Saturday, October 24, 2009

2010 Yamaha YZ450F test @ Eastern Dirt

While we're still working on a 2010 Yamaha YZF lowering link, we'll drool over the bike via Eastern Dirt Magazine (which has done a review of the YZF YamaLink):

Article is HERE

Yamaha lowered WR250 video of the day

We really, really like this blog. It's the next best thing to actually riding your Yamaha WR250R. Disclaimer: we get dizzy "riding" over the rocks in the beginning, then again, we get car sick reading a map while in motion.

Scotty's Travelblogue

Yamaha WR lowering question of the day

From Todd out of Los Gatos.... "i've got a question for ya.
On the wr250x after getting rid of the gap between the shock block and adjuster clicker on the bottom of the rear shock and installing your yami-link what is the maxiumum i can push the front forks up into the clamps? All the way till it touches the bottom of the bars?"

Our answer, that is also included in the written installation instructions, is 18 millimeters. Eighteen mm is for super tight turning; the average amount WR250X and WR250R riders slide the forks up is 10mm.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Yamaha WR site, Big Dog Adventures

The Yamaha WR250R site of the weekend is from Big Dog Adventures:

Click HERE