disc.    The propulsive part is then associated with: a new high-use Rekluse clutch lever with a two-part cover; a new oil radiator and a new cover for the water pump; an oversized radiator; dual cooling fans; High performance airbox and filter; a 48-tooth crown; a GYTR ECU engine control unit; then an Akrapovič Racing exhaust in titanium. This special specimen was developed by Yamaha in Europe considering the experience of the riders Alessandro Botturi and Pol Tarrés, aiming to use the full potential of the Ténéré 700. The two "Yamaha ambassadors" have evaluated and approved its characteristics on the most demanding sections. of the Moroccan desert, as reported.

Yamaha Ténéré 700 is a specimen designed to venture on different types of routes. A bike featuring wide-travel suspension, a compact frame and a sturdy CP2 powertrain. Now a prototype of the Ténéré 700 Raid has also been highlighted, a new perspective with the use of GYTR (Genuine Yamaha Technology Racing) components.

Prototype Yamaha Ténéré 700 Raid

Only an initial step to embark on a new path linked to Ténéré 700. Among the key features of the prototype, a suspension part was reported consisting of a 48 mm fork with 270 mm travel with a triple CNC clamp triple clamp, then a new 260mm long travel shock absorber. The braking system includes a new front brake lever, braided hoses and a new caliper fixing bracket and is made up in the front area of ​​a single 300 mm front disc equipped with competition pads and also a new brake pump, while behind is an oversized 267 mm disc.

Yamaha Ténéré 700 is a specimen designed to venture on different types of routes. A bike featuring wide-travel suspension, a compact frame and a sturdy CP2 powertrain. Now a prototype of the Ténéré 700 Raid has also been highlighted, a new perspective with the use of GYTR (Genuine Yamaha Technology Racing) components.  Prototype Yamaha Ténéré 700 Raid Only an initial step to embark on a new path linked to Ténéré 700. Among the key features of the prototype, a suspension part was reported consisting of a 48 mm fork with 270 mm travel with a triple CNC clamp triple clamp, then a new 260mm long travel shock absorber. The braking system includes a new front brake lever, braided hoses and a new caliper fixing bracket and is made up in the front area of ​​a single 300 mm front disc equipped with competition pads and also a new brake pump, while behind is an oversized 267 mm disc.    The propulsive part is then associated with: a new high-use Rekluse clutch lever with a two-part cover; a new oil radiator and a new cover for the water pump; an oversized radiator; dual cooling fans; High performance airbox and filter; a 48-tooth crown; a GYTR ECU engine control unit; then an Akrapovič Racing exhaust in titanium. This special specimen was developed by Yamaha in Europe considering the experience of the riders Alessandro Botturi and Pol Tarrés, aiming to use the full potential of the Ténéré 700. The two "Yamaha ambassadors" have evaluated and approved its characteristics on the most demanding sections. of the Moroccan desert, as reported.

The propulsive part is then associated with: a new high-use Rekluse clutch lever with a two-part cover; a new oil radiator and a new cover for the water pump; an oversized radiator; dual cooling fans; High performance airbox and filter; a 48-tooth crown; a GYTR ECU engine control unit; then an Akrapovič Racing exhaust in titanium.

This special specimen was developed by Yamaha in Europe considering the experience of the riders Alessandro Botturi and Pol Tarrés, aiming to use the full potential of the Ténéré 700. The two "Yamaha ambassadors" have evaluated and approved its characteristics on the most demanding sections. of the Moroccan desert, as reported.

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