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Rich Newland  says:

New Yamaha MT-09 850cc triple breaks cover

An all-new 850cc street-focused triple for just £6799? Meet the future of Yamaha… Yamaha have released details of one of their most important new bikes in decades, the MT-09. It’s an all-new naked middleweight designed specifically for the European market with a brand-new 850cc transverse three-cylinder engine, upright riding position, distinctive styling – and a hugely attractive price tag of just...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (11 June 2013 15:16)

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Dec 12

Posts: 1437

Diablere says:


where is the Yamaha R675? that would have been interesting. not a parts bin special with a triple engine. Yawn... not exciting at all. Sorry i don't think Triumph have too much to worry about with this.

even the Markerting is inspired by Triumphs

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May 09

Posts: 508

speedo007 says:

Make the frame black like swingarm, put a decent headlight, and you guys have a winner. Sweet concept.

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Apr 12

Posts: 4

joeprodigy says:


Waiting to know how it sounds like.

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Sep 12

Posts: 3

kel123 says:


Not a good looking bike, but could be good. I would be surprised if this sells for £6799.

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Sep 12

Posts: 204

domster says:


Looks like a superb addition to it's intended market but I really don't want to wait up to five years for more useful TDM or TMAX versions.

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Jan 05

Posts: 162

nigel100 says:


well at least it hasnt got stupid wall-E spares bin headlamps, so it already has one thing over the triumph

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Dec 05

Posts: 24

bob9t9 says:

Rip off

It seems that Triumph are getting a taste of their own medicine. The new Trophy is a RT with different badges. Now yamaha copy the street triple in all but frame and name. how long before bikes get like cars and everything looks so similar that it's no longer possible (or worth) telling the difference. I hope not.

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Jun 13

Posts: 1

maydayray says:

the Empty Nine

Great, great bike but...really? the MT-09? Ouch! Sounds like a wood chipper, eh?

Yamaha Marketing, call me. I'm available for hire. 

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May 10

Posts: 102

Bebobobob says:

14 Litres?

i don't mean to be the one who picks the flaw and focuses on it, because i like :D but 14L? is that it? :(

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Jan 11

Posts: 295

yzrm1 says:

Realy Nice

damn this bike looks realy good.!!! every aspect looks great. glad Yamaha comes up with new bike's. Yamaha seems to kept word. stunning bike :-)

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