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2011 Yamaha TT-R125LE


An award-winning playbike that's perfect for discovering the fun and freedom of off-road riding.

Packing push button electric start, four-stroke power, aluminum swingarm, adjustable suspension and 220mm front disc brake, with 19-front and 16-inch rear wheel combination: it'll be hard to keep kids and adults alike away from this off-roader.

An award-winning playbike that's perfect for discovering the fun and freedom of off-road riding.

Good clean, dirty fun.

The 2011 Yamaha TT-R125LE has a push button electric starter, four-stroke powered engine, aluminum swingarm, adjustable suspension, and 220mm front disc brake, with 19-front and 16-inch rear wheel combination. Kids and adults will love to ride.

“Our beginner-friendly TT-R125LE is ready to help you maximize the fun, no matter your skill level.

Featuring an air-cooled four-stroke powerplant pumping out broad, torquey power tuned for maximum, novice-friendly off-road performance, ideal for a wide range of trail conditions. Power is pushed through a five-speed gearbox to the 19/16-inch wheel combination, atop an adjustable suspension, 220mm front disc brake and wrapped in big YZ styling. What better way to spend your free time than playing in the dirt?

IMPORTANT NOTE: Adult supervision and proper protective riding gear, including a helmet, are a must when a minor is operating a TT-R125LE.

Highlights

•  125cc Air-Cooled 4-Stroke

•  Convenient Electric Starting

•  Smooth-Shifting 5-Speed Transmission

Key Features:

•  Big fun for the whole family in a small package, the YZ-styled, four-stroke-powered TT-R125LE begs to be ridden by everyone from bigger kids to adults.
•  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.
•  The TT-R125LE model features pushbutton electric start, 19- and 16-inch wheels for great handling, an aluminum swingarm, adjustable suspension calibrated for aggressive and/or bigger riders, and a 220mm front disc brake.

Engine:
•  Potent 124cc air-cooled SOHC four-stroke powerplant puts out torquey, broadband power tuned for maximum off-road performance in a wide range of trail conditions.
•  20mm Mikuni® carburetor ensures crisp, dependable throttle response.
•  Smooth-shifting, five-speed transmission with heavy-duty clutch is geared for maximum versatility and usable power delivery.
•  CDI ignition system is ultra-reliable and never needs maintenance.
•  Automatic cam chain tensioner means minimal maintenance and longer engine life.

•  Easy-access, tool-free air filter adds extra convenience during maintenance.
•  Lightweight exhaust system features quiet, USFS-approved spark arrestor.

Chassis/Suspension:
•  Rigid frame design features a long wheelbase to accommodate bigger riders while maintaining quick, agile off-road handling.
•  31mm telescopic front fork with 7.1 inches of travel has preload adjustability for plush, confidence-inspiring control over rough terrain.
•  TT-R125LE features preload adjustability for even more aggressive off-road performance and handling.
•  Big 19-inch front and 16-inch rear wheels on the 125LE mean great handling and terrainability combined with sharp, predictable steering.
•  Single rear shock with 6.6 inches of travel and compression and rebound damping adjustability provide predictable handling for the aggressive rider.
•  TT-R125LE features a lightweight aluminum box-section swingarm with snail-type chain adjusters for reduced unsprung weight and optimum suspension performance.
•  Front disc and rear drum brakes deliver strong, dependable stopping power.
•  Knobby tires offer superb grip and exceptional wear.

Additional Features:
•  Long, YZ-style seat is low, comfortable and allows easy rider movement.
•  Gripper-style seat aids seat-of-the-pants feel.
•  Team Yamaha-inspired colors, graphics and front and side number plates create styling similar to larger YZ lineup.
•  Sleek, narrow fuel tank helps create a big-bike look and feel.
•  Large, folding, cleated footpegs provide excellent footing, even in wet or muddy conditions.
•  Durable fork boots ensure excellent fork seal and stanchion tube protection.

Specifications
MSRP* $3,150 (Team Yamaha Blue/White) Available from August 2010

Engine
Type 124cc air-cooled SOHC 4-stroke; 2 valves

Bore x Stroke 54.0mm x 54.0mm

Compression Ratio 10.0:1

Fuel Delivery Mikuni® VM20

Ignition CDI

Transmission Constant-mesh 5-speed; multiplate wet clutch

Final Drive Chain

Chassis
Suspension/Front Telescopic fork; 7.1-in travel

Suspension/Rear Single shock; 6.6-in travel

Brakes/Front 220mm single disc

Brakes/Rear 110mm drum

Tires/Front 70/100-19 42M

Tires/Rear 90/100-16 52M

Dimensions
Length 74.2 in

Width 31.3 in

Height 42.7 in

Seat Height 31.7 in

Wheelbase 50.0 in

Ground Clearance 11.6 in

Fuel Capacity 1.6 gal

Wet Weight*** 198 lb

Other
Warranty 90 Day (Limited Factory Warranty)

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