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Monday, October 12, 2015

Yamaha re-use their legendary livery color

Before using blue as the primary identity today, Yamaha previously known used characteristic yellow color with black shades. In their new 60th anniversary motorcycle models, the famous Japanese motorcycle manufacturer to bring back their legendary color.
Yamaha's 60th anniversary motorcycle models of YZF-R1 and YZF-R6. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Mmd9g7)
The black-yellow theme will be present in the intermediate sport motorcycle model YZF-R6 and Super Tenere adventure follows the YZF-R1 model, which have long introduced by Yamaha is present in a similar theme. Yamaha launches two special models without experiencing any technical changes.
Yamaha's 60th anniversary motorcycle models of Super Tenere. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Mmd9g7)
As reported by the Motorcyclistonline on Saturday, October 10, 2015, the yellow livery also has historical value for Yamaha since won the GP500 world championship (the current MotoGP) 1978 season. The era of the triumph achieved by Kenny Roberts as the rider who riding YZR500.
This title also marks the start of the achievement of three titles in a row achieved Yamaha and Kenny. Therefore, the yellow theme is characteristic of Yamaha's success in the era of Kenny Roberts.
And Yamaha's 60th anniversary edition models ie Yamaha YZF-R6 and Super Tenere released at a more expensive price of US. $500, or approximately Rp.6.72 million of the price of standard variant. R6 selling price was US. $11,490, or approximately Rp.154.67 million, while the Super Tenere is US. $15,990 or approximately Rp.215.2 million. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTORCYCLISTONLINE]
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