2010 Yamaha YZF-R1 Street Smackdown Photo Gallery
Motorcycle USA Superbike Smackdown VII Street class of 2010.
Motorcycle USA puts all the 2010 Superbikes to the test in our Superbike Smackdown sportbike comparison. Read about it in the
2010 Yamaha YZF-R1 Comparison Street
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII horsepower graph
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII torque graph
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII curb weight comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII quarter mile acceleration comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII zero-to-60 mph acceleration comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII braking distance comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII sound comparison
2010 Superbike Smackdown VII average fuel mileage and range comparison
2010 Yamaha YZF-R1
2010 Yamaha YZF-R1 changes: Bold New Graphics.
Yamaha's R1 has long featured under-seat exhaust.
Even with 6-piston front calipers, the Yamaha has never been rated well in terms of brake performance.
Yamaha's R1 dash covers all the bases and adds to the mix a massive adjustable shift-light.
The 2010 Yamaha YZF-R1 is the best looking Japanese bike.
The R1 definitely feels heavy during turn-in.
The R1’s engine is playful making it more fun to ride.
The R1 is the heaviest bike in this comparison and in certainly feels that way during cornering.
The R1’s suspension absorbs bumps well delivering a plush ride on the street.
Adjustable foot controls on the 2010 Yamaha R1 allow for greater rider customization.
The 2010 Yamaha YZF-R1 sounds just like Valentino Rossi’s No. 46 M1 MotoGP bike!
2010 Yamaha YZF-R1: Superbike Smackdown VII.
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