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Yamaha’s Niken GT

In 2018 the launch of the radical NIKEN 3-wheel motorcycle brought a whole new riding experience to the motorcycle world. Equipped with innovative Leaning Multi-Wheel technology and dual tube upside down forks, the NIKEN is built to deliver the most amazing corner carving experience together with higher rider confidence in all conditions.

With a larger contact patch between the tyres and the road surface, the two leaning front wheels give increased levels of front end grip that is particularly noticeable during cornering and braking, and it is this unique and dynamic characteristic of the NIKEN that makes it feel and handle like no other motorcycle.

Fitted with a range of special equipment, the new NIKEN GT brings added functionality to the 3-wheel concept by offering increased long distance touring capabilities together with elevated levels of rider and passenger comfort. Read more below…

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Get Ready to Conquer the Track with the new 2019 YZF-R1 GYTR

Yamaha R-Series motorcycles have lead the charge both on and off the track in terms of performance, technology and excitement for over two decades now. Whether it’s the rider friendly YZF-R3 or the boundary smashing YZF-R1M, there’s a Supersport model to match every rider. Now comes your chance to join with Yamaha and enter R-World in the most exciting way yet. 

2018 saw the 20th anniversary of one the most iconic designs in motorcycle history, the Yamaha YZF-R1. This first 1998 model revolutionised superbike engineering. The engine size and position, the configuration of parts within the chassis and the chassis itself were all re-imagined. Yamaha have continued to use their industry defining superbike as a platform for innovation for two decades now, reaching unprecedented levels of excellence in the sport bike industry. 

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of their ground-breaking machine, three Yamaha Racing Teams entered the legendary Suzuka 8 Hours on YZF-R1’s sporting the vintage red and white livery of the original 1998 YZF-R1. On-board their special edition machines and wearing matching leathers, the Yamaha Factory Racing Team of Alex Lowes, Michael van der Mark and Katsuyuki Nakasuga delivered a heroic effort to secure a historic consecutive 4th victory in this prestigious endurance race. 

Marking this momentous occasion and two decades of leading the way in superbike technology, Yamaha Motor Europe are proud to announce they will be releasing the limited edition, track ready 2019 YZF-R1 GYTR. Featuring the winning 20th Anniversary Suzuka 8 Hours livery including a wide range of GYTR® Performance Products – Genuine Yamaha Technology Racing – and other performance parts as standard. The YZF-R1 GYTR is for track use only. 

The key GYTR equipment on YZF-R1 GYTR includes a race wire harness set, ECU, CCU and quick throttle. This exclusive racer also comes with a high performance Öhlins FGRT 219 front fork package, TTX36 GP rear shock and fully adjustable steering damper as well as a full titanium Akrapovič Evolution 2 exhaust system. And to protect the bike, there are protectors for crankcase and wheel axles by Gilles Tooling. 

There will also be an optional addition of non-Yamaha racing parts, specially selected and installed by racing engineers of a partnering Official Yamaha Racing Team. They ensure each bike will be adorned with a full carbon race fairing in iconic Suzuka 8 Hours livery and after their assembly a dyno engine break-in and tailored chassis set-up is performed, so each individual will be fully ready to conquer the track. This is a machine for true racing fans. 

Yamaha Motor Europe will be releasing twenty units of this exclusive machine, one for each year the YZF-R1 has been setting pace in the superbike world. The model shown at EICMA is a prototype and customers will have access to the final and full specifications as well as pricing in mid-December when customers will also be able to reserve their bike online before purchasing their 2019 YZF-R1 GYTR at an Official Yamaha Dealer. Anyone lucky enough to get their hands on this unique piece of motorcycle history will also automatically receive admission to the 2019 Yamaha Racing Experience (YRE) where they will be taught by the specialists how to get the most out of their track ready racing machine.

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Niken – two swords

We’ve been running the press items from Yamaha since they announced the production of the Niken and its prototypes. A lot of the comments on social media would appear to have been a bit on the negative side with opinions, largely as expected, sticking firmly with the traditional two-wheels for a motorcycle, three-wheels is a trike idea.

We’d also been growing impatient wanting to get our hands on a Niken for testing so when the opportunity arose at the recent Scottish Motorcycle Festival at the Royal Highland Centre we jumped at the chance.

