Yamaha 2017...

As well as the new colour options already announced we have THREE new models...

New MT-10 SP: Speed of Darkness
For 2017 Yamaha are transferring the most advanced YZF-R1M supersport technology across to the Hyper Naked segment. Featuring Öhlins Electronic Racing Suspension (ERS), Thin Film Transistor (TFT) instrumentation and dedicated colouring, the new MT-10 SP represents the ultimate expression of power, control and aggression.

In addition to the MT-10 SP, for 2017 Yamaha have also enhanced the current MT-10 with a number of upgrades to its already high specification, making it an even more impressive multi role motorcycle.

For faster clutch-less upshifting when accelerating hard, the MT-10 is equipped with a new Quick Shift System (QSS). By momentarily cancelling drive torque when an upshift is detected, the QSS gives even more thrilling acceleration through the gearbox. The 2017 model also features revised engine mapping that gives smoother throttle characteristics from low to high rpm for more balanced performance. 


New MT-09: The Dark Side of Japan never sleeps
For 2017 Yamaha’s designers have created an even more dynamic look for this trend setting Hyper Naked, while also enhancing its performance potential and thrill factor. With its aggressive new styling and enhanced technology, the new MT-09 continues to push the boundaries and inspire and excite every thrill seeking rider.

With its leading multi role potential, the MT-09 is one of the most versatile naked bikes in its class, and Yamaha will make a number of new and existing Genuine Accessories available for the 2017 MT-09.


New SCR950. Born to find new ways
For 2017 Yamaha are set to expand their highly successful Sport Heritage segment with the arrival of new SCR950, a stylish and purposeful looking V-twin that captures the timeless spirit of the iconic street scrambler.

Back in the 1960s the street scrambler was the bike of choice for those riders who wanted a simple, stylish and rugged motorcycle that could rip it up around the city as well as handle weekend blasts into the countryside. These bikes epitomised the free and easy spirit of that influential decade, and their soul lives on in the new SCR950.

Powered by a pulsating, high-torque, air-cooled, V-twin engine that’s fitted into a tubular steel chassis, this handsome new Yamaha street scrambler is aimed at today’s generation of bikers who want a real motorcycle that is built for enjoyment.


New Colours for 2017