2011 Yamaha TT-R110E

    The TT-R110E with it’s low 26.4″ seat height, electric starting, four-speed auto clutch and 12″ front and 10″ rear wheel sizes is the perfect machine for junior to hone his skills on. The 2011 TT-R110E will be in dealerships in July and has an MSRP of $2150.

    Convenient electric starter for effortless starting.

    Four-stroke-powered TT-R110 has a 51.0mm x 54.0mm bore and stroke.

    A seat height of only 26.4 inches makes this one accessible to most riders, but 7.1 inches of ground clearance and great suspension at both ends means
it can go places.

    Four-speed auto-clutch transmission has an easily accessible gear for nearly any terrain.

2011 Yamaha TT-R125LE

    The TT-R125LE is the perfect bike for some serious fun. Built for endless adventures, this bike is our go to machine with its’ powerful 125cc four-stroke engine, front disc brake and clean ergos. The 2011 TT-R125LE will be in dealerships in August and has an MSRP of $3150.

   Mikuni VM20 carb.

   Constant-mesh 5-speed is geared for maximum versatility and usable power delivery.

   A seat height of less than 32 inches makes this bike accessible to most riders, but more than 11 inches of ground clearance and long-travel suspension at both ends make it a serious trail bike as well.

   Front brake: 220mm single disc.

   Rear brake: 110mm drum.

   The TT-R125LE model features push-button electric start, 19- and 16-inch wheels for great handling, an aluminum swingarm, adjustable suspension calibrated for aggressive and/or bigger riders.

2011 Yamaha TT-R230

    The big daddy of the TT-R line, the TT-R230 is a capable trail machine with a great combination of low seat height, ample suspension and plenty of ground clearance. The 2011 TT-R230 will be in dealerships in September and has an MSRP of $3790.

   Combines accessibility to new or smaller riders with superb maneuverability and super-responsive handling. A low seat height on top of a long-travel suspension
and 11.6 inches of ground clearance make this a perfect for a wide range of riders.

   Engine: 223cc air-cooled 4-stroke, SOHC, two-valve head.

   Bore and stroke: 70.0 x 58.0mm puts out smooth, widespread power perfectly suited for all kinds of trails and riders.
   Air-cooled, SOHC, four-stroke produces a predictable, broadband power, which makes the TT-R230 a great choice for beginner and intermediate riders.

    Regarding the TT-R50E, Yamaha is still making every effort to address the current CPSIA issue and hope that this model will return in the near future to the Yamaha line-up.