Motorcycle World is proud to have this demonstrator Niken up for sale. The bike is in great condition and well looked after. Very low mileage, as new. 24 Months Yamaha Factory warranty began on 28 Jan 2020.We have the V5 present as well as 3 keys. All our bikes go through an extensive multi-point check by our technicians before release.Delivery available, ask for detailsBuy with confidence from the main Yamaha dealer in Northamptonshire.NIKENThe radical NIKEN is part of your tomorrow. And it is ready to open up a whole other dimension in riding control.Featuring our unique Leaning Multi-Wheel (LMW) technology, this radical and versatile 3-wheel motorcycle looks, rides and feels like nothing else. Twisting roads are its natural playground. And with dual leaning front wheels giving you enhanced feelings of grip, the NIKEN can corner carve with total confidence.With its bold and futuristic body design, the NIKEN projects a commanding presence. And its torque-rich 847cc 3-cylinder engine and lightweight hybrid chassis ensure thrilling sports performance and long-distance touring comfort. Turn up the Revolution.At a glance:-Unrivaled corner carving experience-All season, high specification Sport Tourer-Most innovative design in the Sport Touring class-Feelings of front end grip, confidence, and braking-Advanced leaning multi-wheel technology-Deep lean angle, maximum of 45 degrees-Ackerman steering, double upside-down front forks-Around 50:50 weight distribution with rider-Fully adjustable rear suspension-847 cc, 3-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC CP3 engine-TCS, QSS, A&S clutch, D-MODE, Cruise Control-Hybrid steel and aluminium frameCompare insurance quotes
MCN overall review verdict: Pilot a Niken and you’re a celebrity with a ready-made audience. Everywhere people look at you. Kids wave, cyclists nod, pedestrians smile. It can’t help but brighten your day. Non-bikers love it, but strangely, the Austrian bikers we met on the bike’s launch didn’t seem to want to know. Few bikes have split opinion as much. Related: Yamaha Niken GT review First unveiled at the end of 2017, the Niken was joined by the GT, a touring version with panniers, heated grips and a few other extras in 2019. Yamaha’s LMW (Leaning Multi Wheeler) was received with a combination of fascination and incredulity. It wasn’t, as some thought, for disabled riders (it’ll fall over when its stationary, just like any other bike) or an easy way for car drivers to become bikers (its track is too narrow to be ridden on a car licence). Instead, it was all about trying to enhance riding pleasure. Yamaha’s engineers wanted to come up with a bike that gave more front-end confidence and allowed more people to exploit it. Their reckoning was that losing the front was a biker’s biggest fear – and the way to allay those fears was to increase grip.
|Annual road tax||£93|
|Annual service cost||-|
|Max power||113 bhp|
|Max torque||64 ft-lb|
|Average fuel consumption||-|
|Tank range||186 miles|
|Frame type||Steel aluminium hybrid|
|Engine type||Liquid-cooled DOHC triple|
|Fuel capacity||18 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
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