The Niken is without doubt one of the most striking machines to come off the Yamaha production line for some time. Yamaha have been promoting the Niken as a leaning multi-wheel (LMW) motorcycle, not a trike, and not a traditional bike. Yes it has three wheels but that’s about where any similarities with a trike end; it doesn’t feel like one, it doesn’t perform like one and you can’t ride it like one! It won’t stand up on its own, you will need a bike license and when you get to ride one you will realise why that is – in a very positive sense. Read More…




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Yamaha aiming for record 4th straight win 2nd Title at 41ST Suzuka 8hrs

With the race set to take place from July 26th – 29th at the legendary Suzuka Circuit in Mie Prefecture, Japan, the Yamaha Factory Racing Team will return to challenge for a record-breaking fourth consecutive Suzuka victory.

They will be contesting alongside the Endurance World Championship (EWC) regulars: the YART Yamaha Official EWC Team and the defending EWC Champions, the GMT94 Yamaha Official EWC Team.

Making a sensational debut in 1998, this year marks the 20th anniversary of the YZF-R1 production superbike, and to highlight the occasion the race bikes for all three teams will sport a special red-white livery. The colour scheme is adorned with the iconic “YZF” and “R1” logos of the first-generation R1, as well as a special commemorative 20th anniversary logo. As Yamaha seeks an unprecedented four consecutive wins as well as a second back-to-back EWC title, the slogan for this year‘s Suzuka 8 Hours is “R1evolution: The “R” Evolution Sparking a Revolution”.

The Yamaha Factory Racing Team that secured Yamaha‘s first-ever hat trick of wins at the 8 Hours will once again feature Japanese racing legend Katsuyuki Nakasuga and World Superbike stars Alex Lowes and Michael van der Mark. The team will again be led by Wataru Yoshikawa, the manager of Yamaha‘s factory team in the All Japan Road Race Championship.

Riding for the GMT94 Yamaha Official EWC Team, in their quest for a second straight title, are endurance racing specialist David Checa, former Moto2 and MotoGP rider Mike Di Meglio and 2017 EWC Riders Champion Niccolò Canepa. The French team is currently second in the standings, with just a 10-point margin to first thanks to a fantastic win at the Bol d‘Or, a second place at the 8 Hours of Slovakia Ring, and a third at the 8 Hours of Oschersleben.

The YART Yamaha Official EWC Team‘s roster to handle pre-race tests and the gruelling eight-hour race features long-time veteran Broc Parkes, 2016 German IDM Superbike Champion Marvin Fritz, former World Superbike racer Max Neukirchner and young Japanese superbike racer Takuya Fujita. Despite some unlucky DNFs, their win at the 8 Hours of Slovakia Ring puts them 13th in the standings before the race in Suzuka.

Photos: Yamaha Motor Racing Srl

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Yamaha Teams Gear Up for 8 Hours of Oschersleben

Broc Parkes, Marvin Fritz and Max Neukirchner will be looking to make it two wins out of two at the 8 Hours of Oschersleben this weekend. The GMT94 Yamaha Official EWC Team made it a Yamaha 1-2 as they crossed the line in second at the 8 Hours of Slovakia Ring and the reigning champions head to Germany firmly in the hunt to defend their title in second overall, just one point behind the overall leaders.

It has been a season of ups and downs for the GMT94 team. Victory at the Bol d’Or was followed up by an excellent damage limitation exercise in Le Mans when the team managed to finish in tenth despite two major crashes. A stunning battle with YART in Slovakia saw them finish in second to record a Yamaha 1-2 and recover the points they lost from Le Mans, meaning they arrive in Germany second in the overall standings and just one point behind the leaders F.C.C. TSR Honda France.

Determined to record back-to-back titles, GMT94 will once again line up with Spanish endurance legend David Checa, former Italian MotoGP rider Niccolò Canepa, and 2008 125cc World Champion Mike Di Meglio taking on all-comers on the Yamaha YZF-R1. Winners of the 8 Hours of Oschersleben for the last three seasons in a row, they head to Germany looking to make it four out of four at what could prove to be a crucial penultimate round of the season in regards to the championship.

