Yamaha superbike celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, and a Japanese manufacturer celebrates with a limited edition (20 units) preparing to build the YZF-R1 GYTR.
The original Yamaha Technology Racing special edition features flavourless new carbon fiber hinges clad in classic R1 colors and adds some trick components
to climb things up the notch.
First of all, there is the front of the Öhlins FGRT 219 fork and the TTX36 GP shock to control the rear end. Brembo is Brembo, and tires are Bridgestone pads.
Yamaha has included a new ECU, CCU (Computer Control Unit) and a fast-swivel butterfly valve to help maximize performance. Power cord has been
trim and there is a fully adjustable steering valve. Maximum noise is provided by the full titanium Akrapovič exhaust system.
Not enough? Yamaha will offer to buy several options for installing some outfit racing extras.
The dynamo engine intruder and custom chassis will prepare the bike for the buyer, and the 2019 Yamaha Racing experience is part of the entire package.
This is primarily the Yamaha exclusive California Superbike School Edition. Therefore, the company instructs you how to best use your new machine
on the road.
The full spec will be revealed in December with the price, but given the fact that it looks like the Yamaha shot at the BMW HP4 Race, it expects a lot of energy and plenty