2021 Yamaha Ténéré 700

Nov 7, 2018

Category: Rides

If you’re addicted to creating your own path on an adventure-hungry devilish dirt bike, it’s quite a time to be alive. Motorcycles built for escapades beyond the paved road are booming right now, and the 2021 Yamaha Ténéré 700 looks like the baddest bike on the block.

Inspired by Yamaha’s rally race bikes, the design of the two-wheel machine is made for long distance rides, tight trails, and precise maneuverability. The bike has a 4.2-gallon capacity, providing you with 217 miles of uninterrupted riding. At the heart of the lightweight Ténéré 700 is a high-torque 689cc four-stroke CP2 parallel twin-cylinder engine that can run at 6,500 rpm. The bike is centered for excellent visibility so you can eyeball gear position, fuel level, and estimated fuel range as you zip along. Unfortunately, this adventure bike won’t be available until the second part of 2020, so you’ll have to let this motorcycle marinate in your dreams until it’s available.

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