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2010 Yamaha WR250R Comparison Photo Gallery
Exploring the Sierra Nevadas aboard the 2010 Kawasaki KLX250S and Yamaha WR250R.
Look at photos of the 2010 Yamaha WR250R street legal dual sport motorcycle in action then read the comparison test in the
2010 Yamaha WR250R Comparison
The WR250R’s stiffer suspension was appreciated on the street and dirt.
The Yamaha’s dual-sport tires worked well on and off-road.
Even though it was the heaviest bike the WR250R was agile out on all but the most narrow trails.
With its well sorted chassis, power sliding the WR250R couldn’t be easier.
2010 Dual Sport Shootout horsepower graph courtesy of Mickey Cohen Motorsports.
2010 Dual Sport Shootout torque graph courtesy of Mickey Cohen Motorsports.
The WR250R fits tall riders well.
250 Dual Sport Shootout
250 Dual Sport bikes are excellent companions at places like Mammoth Mountain.
At Mono Lake aboard the Kawasaki KLX250S, Honda CRF230L, and Yamaha WR250R.
2010 250 Dual Sport Shootout.
The only thing the dash is missing is an digital tachometer as used on the KLX250S.
The 2010 Yamaha WR250R carries a hefty price tag.
The 2010 Yamaha WR250R is powered by a 249cc liquid-cooled Single with fuel-injection.
The Yamaha belts out a slightly louder exhaust note compared to the rest of the bikes.
The 2010 Yamaha WR250R resembles its YZ-F motocross brethren.
The 2010 Yamaha WR250R excels off-road.
The WR250R feels like it has the most dirt bike in its DNA.
The only thing that could be improved upon in the styling department is the shape of the headlight.
The WR250R serves up excellent performance out on the road.
Frankie G. tearing up the dirt on the WR250R.
If you want the best 250 dual sport of ’10 the Yamaha is it.
The WR250R was unanimously voted as the best dual sport of 2010 by our testers.
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