YAMAHA 70CC DIRT BIKE - FOLDING BIKES REVIEW - RIDING YOUR BIKE TO WORK
Yamaha 70cc Dirt Bike
- trail bike: a lightweight motorcycle equipped with rugged tires and suspension; an off-road motorcycle designed for riding cross country or over unpaved ground
- n. an off-road motorcycle. Usually louder than MTBs.
- A motorcycle designed for use on rough terrain, such as unsurfaced roads or tracks, and used esp. in scrambling
- There are many systems for classifying types of motorcycles, describing how the motorcycles are put to use, or the designer's intent, or some combination of the two. Six main categories are widely recognized: cruiser, sport, touring, standard, dual-purpose, and dirt bike.
- (Yamahai) In the early 1900’s, one brewer discovered that all of this hard work was not necessary: if the brewers just monitored and controlled the temperature, water levels, exposure to air and a few other variables, the lactic bacteria in the yeast starter would naturally produce lactic acid
- A list of products made by the Yamaha Corporation. Some of the items listed here are no longer in production. For example, the YAS-21 student-grade alto saxophone of the 1970s was superseded by the YAS-23 and YAS-25 saxophones during the 1990s.
- Japanese motorcycle manufacturer.
yamaha 70cc dirt bike - Lifan 125cc
Lifan 125cc Engine Dirt Bike Motor XR50 CRF50 CRF70 ATC70 CT70 ST70 ST90 Carb Complete Kit
Model: 1P52FMI-K(124cm3) Type: 4-stroke single-cylinder, air cooled Displacement: 119.7ml Bore*Stroke: 52.4mm*55.5mm Compression ratio: 9.0:1 Primary reduction(hand clutched): 3.722 Max. Net Power & Rotating Speed: 6.5kw/7500r/min Rated Power & Rotating Speed: 5.6kw/7500r/min Max. Torque & Rotating Speed: 8.0N.m/5000r/min Idling Speed: 1500r/min Min. Fuel Consumption: ?367g/kw.h Ignition: CDI Starter: Kick starter Lubrication: Pressure/splash Oil capacity: 900ml Transmission: 4-speed 1 down 3 up manual clutch (1-N-2-3-4) Size: 470x275x280mm Due to the fact that this is a racing engine, no warranty is expressed or implied. We have not had a single problem with the engine.
Yamaha Fazer 600 Ride Review
2000miles, nearly a little less but that is a two months ride in almost the weather that is wet and cold and get to your bones with the kind of chill you face in this country. Yamaha Fazer 600 S2, 2009 model which comes very close to its predecessors and possibly take over them with few very little differences. I decided over the Yamaha Tenere 660 and upgrading my previous 99 Fzr 600 to 2009 model. Obviously for the like minded who ride in any weather and commuting is primarily the main purpose, this bike serves a good purpose. Handling : certainly has gone better from the previous ones. Only if you tend to ride her on the motorways, you will suffer due to the wind drags and would highly wish for something with a bigger windscreen fitted from Yamaha. Power : Able to pull a straight 66mph in the first gear with everything stand still, it sure has no compromise on the power range as the engine is a pure derivative from the existing R6 - as stated by Yamaha. Indeed, the smooth powerline is remarkably well noticed with the throttle response. Engine : With the 2000miles on the clock, it has no single sign of any cramps or any noticeable alarm which will ring a bell in my mind. Possibly, the only sign that on the positive lines is that it is extremely quiet and wants you to make it scream going up the power curve in any gear. Braking : From the previous Fazer, which was 10years old to the new generation of present day motorcycle I have had few close brakings in the traffic bloc city of London, it goes very sharp. Personally, it is well in control presentable bike, which wont let you down with braking. Sharp and precise if you only know how to bring this beauty to stop in controlled agression. Built Quality : Definitely, much lighter given all the motorbike sellers know what they want with the future motorcycles, dont you reckon, it is true - you would find yourself answering it, YES - isn't it ? Mark it on the 8/10 with only biggest miss being the small windscreen and looks bit under expected standard for a big bike like this.. Yamaha could have done much better with its big deflective windscreen as default. Mileage : It is a big thumb down as I commute everyday and find it quite disturbing that a previously non FI 10years older Fazer was a much better performer on mileage than compared to this new FI technologically advanced version, it brings only 110 miles to a full tank. Again, I m not an aggressive rider and prefers to take it smooth and riding through the city mostly. I would have liked to say, overall this machine has a power range to offer you what you may want in a city and mostly even on the motorways, to clinch your thirst, it is capable of 146mph what more do you feel you will ask from all-in-one motorcycle. All the above mentioned reviews are my own words and observed figures, Please feel free to ask and share.
Yamaha SR500 ...