YART bounced back from two DNFs at the first two rounds of the season to take a sensation victory in Slovakia, their first since 2009, and are looking forward to riding at the team’s home race. Experienced Australian Broc Parkes, and talented Germans Marvin Fritz and  Max Neukirchner make up the team once more as they look to carry this form into Germany. The team finished second in the race last year after a superb duel with the GMT94 boys and they will be looking to build on their scintillating pace at the last round in an effort to finish the 2017/2018 season as strongly as possible and head into the 2018/2019 as title favourites.

This weekend will also see the culmination of the 2017/2018 Superstock Championship, with the Moto AIN Yamaha Team currently third overall in the standings with 26 points, just ten behind the leaders, and the 3ART-MOTO Team 95 Yamaha squad in fourth with 24 points.

The action kicks off at the 8 Hours of Oschersleben with free practice starting on Wednesday, qualifying takes place on Thursday and Friday, with Saturday’s race due to start at 1 pm local time (CEST).

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2018 NIKEN online reservation system is now live

The NIKEN will be available exclusively via an online reservation system that will go live on Wednesday 16th May at 18:00 GMT. Potential customers wishing to place an order for this new leaning multi-wheel Yamaha should log on to and register their details.

Yamaha will notify all applicants within 3 working days if a unit has been allocated to them and if the registration has been accepted the customer will then receive confirmation of the supplying dealer as well as information on the next steps for the purchase and delivery of their new NIKEN.

Yamaha NIKEN: Ride the Revolution

Featuring twin leaning front wheels that deliver an unrivalled corner carving experience, the Yamaha NIKEN is the world’s first multi-wheel production motorcycle. Designed to open up new horizons for those forward-thinking riders who are looking for a whole new experience, the NIKEN is one of the most radical concepts to be seen within the world of motorcycling, and it embodies the start of a new era in machine control.

Sports bike performance with unique corner carving confidence

With the NIKEN, Yamaha introduces a whole new era in motorcycling – a riding revolution, offering a unique riding sensation that takes sport motorcycling into a new dimension.

Imagine the ability to carve through winding roads with unmatched confidence…a new feeling that could be compared to the thrilling experience when carving turns with skis. This revolutionary new kind of motorcycle feels, handles and looks like nothing else. At the same time as being different to a motorcycle, the NIKEN’s handling characteristics are also reassuringly familiar to riders.

The advanced Yamaha-exclusive technology used in the double leaning front wheel layout offers high levels of traction – making it a strong performer in corners, giving the NIKEN rider the ability to carve through winding roads with unmatched confidence. And two front wheels means there are two front tyres, so the levels of traction and braking are also like nothing else on the road!

Equipped with advanced leaning multi-wheel technology that enables a deep lean angle of up to 45 degrees – and featuring a radical body design that emphasises its unique and modern style – the NIKEN is a completely new kind of motorcycle that delivers special feelings of front-end grip, confidence and braking.

Driven by a toque-rich, 847cc, 3-cylinder crossplane engine housed in a sophisticated hybrid frame – and equipped with sophisticated electronic control technologies that enhance overall control – the Yamaha NIKEN looks, feels and rides like no other motorcycle.

Prepare for change. Ride the Revolution.

NIKEN price: The Recommended Retail Price of the NIKEN in the UK will be £13,499 including VAT. Please contact your local press officer for specific information.

NIKEN: The technology behind the revolution

  • Totally new concept in the motorcycle industry
  • Unique corner carving abilities
  • Special feelings of front end grip, confidence and braking
  • Radical design
  • Advanced leaning multi-wheel technology
  • Deep lean angle, maximum 45 degrees
  • Ackerman steering with double upside down front forks
  • Hybrid steel and cast aluminium frame with aluminium swingarm
  • Approximately 50:50 front-rear weight distribution with rider
  • 847cc, 3-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC CP3 engine
  • Special fuel injection settings and optimised crank balance
  • LED headlight and taillight
  • YZF-R1 derived mirrors with integrated LED turn signals
  • Dual 15-inch front wheels with 410 mm track; 17-inch rear wheel
  • YCC-T
  • D-MODE with 3 engine running modes
  • Cruise Control – operates above 50 km/h
  • Traction Control System with 2 modes, and off mode
  • A&S clutch for increased stability when downshifting
  • Quick Shift System for smoother upshifts
  • Compact instrument panel with LCD display
  • Aluminium 18-litre fuel tank
  • Fully adjustable rear suspension
  • Dual 298-mm front disc brakes and 282-mm rear disc brake
  • 12V DC power outlet

Genuine Accessories

Yamaha has developed a range of high quality Genuine Accessories designed specifically for riders who wish make their new NIKEN their very own. With its torque-rich engine, unrivalled cornering abilities and sophisticated electronic control technologies, the NIKEN is ready to deliver an exhilarating riding experience, and Yamaha’s range of sport-oriented accessories enable you to build a unique machine that suits your lifestyle.

