The 2015 Yamaha R1 and R1M are a different breed of motorcycle, designed for a new rider – a job it does exceptionally well. … Part of that is due to them being someone else’s bikes and my feeling a little less bad about potentially binning a R1 over the R1M, but part of it is because the R1 really is that good. But the 2017 will be amazing!
Yamaha updates the colors of all those bikes that do not receive restyling and will not undergo major changes for next year. Among these there is also the queen of sports Iwata, the R1, that with these new liveries aims to maintain a leading role in the road superbike market.new colors for superbike
No changes of substance for YZF-R1 standard, which keeps unchanged the characteristics of power and torque, as well as the electronics by reference thanks to the inertial platform. What really changes in the model year 2017 is the combination of colors, with the latest Yamaha Blue Racing typical, more present than in the past on the fairing and on the hulls, leaving the gray second only plan in the tail. At this livery will join a total black really dark and aggressive.
Changes color also R1M, which keeps the gray-blue combination but combines it in a different way, with new graphics and logos. Initially, the “M” was a limited edition intended for a single production cycle, but the great success and the very high demand has led the House of the three tuning forks in 2017 also confirm for this special model derived from racing with Ohlins suspension and Technology derived from MotoGP
Recommences production R1M
Future pilots R1M will be asked to book their bike online only and only in the Blue Carbon Silver color from Tuesday, October 11, with deliveries scheduled through March 2017. For buyers, in addition, you will participate in the Yamaha Racing Experience, a two-day event organized in some of the most famous European circuits where the new owners will be able to take part in special workshops and turn on the track alongside the official Yamaha riders.