Die Yamaha SR 500 wurde von 1978 bis 1999 gebaut wurde. Die Bezeichnung „SR“ steht fur „Single Road“. Es gab die Modelle 2J2 (1978-1979 z.B. Amerikanischer Markt), 2J4 (1978-1983 Deutschland) und 48T (1984-1999). 48T Modelle unterscheiden sich von den fruhen Modellen vor allem durch das kleinere Vorderrad und den verschlei?festeren Motor, der eine geanderte Olversorgung des Zylinderkopfs zum thermisch hochbelasteten Auslassventil, sowie eine gasnitrierte Nockenwelle mit optimiertem Ventilhub und Hartblock-Kipphebel bekam. Das Motorrad hat einen luftgekuhlten 1-Zylinder-4-Takt-OHC-Motor, 499 cm? Hubraum, der fur den deutschen Markt wegen der damaligen Fuhrerscheinbestimmungen/Versicherungsklassen auf 20 kW (27 PS) gedrosselt wurde. Ungedrosselt, durch vergro?erten Ansaugstutzen (beim Modell 48T auch eine andere Vergaserduse), hat der Motor 25 kW (34 PS). Am Produktionsende hatte, durch verscharfte Larm-und Abgasvorschriften, der Motor nur noch 17/18 kW (23/24 PS), ungedrosselt 20 kW (27 PS). Eine serienma?ige "neuere" SR erreicht eine Hochstgeschwindigkeit von etwa 135 km/h. Eine SR 500 mit 25 kW (34 PS), erreicht dagegen eine Hochstgeschwindigkeit von ca. 145 km/h.
yamaha 70cc dirt bike
Tread pattern designed for easy rolling and smooth ride. Wide range of sizes to provide optimum selection to replace your original utility tires. Long-range compound. Please note: Tire sizes vary by machine please check your current tire and wheel size before ordering. Fits: ARCTIC CAT 50 2x4 2004 ARCTIC CAT 50 2x4 2004-2005 ARCTIC CAT 50 2x4 2005-2006 ARCTIC CAT 50 2x4 2006 ARCTIC CAT DVX 50 2006 BOMBARDIER DS50 2-Stroke 2002 BOMBARDIER DS50 2-Stroke 2002-2003 BOMBARDIER DS50 2-Stroke 2003-2004 BOMBARDIER DS50 2-Stroke 2004-2005 BOMBARDIER DS50 2-Stroke 2005-2006 BOMBARDIER DS50 2-Stroke 2006 BOMBARDIER DS90 2-Stroke 2002 BOMBARDIER DS90 2-Stroke 2002-2003 BOMBARDIER DS90 2-Stroke 2003 BOMBARDIER DS90 4-Stroke 2002 BOMBARDIER DS90 4-Stroke 2002-2003 BOMBARDIER DS90 4-Stroke 2003 BOMBARDIER Quest 50 2-Stroke 2003-2004 E-TON Lightning AXL50 2000 E-TON Lightning AXL50 2000-2001 E-TON Lightning AXL50 2001-2002 E-TON Lightning AXL50 2002 E-TON TXL50 2000 E-TON TXL50 2000-2001 E-TON TXL50 2001-2002 E-TON TXL50 2002 HONDA ATC 70 1973 HONDA ATC 70 1973-1974 HONDA ATC 70 1974 HONDA ATC 70 1978 HONDA ATC 70 1978-1979 HONDA ATC 70 1979-1980 HONDA ATC 70 1980-1981 HONDA ATC 70 1981-1982 HONDA ATC 70 1982-1983 HONDA ATC 70 1983-1984 HONDA ATC 70 1984-1985 HONDA ATC 70 1985 HONDA TRX 70 FOURTRAX 1986 HONDA TRX 70 FOURTRAX 1986-1987 HONDA TRX 70 FOURTRAX 1987 KASEA SKYHAWK 50 2000 KASEA SKYHAWK 50 2000-2001 KASEA SKYHAWK 50 2001-2002 KASEA SKYHAWK 50 2002 KAWASAKI KFX 50 2003 KAWASAKI KFX 50 2003-2004 KAWASAKI KFX 50 2004-2005 KAWASAKI KFX 50 2005-2006 KAWASAKI KFX 50 2006-2007 KAWASAKI KFX 50 2007-2008 KAWASAKI KFX 50 2008-2009 KAWASAKI KFX 50 2009 POLARIS OUTLAW 50 2008-2012 POLARIS PREDATOR 50 2004 POLARIS PREDATOR 50 2004-2005 POLARIS PREDATOR 50 2005-2006 POLARIS PREDATOR 50 2006-2007 POLARIS PREDATOR 50 2007 POLARIS SCRAMBLER 50 2001 POLARIS SCRAMBLER 50 2001-2002 POLARIS SCRAMBLER 50 2002-2003 POLARIS SCRAMBLER 50 2003 SUZUKI LT50 QUADSPORT 2002