For anyone who has ridden their bike on a dirt road, the new Yamaha XT-PX4 is a marvel.
The bike’s size, ride height and comfort, and its ability to travel at a decent pace with minimal gear changes are all impressive.
But the XT-PsX4 isn’t just a fantastic bike.
It’s also a great tool.
It can be used to ride all day on a sunny, low-impact road without feeling like a broken record, and it’s good for a good bit of long-distance work as well.
The XT-Pro is a different beast altogether.
It has a more sophisticated engine, and is capable of more speed and effortless handling, but it’s also heavier, less fun to ride, and more likely to make you want to quit your job and get a new one.
The Yamaha XT Pro is the bike for those who want to ride for long-term, serious endurance, but don’t want to spend a ton of money on a new gear set or a super-sporty machine.
But it’s a different bike for everyone, and a good one to consider if you’re looking for a bike for serious, endurance-minded, mountain biking.
Here are some of the things you need to know about the XT Pro and what you can expect from the new bike: What is the Yamaha XT?
Yamaha’s XT-Series is a sub-category of the XT range, with the XT4 and XT-6 models being the flagship models.
Both are more expensive than the XT3 and XT6, but they’re much more versatile, with a wider range of suspension options and even more options for gear changes.
For an extra $10, you can get the XT2.5 for a much higher price, but the XT series also includes the XT1, XT1R, and XT2, all of which offer a slightly lower price tag.
The other new model is the XT9, which is the same price as the XT10 and XT11 models, but with some more power and higher capacity, as well as a much wider range and more comfortable handling.
The price and the specs are different for each bike, but both models feature the same basic specs.
What does the XT mean?
XT stands for “extreme”, and the XT line is more than just an extreme bike.
The new XT is not a low-priced super-stock bike; it’s more like a very capable, high-performance, super-sportsbike.
The bikes’ engine is very powerful, but its efficiency is low, and the frame is heavy.
The Xtrac forks are also very stiff and durable, but because of the suspension, you might want to buy the XT for comfort and more power.
Yamaha has also created a new XTR-9, a new frame and fork that is just as fast and stiff, but is just slightly heavier and a bit heavier on the bottom bracket.
That gives the bike an extra 3 lbs of travel, which can help with traction and handling.
When I’m riding on a downhill, it feels much smoother, and I can still feel the tire when I drop from a height.
And since the bike has the same wheels as the Xtracer, the XTR9 will still be a super stable bike even if I’m using the standard rear shock.
But if you ride a little harder, you’ll probably feel more traction and a little more control, too.
What about a bigger engine?
This is a big deal.
Yamaha hasn’t exactly gone with a super powerful engine for the XT lineup.
The first XT-X was an all-out-bore engine, with 2,400cc four-cylinder inline four that was about as powerful as an 800-hp supercar.
The engine has been rebuilt and is now much more powerful than the previous model, and Yamaha has gone back to the original 6-speed transmission for its XT-1, which offers a more aggressive twist ratio, but has a similar ride quality and feel.
The next XT-2 was also a powerful engine, but this one has been completely rebuilt, and has a much smoother feel and a bigger torque curve than the old XT-3.
The second XT-4 was a more power-friendly engine with a slightly smaller bore, and now the XT5 and XT5R are even more powerful, both of which have similar suspension settings and ride characteristics.
Yamaha claims that the XT7 engine is the world’s fastest in a bike with just under 10,000cc of displacement, and that it can go from zero to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds, which beats the current fastest bike, the Yamaha XTR7.
In short, this engine is a huge leap over the XT models before it, and while it might not be as fast as the Yamaha Superbike, it’s definitely the fastest bike Yamaha has ever made.
How does it handle?
This new engine is rated at nearly 10