The accessories range is constantly evolving, and currently includes everything from an Akrapovic system and sport seat through to a radiator protector, knuckle guards, titanium chain adjusters and more.

Availability & colour

Customers who place their online reservation at from May 16th 2018 can expect delivery of their NIKEN to their supplying Yamaha dealer from September 2018 onwards. Yamaha will confirm final delivery dates with all customers during summer 2018, and will of course keep everyone fully informed of the final delivery dates.

NIKEN will be available in the colour option: Graphite (DNMG).

NIKEN Demo Tour

If riders want to experience the NIKEN’s unique riding experience and unrivalled corner carving abilities they will be given the opportunity to take a demo ride on this revolutionary motorcycle by coming along to the NIKEN Demo Tour. From June – October 2018 Yamaha will be visiting Europe’s riding hotspots with a fleet of NIKENs, enabling everyone to Ride the Revolution.


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Yamaha and Workhorse Speed Shop Set Their Sights on Sultans of Sprint

Yard Built custom bikes are usually made to inspire our customers; to make their XSR900, XSR700, XV950R or SCR950 unique. For this project, Yamaha is breaking the rules. This XSR isn’t a bike built for standing still, this is a bike Brice built to be a sprint dominator. Low, long and fast as hell, the Workhorse Speed Shop have taken their Yamaha and pulled out all the stops. The engine to the chassis and every point in between has been tweaked, tuned, pulled to pieces and put back together to squeeze every bit of performance from one of custom buildings most versatile models.

As a competition bike, there are obvious restrictions laid down about what can be changed and what lines a builder needs to work within. Brice still had room to manoeuvre. The fully handcrafted aluminium body cuts a mean silhouette in classic Yamaha blue and yellow, a tribute to the 1985 FZR 750 Bol d’Or Sonauto ridden by Christian Sarron. The frame dropped a full 150mm and the footpegs were shifted back. The custom-built Workhorse swingarm extends an extra 100mm and turns this beast into a low-down dragster dream.

The XSR700 will have the smallest engine of all the bikes in the Factory Class. But, we start the competition with a strong advantage, a very low weight and an impressive torque. The crankshaft has been balanced, the oil circuit modified and the counterweights supressed. With a Suter antihopping clutch and a modified injection body; this is a whole new powerhouse.

Amongst the high-end parts putting this build into the stratosphere are a carbon battery, a full racing brake system, clutch control, a front and rear master cylinder as well as a NOS system with Max Extreme Nitrous Controller. The paintjob was supplied by Matthias Van Brussel and the seat and jacket mods are straight from the mind of Jeroen Bauwmeister from Silver Machine.

“What can I say about this bike?” commented Antoine Clémot, Yamaha Motor Europe Motorcycle Product Manager. “It’s fast, it’s low, it’s mean, it’s a lot of fun and we think it’s a winner. Events like the Sultans of Sprint really bring new vibes to the Sport Heritage segment with a subtle mix of fun and performance. We love to see these amazing bikes getting outside of static shows to race full throttle. They’re all about individual expression and making crazy designs and then getting together and sharing them. The Workhorse bike, it’s got that old-school Yamaha feel with the FZR750 Suzuka style body, it has bespoke everything and it just looks really unique. I’m excited to see what it does, but I’m already proud to be a part of the build.”

All that deliciousness is aimed directly at the Sultans of Sprint events running this year. Anyone with petrol in their veins should be aware of Sultans of Sprint but in case you need to get caught up, here it is. Each year hundreds of like-minded madmen and madwomen get together to race real fast in a straight line. They are events revolving around fine design, speed and above all else, fun! The Sultans of Sprint will be held at The Reunion in Italy from May 19th to the 20th, then Biker’s Classics in Belgium from June 29th to July 1st, Glemseck, Germany from August 29th to September 2nd and finally the Dandy Riders Festival in France from the 23rd to the 24th of September. If you’re lucky enough to attend an event you’ll see some outrageous designs put forward by passionate people.

