Announcing the Official Yamaha WR450F Rally Replica2017-08-25 07:23
Yamaha Racing are proud to announce the launch of the Official Yamaha WR450F Rally Replica. Rally Raid parts and accessories partner DRAG'ON have teamed up with Yamaha Motor Europe to give you the opportunity to own and ride the same bike that Xavier de Soultrait tears up Dakar on. The same bike that won the Merzouga Rally 2017 and is tackling rallies across the globe right now. Not just a Rally Raid superstar, the WR450F battles it out with tremendous success, event after event, in the FIM Enduro World Championship at the hands of Yamaha Racing's Loïc Larrieu.
Official Yamaha WR450F Rally Replica
Engine Type Single Cylinder, 4-stroke
Displacement 449 cm3
Bore x Stroke 97,0 x 60,8 mm
Compression Rate 12,5 : 1
Lubrification Wet Sump
Clutch Type Wet, Multiple Disc
Fuel System Fuel Injection
Ignition System TCI
Starter System Electric and Kick
Transmission Constant Mesh, 5-speed
Final Transmission Chain
Frame Semi Double Cradle
Front Suspention Telescopic Forks
Front Travel 310mm
Rear Suspension Swingarm (Link Suspension)
Rear Travel 318mm
Front Brake Simple Disc , Ø 290 mm
Rear Brake Simple Disc, Ø 245 mm
Front Wheel 21"
Rear Wheel 18"
Fuel Tank 31 Litres
DRAG'ON Rally Race Service
With your purchase of the Official Yamaha WR450F Rally Replica comes the opportunity to take advantage of the exclusive Rally Race Service offered by DRAG'ON for the 2018 Dakar Rally. This is your chance to take on the worlds toughest rally yourself aboard the WR450F Rally Replica and DRAG'ON will take care of everything that needs to be taken care of. From transporting a full stock of official spare parts to offering race side mechanical support so you can keep your focus on the race ahead of you.
Read more about the Official Yamaha WR450F Rally Replica at the Yamaha Racing Website. To get your hands on the world-leading Rally Replica and gain access to the exclusive Rally Race Service from DRAGON contact them directly today.
Source: Yamaha Motor Europe
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