Yamaha MT-10 Tourer Edition

Mar 6, 2017

Category: Rides

Yamaha’s FZ-10 is a pretty badass street fighter motorcycle. In fact, you could probably get away with calling it a superbike. It’s light, incredibly fast, and offers up enough torque to send your stomach into your feet. That being said, it’s not exactly built for long trips. Or at least not here in the U.S. That’s because, across the pond, where this bike is known as the MT-10, Yamaha has released a Tourer Edition.

This version of the bike is powered by a 4-stroke liquid-cooled 118 horsepower engine that produces over 81 foot-pounds of torque. Which means it is still and incredibly fun and powerful ride. But it also has a few additions to make it more suited to long-haul rides. That includes lightweight side cases, a GPS support, a higher windscreen, a comfort seat, and knuckle guards. And, if you want to sit back and enjoy the ride, it’s got cruise control. This badass naked touring bike starts at around $14,000 USD. [H/T: Bless This Stuff]

Purchase: $14,000

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