The Workhorse XSR700 custom dragster will be piloted by a different guest rider for each event, with the first round featuring the legendary Niccolò Canepa, the first Italian rider to win an FIM Endurance World Championship title after lifting the 2016/2017 title in just his second season with the GMT94 Yamaha Official EWC Team.

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Locked & loaded for Latvian Grand Prix

Currently seventh in the series, Jeremy Van Horebeek is near full-strength following the wrist injury he sustained at the MXGP of Europe back in March. The Belgian, who is one of only four pole-goers this year, is looking to return to top-five form and make his way back to the podium.

Situated approximately 50 kilometers South-East of the Latvian capital, Riga, the Zelta-Zirgs circuit is relatively young. It hosted its first Grand Prix in 2009 where Antonio Cairoli took his YZ450F to victory in the premier class. The venue has since gone on to host a further seven Grands Prix, and a Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations – at which Team Belgium finished second place after their captain, Jeremy Van Horebeek, powered his YZ450FM to second place in the MXGP class.

The tracks’ layout is wide and flowing. It has a firm base with a sandy topsoil and typically develops many hidden square-edged bumps. As one of the most technically skilled riders on the line, Romain Febvre has won two races inside the premier class at the tricky Kegums circuit, and has finished on the podium twice, in 2015 and 2016. The 26-year-old Frenchman is currently fourth place in the MXGP Championship Standings, 9-points shy of Clement Desalle in third, and is determined to repeat his former success.

Jeremy Van Horebeek has made a return to his full training regime following the Scaphoid injury he received as a result of a big crash at the MXGP of Europe in Valkenswaard, The Netherlands. Up until last week, the Belgian had not been training on the bike during the week, as advised by medical experts. The 28-year-old needs 2-points on Glenn Coldenhoff to move up into sixth, and is determined to achieve that this weekend.

One rider who has a habit of setting the crowd into frenzy with his flamboyant riding style and positive outlook is Wilvo Yamaha Official MXGP’s Jeremy Seewer. The 23-year-old rookie is absolutely loving every lap turned on his YZ450F, and is rapidly building speed and confidence. He is currently ninth in the championship chase, 12 points shy of the 2016 MXGP World Champion Tim Gajser in eighth, and 15-points off Jeremy Van Horebeek in seventh.

Following his spectacular crash during the Qualifying Race at the Russian Grand Prix, Wilvo Yamaha Official MXGP’s Shaun Simpson has been diagnosed with three fractured ribs and a chipped Ilium. The gritty Scot remains in pain and is experiencing a lot of muscle cramping. Bravely, he has not ruled out the Latvian Grand Prix completely. A decision on his attendance will be made later this week.

In MX2, the Kemea Yamaha Official MX2 team is prepared for another brilliant weekend in the sand at the seventh round of the FIM MX2 World Championship in Kegums.

Having celebrated a career best achievement at the MX2 Grand Prix of Russia, where he finished on the podium for the first time, Ben Watson is brimming with confidence. The 20-year-old Brit favors a softer surface and is excited to go in pursuit of another top-three finish. He is currently fourth in the MX2 Championship Standings.

As a rider that has celebrated the Latvian Grand Prix from the podium over the last two years, Jago Geerts is bound to be the dark horse in the MX2 class this weekend. Geerts dominated the opening round of the 2016 EMX125 Championship in the sand of Kegums with a double moto victory, and then went on to prove how hot his pace is with a race win inside the EMX250 class the following year. The talented 18-year-old has plenty of confidence going into this Grand Prix after another sensational performance in Holland last weekend where he took his second consecutive overall victory to extend his lead in the Dutch Championship. The young Belgian, who is currently tied for tenth place in the MX2 Championship, is well on his way to a podium milestone in the pro ranks.

Coinciding with the MXGP and MX2 Championships this weekend and fresh off their first-ever EMX250 round victory, the ASTES4-TESAR Yamaha Official EMX250 team will line up Nicholas Lapucci and Roan Van de Moosdijk for the fourth round of the EMX250 Championship this weekend.

