Here at Man of Many, we’ve reviewed some crazy looking bikes. We’ve done some ones for the future and some that are customised looking like they are straight out from Xzibit’s Pimp My Ride. But we’ve decided to review a more traditional two-wheeled machine this time around. Introducing the new Yamaha YZF-R6, which they describe as, refined, redesigned and remarkable. The new sleek fairings increase aerodynamic efficiency whilst ensuring that there is good airflow to cool the engine with minimal drag.
There’s an all-LED lighting that creates a badass look from the front and there’s also a new aluminum fuel tank. Thanks to the ride-by-wire Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle, the YZF-R6 integrates a range of electronic rider aids to give the rider more control, which includes a selectable D-Mode engine response, a multi-mode traction control system and an accessory quick shifter. So there’s a taste of a few features of this new model. Check out a more detailed description in the link below.