Similarly, the intense action that typifies the EMX125 Championship is set to resume this weekend with MJC Yamaha Official EMX125’s Thibault Benistant in the running for a podium place. The EMX125 round of Latvia will be exciting for last years’ winner of the YZ125 bLU cRU Cup, Jörgen-Matthias Talviku, with Latvia being a neighboring country to his native, Estonia.


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Yamaha Launches Official Riding Schools

The limited edition YZF-R1M has quickly established itself as the ultimate YZF-R Series model, and today it is widely regarded as being one of the most advanced and capable track day bikes. The YZF-R1’s own track record speaks for itself, with an Endurance World Championship title in 2017, a record breaking hat trick of victories at the prestigious Suzuka 8 Hours, as well as 2017 Le Mans and Bol d’Or 24 Hours race wins to its credit. The YZF-R6 blew away the 600cc Supersport segment on its launch, and won the 2017 FIM Supersport World Championship in its first year of competition. And the YZF-R3 and YZF-R125 are currently allowing younger riders to get their first taste of supersport racing and success in various Cups held around Europe.

In R World, every YZF supersport model can trace its lineage straight back to our MotoGP-winning YZR-M1 race bike.

And now, Yamaha also gives customers the opportunity to learn how to use these machines to further sharpen their track riding skills by providing one more avenue for customers to Enter R World – Official Riding Schools in Europe. These schools are aimed at customers who wish to improve their track riding skills – to become faster and safer – by getting the most out of their Yamaha supersport bike.

Each riding school is guaranteed to grant customers the knowledge needed to ride Yamaha supersport machines like a born racer. From finding the apex to understanding the bike inside and out, a Yamaha Official Riding School is the best place to engage with and learn from the highest quality Yamaha recognized racing tutors. Various courses are offered and each course is specifically tailored to work with Yamaha supersport bikes. Customers will be taught both on and off the bike and every bit of knowledge gained can then be put to test on the racetrack under the watchful eyes of certified instructors. Depending on location, Yamaha supersport machines can also be rented in case a customer wishes to do so.Yamaha Official Riding Schools can already be found in France, Italy and Spain with more schools in other countries planned to open in the coming months.

Detailed information about each riding school and courses provided can be obtained by accessing Yamaha Motor Europe’s website:

List of official Yamaha Riding Schools:

1. France, H2S: 

2. Spain, Cardoso School:

3. Spain, MotoZK: 

4. Spain, ECAM:

5. Italy, Riding School Pedersoli:


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Yamaha’s 2018 NIKEN

Yamaha have released their third NIKEN technical video today. Having explained the multiple benefits of the unique Leaning Multi Wheel (LMW) concept in the previous video, this latest release focuses closely on the NIKEN’s many other key electronic aids, and how they contribute towards achieving the ultimate corner carving experience and more.

At the heart of this revolutionary motorcycle is Yamaha’s highly regarded 847cc CP3 engine that features a number of NIKEN exclusive specifications and settings. A key feature of this torque-rich crossplane concept engine is its YCC-T electronic throttle that gives a linear rider-throttle connection for precise engine controllability. In addition, YCC-T also enables the use of a range of electronic rider aids that enhance the overall sporty riding experience and give higher levels of control and confidence.

For smooth chassis behaviour when downshifting, the NIKEN features an A&S (Assist & Slipper) clutch, while a Quick Shift System (QSS) allows clutchless upshifting – and to control rear wheel spin there’s a Traction Control System (TCS) featuring two intervention modes as well as an OFF switch.

Furthermore, Yamaha’s electronic D-MODE offers three different riding modes that can be selected on the fly to suit rider preferences and different riding situations – and the Cruise Control can be engaged from 4th gear and over 50 km/h for more relaxed long distance trips and highway riding.

Equipped with compact LCD instrumentation and dual LED headlights that underline its sharp and revolutionary styling, the NIKEN’s sophisticated specification and range of electronic aids enable you to optimize the inherent advantages associated with the unique LMW system. No other motorcycle has the ability to deliver such high levels of control and confidence, together with an unrivalled corner carving experience.

As NIKEN is an exclusive new 3-wheel motorcycle – for which a high interest has been shown already – Yamaha will be opening an online ordering reservation system on 17 May 2018 at 10:00am CEST at Customers are requested to register their interest in NIKEN motorcycle via this reservation system and will be served on a first-come/first-served basis.